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The top tier of the men's English football league structure is known as The Premier League (official name: The Football Association Premier League Limited). It uses the English Football League's promotion and relegation system and is contested by 20 clubs (EFL). Typically, seasons last from August to May, and each team plays 38 games (playing all 19 other teams both home and away). The majority of games take place on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, with a few weeknight games here and there.

Following the decision of teams in the Football League First Division to split from the Football League, founded in 1888, and take advantage of a lucrative broadcast rights deal to Sky, the tournament was established as the FA Premier League on February 20, 1992.

The league's total television rights negotiations from 2019 to 2020 were worth about £3.1 billion annually, with Sky and BT Group acquiring the domestic broadcast rights to 128 and 32 games, respectively.

The Premier League is a corporation, with Richard Masters as chief executive and the participating clubs serving as shareholders.

In 2016–17, clubs received £2.4 billion in central payment earnings, plus an additional £343 million in solidarity payments to English Football League (EFL) clubs.

With a potential TV audience of 4.7 billion people and broadcast in 212 territories, the Premier League is the most watched sports league in the world.

The average Premier League match attendance for the 2018–19 season was 38,181, placing it second behind the German Bundesliga's 43,500, while the league's overall average attendance, at 14,508,981, was the highest of any association football league.

Nearly all stadiums are nearly full. As of 2021, the Premier League holds the top spot in the league rankings determined by the UEFA coefficients based on results in European competitions over the previous five seasons. Five English clubs have collectively won fourteen European trophies, making the English top division the second-highest producer of UEFA Champions League/European Cup victories.

Since the Premier League's debut in 1992, fifty clubs—48 English and 2 Welsh—have competed. Manchester United (13), Manchester City (6), Chelsea (5), Arsenal (3), Blackburn Rovers (1), Leicester City (1), and Liverpool are the seven teams that have won the title (1).