English Premier League cheap tickets gain fans entrance into some of the best football/soccer in the world. English Premier League or EPL teams include the world-renowned Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton and more. When purchasing your tickets for English Premier League games, look here first. Our cheap tickets to English Premier League games include seats for stadiums including Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge and Emirates Stadium.
The EPL is steeped in rich history. Its inaugural season was 1992-1993 and featured 22 competitive teams. If you were lucky to be there with tickets for English Premier League that first year, you may have seen Brian Deane (Sheffield United) score the league's very first goal. During the second season for the league, Newcastle United’s Andy Cole scored a record-breaking 34 goals. In the 2007/2008 season, Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo scored an impressive 31 goals in just 31 game EPL starts. English Premier League cheap tickets were sought after and a must-have for die-hard football/soccer fans.
The EPL has been the starting grounds for several internationally known players. Fans that had tickets for English Premier League games in 1996 may have had the chance to see a young David Beckham playing for Manchester United. It was opening day for Man. U. when the young Beckham scored from the half-way line! Beckham won the Professional Footballers’ Association Young Player of the Year award.
In 2012, the EPL’s Manchester United was named “Most Popular Team in the World” with more than 659 million fans worldwide. While tickets to English Premier League games played by Manchester United may be difficult to secure for home games, you can snag great cheap tickets when the team visits the United States for friendly matches against various MLS teams. In 2010, and 2011, Manchester United visited the U.S. playing MLS teams such as the Kansas City Wizards (now Sporting KC) and the Chicago Fire.
Tickets to English Premier League games allow fans to enjoy “the beautiful game” at stadiums teeming with historical significance. Old Trafford was built in 1909 and currently seats 75,000+. It is the second largest football stadium in England after Wembley Stadium. Fans of the EPL and Manchester United can visit Old Trafford and tour the grounds and its unique museum.
Whether you’re a supporter of the Red Devils, the Blues, the Gunners or the Stoke City Potters, we have your English Premier League Cheap tickets. Get your English Premier League tickets to see all your favorite teams!
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