Prize Pool, Players To Watch Out For In, Stadiums & Other Details About Premier League 2023-24. There is some great news for football fans around the world as the new season of the English Premier League is all here. It promises to be an exciting season as the treble winners Manchester City would look to continue their dominating run. However, they are sure to face stiff challenges from their city rivals Manchester United, last season’s runner-up Arsenal, and rejuvenated Liverpool and Chelsea.
The three promoted teams this season are Luton Town, Sheffield United and Burnley. Luton Town is making a comeback to top-flight English football after a gap of 31 years. Mauricio Pochettino is also back in the Premier League. He will take over the reins of Chelsea.
Prize Pool for Premier League 2023-24 Season
The total prize pot this season stands at a whopping £2.5 billion. Every team would receive £ 120 million for merely playing all their fixtures. The champions will garner £170 million. Every spot at the table guarantees an additional £2.2 over the spot ranked below it. This prize money includes rewards paid by the Premier League for finishing at a particular position, broadcast sponsorship payments, TV rights, and other payments.
Premier League 2023-24 Roadmap
Every team will play with each other on a home and away basis. As there are 20 teams, each team will play a total of 38 matches. The team that finishes with the highest point will become champions. If it is a tie between two teams based on points, goal difference (goal scored – goal conceded) will come into play.
Players to Watch Out For
Some of the major players to watch out for are:
- Erling Haaland (Manchester City)
- Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United)
- Decland Rice (Liverpool)
- Son Heung- Min (Tottenham)
- Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal)
- Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)
- James Maddison (Tottenham)
- Jarrod Bowen (West Ham United)
- Phil Foden (Manchester City)
- James Ward-Prowse (West Ham United)
Stadiums of Every Club For Premier League 2023-24 Season
|Aston Villa||Villa Park|
|Brentford||Brentford Community Stadium|
|Brighton and Hove Albion||Falmer Stadium|
|Crystal Palace||Selhurst Park|
|Luton Town||Kenilworth Road|
|Manchester City||City of Manchester Stadium|
|Manchester United||Old Trafford|
|Newcastle United||St James Park|
|Nottingham Forest||City Ground|
|Sheffield United||Bramall Lane|
|Tottenham Hotspur||Tottenham Hotspur Stadium|
|West Ham United||London Stadium|