Written byAyush Gupta ·
It is the top tier of English football and was started since the 1992-93 season.
Since then, 27 seasons have passed and the tournament has seen a number of records being scripted.
On the same note, we take a look at the all-time EPL records.
Starting with the big record itself, the most successful team in the tournament.
And, the only name that would come to one's mind is The Red Devils, Manchester United.
While the club has won 20 titles in the top-tier, they have managed to win 13 Premier League titles to date.
They have also won the title on three consecutive occasions, twice.
Playing in front of a capacity crowd always enlightens the playing teams, especially the home team.
Notably, the match was played at the Wembley, since their new home ground, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, was under construction.
Playing consistently for a side in a tournament reflects the great commitment and loyalty for a player.
The record for most appearances in the EPL stands with former England international Gareth Barry.
Barry to date has played for four English clubs and has a record appearance of 653 matches until February 2018.
Among the current players, Liverpool's James Milner is next, with 517 appearances.
Scoring goals regularly is the most important element and the record for EPL's most goal-scorer lies with former England international Alan Shearer.
Having played in the Premier League for 14 seasons, Shearer has scored 260 goals in the tournament, playing for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United.
Among the current players, Manchester City's Sergio Agüero is next with 165 goals.
A great manager has a great role in taking a club to its pinnacle, and Sir Alex Ferguson is a no-brainer when it comes to the most successful EPL manager.
Having won 13 EPL titles with Manchester United, no other manager is even close to replicating his feat.
He has also won a record 27 Premier League Manager of the Month awards.
Most assists: Ryan Giggs (162)
Most clean sheets: Petr Čech (161)
Biggest win: 9-0 Manchester United (vs Ipswich Town, March 1995)
Most matches won: United (648)
Youngest goal-scorer: James Vaughan (16 years, 270 days)
Youngest player: Harvey Elliott (16 years and 30 days)
Oldest goal-scorer: Teddy Sheringham (40 years and 268 days)
Oldest player: John Burridge (43 years and 162 days)
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