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The Premier League is a professional English league for football clubs. It is the top league in the structure of England's football leagues, and is the country's main football competition. The league plays 20 clubs, and is based on the up and down method of football league. The league is an association where the 20 member clubs operate as shareholders. The season lasts from August to May, with all teams playing 38 games. From 2001 to 2016, she was funded by Barclays Bank and was therefore officially named Barclays Premier League. The league was founded on February 20, 1992, "FA Premier League," following a decision by the first Football League clubs to exit the Football League, originally founded in 1888, and capitalize on the lucrative television broadcasting business. The Premier League has since become the most watched sports league in the world.  It is the most lucrative football league, with club revenues of around £ 1.4bn in the 2005/2006 season, with expectations of earning around £ 1.8bn in the 2007/2008 season following media sharing.  It is also ranked second (2019) UEFA leagues based on performances in European settings for the past five years, after the Spanish La Liga
Southampton Football Club is a professional football team from Southampton, England. The “Saints” play as of the 2018/2019 season in the Premier League. Between 1898 and 2001, the team played at Dell Stadium, but its small content forced the team to move to a larger stadium in 2001, St. Mary’s Stadium (32,551 seats). Traditional medias include a red-and-white striped shirt and black pants.
Southampton’s sworn opponent is Portsmouth, which is also in southern England. Although until the 1950s Southampton was in Portsmouth’s shadow, from 1960 onwards it was the Saints who stayed in the higher league almost every year. Southampton even defeated Portsmouth in every cup match between the two.
The group is well known in its youth department for growing prominent names such as Matthew La Tissier, Alan Shearer, Wayne Bridge, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott and Gareth Bale.