Current Champion: Manchester City Of the 124 seasons who reigned a champion, Manchester United has won ~16% of the championships, followed by Liverpool with ~15%, Arsenal ~11% (rounding up), and Everton and Manchester City with ~7% (rounding down). Twenty-four clubs have won the top tier title, and currently thirteen of the twenty-four are in the first tier entering the season. Read more for more charts and stats.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Huddersfield Town holds the record. Manchester City is the most recent to accomplish this (2020-2023). Manchester United has done it multiple times and most recently from (1998–2001) & (2006–2009). Liverpool did it from 1981-84, Arsenal from 1931-34, and Huddersfield from 1923-26.
Consecutive League Titles: 3
Compared to La Liga, the Premier League will have a larger "tail" of champions as seen in the following graph.
As of June 3, 2023
Alan Shearer is the all time goal scorer with 260 goals.
Harry Kane and Wayne Rooney join Alan Shearer as the only 200+ goal scorer in Premier League history
Of the Top 20 goal scorers, it is Thierry Henry who has the highest goal/game ratio of 0.68.
The Top 10 goal scorers is conveniently benchmarked by Michael Owen 150 goals, meaning as of now to crack the Top 10 list you need 150+.