Barclays Premiership Football Tickets
The Premier League is known as the best football league in the world. The league is home to some of the best players in the world. We offer tickets for all the top teams including "The Big Four" Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool.
Due to the popularity of the game people from all over the world travel to see the Premiership, because of this getting tickets though the clubs can prove to be nearly impossible. This is where Computicket.co.uk comes into play. We source official match tickets and sell them along with a 200% guarantee so you can rest assured you will get to see your favorite players in the big game!
With Computicket.co.uk you have access to each and every game played in the premiership each season (That's 38 games per team). Simply follow any link on this page to the Premier League section to get the ticket for your game of choice.
We've seen some great action in the past, "the best game ever" between Liverpool and Newcastle, The Arsenal Unbeaten season, Manchester United's unrivaled success, and some great goals, The Beckham goal from his own half, the Di Canio scissor kick...... Get your ticket today and be part of the future.
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About the FA Premier League
The Premier League is an English professional league for football clubs. At the top of the English football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. It is contested by 20 clubs, operating a system of promotion and relegation with The Football League. The Premier League is a corporation in which the 20 member clubs act as shareholders. Seasons run from August to May, with teams playing 38 games each. It is sponsored by Barclays Bank, and is therefore officially known as the Barclays Premier League.
The competition formed as the FA Premier League on 20 February 1992 following the decision of clubs in the Football League First Division to break away from The Football League, which was originally founded in 1888, and take advantage of a lucrative television rights deal. The Premier League has since become the world's most watched sporting league. It is the world's most lucrative football league, with combined club revenues of just under £2 billion due to media revenues. It is also ranked first in the UEFA rankings of leagues based on performances in European competitions over the last five-years, ahead of the Spanish La Liga and Italian Serie A.
The Premier League is operated as a corporation and is owned by the 20 member clubs. Each club is a shareholder, with one vote each on issues such as rule changes and contracts. The clubs elect a chairman, chief executive, and board of directors to oversee the daily operations of the league. The Football Association is not directly involved in the day-to-day operations of the Premier League, but has veto power as a special shareholder during the election of the chairman and chief executive and when new rules are adopted by the league.
The Premier League sends representatives to UEFA's European Club Forum, the number of clubs and the clubs themselves chosen according to UEFA coefficients. The European Club Forum is responsible for electing three members to UEFA's Club Competitions Committee, which is involved in the operations of UEFA competitions such as the Champions League and UEFA Cup.
Premier League clubs have almost complete freedom to sign whatever number and category of players they wish. There is no team or individual salary cap, no squad size limit, no age restrictions other than those applied by general employment law, no restrictions on the overall number of foreign players, and few restrictions on individual foreign players — all players with EU nationality, including those able to claim an EU passport through a parent or grandparent, are eligible to play, and top players from outside the EU are able to obtain UK work permits. The only area where the Premiers League's player registration rules are more restrictive than those of some other football leagues, such as those of those of Belgium and Portugal, is that academy level non-EU players have little access to English football.