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Liverpool vs Queens Park Rangers
2nd May 2015 at Anfield
Manchester United vs West Bromwich Albion
2nd May 2015 at Old Trafford
Chelsea vs Crystal Palace
3rd May 2015 at Stamford Bridge
Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City
3rd May 2015 at White Hart Lane
Juventus vs Real Madrid
5th May 2015 at Juventus Arena
Barcelona vs Bayern Munich
6th May 2015 at Camp Nou
Chelsea Vs Liverpool
10th May 2015 at Stamford Bridge
Arsenal vs Swansea City
11th May 2015 at Emirates Stadium
Bayern Munich vs Barcelona
12th May 2015 at Allianz Arena
Real Madrid vs Juventus
13th May 2015 at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
16th May 2015 at Anfield
Manchester United vs Arsenal
17th May 2015 at Old Trafford
West Bromwich Albion vs Chelsea
18th May 2015 at The Hawthorns
Arsenal vs Sunderland
20th May 2015 at Emirates Stadium
Arsenal Vs West Bromich Albion
24th May 2015 at Emirates Stadium
Chelsea Vs Sunderland
24th May 2015 at Stamford Bridge
Stoke City Vs Liverpool
24th May 2015 at Britannia Stadium
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE FINAL 2015
27th May 2015 at National Stadium Warsaw
Falikirk Vs Inverness CT: SCOTTISH CUP FINAL
30th May 2015 at Hampden Park
Arsenal Vs Aston Villa - FA CUP FINAL 2015
30th May 2015 at Wembley Stadium
COPA DEL REY FINAL BARCELONA VS AT.BILBAO
30th May 2015 at Estadio Camp Nou
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL 2015
6th June 2015 at Olympiastadion
SCOTLAND VS GERMANY
7th September 2015 at Hampden Park
ENGLAND VS SWITZERLAND
8th September 2015 at Wembley Stadium
ENGLAND VS ESTONIA
9th October 2015 at Wembley Stadium

About Premiership Football

Premiership Football Tickets The English Premier League is one of the world's most exciting and entertaining sporting events.

Each year, 20 teams battle it out to see who will be crowned as the Champions of the Premier League.

World renowned football stars from all over the globe will vie for the title of English Premier League Champions. Names such as Rooney and Giggs from Manchester United, Drogba and Torres of Chelsea, will compete against Gerrard and Cole of Liverpool, and Crouch and Pavlyuchenko of Tottenham Hotspur, to take the honour of being crowned as the Champions of the English Premier League.

Expert managers and tacticians such as Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes, and Arsene Wenger will pit their wits against each other, to see which manager can prove they are the best in the English Premier League.

The English Premiere League was brought into existence in 1992, when the 20 teams which comprised the old First Division withdrew from the Football League, and branched out on their own, forming what has now became known as the Premier League.

The tournament has gone from strength to strength since then, with each year more and more big name players being drawn by the lure of fame and money to the English Premier League.

Historically, English top flight teams drew from the pool of talent available to them in the United Kingdom, with the vast majority of players being British. The rise of available finances has meant that clubs are now in a position to draw from a wider pool of talent than ever before, and clubs have made good use of their scouting networks to bring the biggest name players to the English Premier League.

Since its inception, names such as Eric Cantona, Thierry Henry, Patrick Viera, and Peter Schmeichel have all plied their trade in the English Premier League, and the current trend of importing top level football stars from abroad shows no sign of abating. Clubs such as Manchester City can now be considered as among the richest in the world, their muscles in the international transfer market being flexed as they are now able to go and spend tens of millions of pounds on big name players.

The future of the English Premier League looks bright. In recent years, clubs have been looking towards bringing through a new crop of Premiership talent. Players such as Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere at Arsenal are among more recent talents who have been nurtured through the English Premier League, and are being moulded into the stars of tomorrow.

All in all, the English Premier League plays host to some of the biggest clubs, managers, and players, in the world of football.


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