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Champions Manchester United
Top goalscorer 19: Nicolas Anelka (CHE)
Most assists 10: Frank Lampard (CHE)
10: Robin van Persie (ARS)
Most goals 77: Liverpool
Most clean sheets 24: Manchester United
Player of the Season Nemanja Vidic (MUN)
Manager of the Season Sir Alex Ferguson (MUN)

 

League table[edit]

Pos
 
Team
 
Pld
 
W
 
D
 
L
 
GF
 
GA
 
GD
 
Pts
 
Qualification or relegation
 
1 Manchester United (C) 38 28 6 4 68 24 +44 90 2009–10 UEFA Champions League Group stage 1
2 Liverpool 38 25 11 2 77 27 +50 86
3 Chelsea 38 25 8 5 68 24 +44 83
4 Arsenal 38 20 12 6 68 37 +31 72 2009–10 UEFA Champions League Play-off round
5 Everton 38 17 12 9 55 37 +18 63 2009–10 UEFA Europa League Play-off round 1
6 Aston Villa 38 17 11 10 54 48 +6 62
7 Fulham 38 14 11 13 39 34 +5 53 2009–10 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round1
8 Tottenham Hotspur 38 14 9 15 45 45 0 51
9 West Ham United 38 14 9 15 42 45 −3 51
10 Manchester City 38 15 5 18 58 50 +8 50
11 Wigan Athletic 38 12 9 17 34 45 −11 45
12 Stoke City 38 12 9 17 38 55 −17 45
13 Bolton Wanderers 38 11 8 19 41 53 −12 41
14 Portsmouth 38 10 11 17 38 57 −19 41
15 Blackburn Rovers 38 10 11 17 40 60 −20 41
16 Sunderland 38 9 9 20 34 54 −20 36
17 Hull City 38 8 11 19 39 64 −25 35
18 Newcastle United (R) 38 7 13 18 40 59 −19 34 Relegation to 2009–10 Football League Championship
19 Middlesbrough (R) 38 7 11 20 28 57 −29 32
20 West Bromwich Albion (R) 38 8 8 22 36 67 −31 32

 

Personnel and kits[edit]

(as of 24 May 2009)

Club Manager Captain Manufacturer Sponsor Notes
Arsenal FranceArsène Wenger Spain Cesc Fàbregas Nike Fly Emirates New home kit, red with a thick white stripe on both sides of the shirt, rather than the traditional all-white sleeves.[48] New away kit, yellow with navy.[49] Last season's away kit became the third kit.
Aston Villa Northern IrelandMartin O'Neill Denmark Martin Laursen Nike Acorns Acorns Children's Hospice replaced 32Red as kit sponsor, as Aston Villa forwent sponsorship payments.[50] New home kit, claret with blue. New away kit, blue with black. The previous season's away kit became the third kit only for 32Red was replaced by Acorns as the shirt sponsor.
Blackburn Rovers England Sam Allardyce New Zealand Ryan Nelsen Umbro Crown Paints AkzoNobel's Crown Paints replaced Bet 24 as kit sponsor.[51] New away kit, navy with blue and white stripes, and the previous season's away kit became the third kit.
Bolton Wanderers England Gary Megson England Kevin Davies Reebok Reebok New home kit, white with navy, reverted to the traditional navy short. New away kit, gold with slate.
Chelsea Netherlands Guus Hiddink England John Terry Adidas Samsung Samsung remained as the kit sponsor without the mobile division. New home kit, blue with white and yellow. New away kit, black with white. New third kit, yellow with blue. Goalkeeper home was bright orange with black and away GK was navy with blue/white.
Everton Scotland David Moyes England Phil Neville Umbro Chang New home kit, blue with white. New away kit, white with navy and silver. New third kit, fluorescent yellow with navy.[52]
Fulham England Roy Hodgson EnglandDanny Murphy Nike LG New home kit, white with black.[53] Away Shirt red and black halves. 3rd shirt all bright yellow with black trim.
Hull City England Phil Brown England Ian Ashbee Umbro Karoo (H) / Kingston Communications(A, 3rd) New home kit reverted to the traditional amber and black stripes.[54] New away kit, flint with amber. The previous season's away kit became the 3rd kit.
Liverpool SpainRafael Benítez EnglandSteven Gerrard Adidas Carlsberg New home kit, red with white. New away kit, grey with red. New third kit, green with white and black.
Manchester City England Mark Hughes Republic of IrelandRichard Dunne Le Coq Sportif Thomas Cook New home kit, light blue with white and navy. New away kit, black and red stripes.[55] New third kit, fluorescent orange with black and navy.[56]
Manchester United Scotland Sir Alex Ferguson England Gary Neville Nike AIG New away kit, white with blue and red.[57] New third kit, all blue, commemorated the 40th anniversary of the club's first European Cup title.[58]
Middlesbrough EnglandGareth Southgate AustriaEmmanuel Pogatetz Erreà Garmin New home kit reverted to the traditional red with a white chestband. New away kit, blue and black stripes.[59]
Newcastle United England Alan Shearer England Nicky Butt Adidas Northern Rock New away kit, purple with white. New third kit, silver with white.
Portsmouth England Paul Hart England David James Canterbury Oki New club crest.[60] New home kit, blue with gold, commemorated the club's 110th anniversary.
Stoke City England Tony Pulis England Andy Griffin Le Coq Sportif Britannia New home kit, red and white stripes.[61] New away kit, yellow with blue.[62]
Sunderland Scotland Ricky Sbragia England Dean Whitehead Umbro Boylesports New home kit, red and white stripes, reverted to the traditional red sock.[63] New away kit, black and blue stripes,[64] and the previous season's away kit became the third kit.
Tottenham Hotspur England Harry Redknapp EnglandLedley King Puma Mansion.com
Casino & Poker
New home kit, white with navy, reverted to the traditional navy short. New away kit, light blue with navy. New third kit, black with gold.
West Bromwich Albion England Tony Mowbray EnglandJonathan Greening Umbro None New home kit, navy and white stripes. New away kit, bright yellow with navy shorts.
West Ham United ItalyGianfranco Zola EnglandMatthew Upson Umbro XL Holidays / SBOBET XL Holidays began the season as kit sponsor, but collapsed.[65] From the point of XL's collapse the team strip featured a white patch over the sponsor logo that displayed the player's number in black. SBOBET became kit sponsor on 3 December 2008.[66] New home kit, claret with blue.[67] New away kit, light blue with claret and white, and the previous season's away kit became the third kit.[68]
Wigan Athletic England Steve Bruce Netherlands Mario Melchiot Champion JJB Sports New club crest.[69][70][71]

Also, Nike provided new match balls, white with red and yellow (autumn/spring) and yellow with purple and black (winter), based on their T90 Laser II Omni model.

 

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