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Top 10 list of the Premier League Clubs who have conceded the most goals in PL History

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The topic of Premier League club goals scored is fascinating. It can be interpreted as both a compliment and a humiliation; a compliment since it indicates that a team has been in the league for a long time, and an embarrassment because it indicates a team’s history of relegations.

Take a look at the top 10 Premier League teams in terms of goals conceded since the tournament began in 1992. Surprisingly, just four of the teams on the list have been relegated from the Premier League, while four have won the title.

It appears that scoring goals regularly are the simplest method to ensure Premier League success. It might be the difference between winning the league and placing second for a team fighting relegation, and it could be what maintains a team in the top flight for a team fighting relegation.

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The following are the top ten teams in Premier League history in terms of goals conceded:

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10. Manchester City – 1,042 goals

Season 00/01 has the most goals surrendered in a Premier League season with 65. Man City may have been higher on the list if it hadn’t been for how well they’ve played over the last ten years, winning five Premier League titles, but their defense has tightened up in recent years, especially when compared to the early years of the league.

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City’s highest goal total in a Premier League season was 65 in 00/01 when they finished 18th and were relegated to the Championship; this is a far cry from now when they are defending champions.

9. Arsenal – 1,100 goals

The most goals conceded in a Premier League season are 51, which occurred in the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons. Arsenal’s position on the list appears to be due in part to their participation in the Premier League from its establishment.

When you add in the fact that Arsenal has conceded more goals in recent seasons as they have dropped out of the Premier League’s top four, it’s clear that the Gunners’ defense isn’t as strong as it once was.

8. Chelsea – 1,092 goals

The most goals conceded in a Premier League season were 55 in the 1994/95 and 1996/97 seasons. Chelsea has had times of domination in the Premier League, as has Manchester City, as well as seasons in which they have conceded a lot of goals.

Chelsea, on the other hand, has never been relegated since the Premier League’s inception, which explains why they have conceded more goals.

7. Southampton – 1,215 goals

Season 20/21 has the most goals surrendered in a Premier League season with 68. When you consider that Southampton was out of the Premier League for five years, they have conceded a lot of goals.

The Saints have conceded 60 goals or more in four of their nine seasons since returning to the Premier League, which is the main reason for their inclusion on the list. Southampton’s record for most goals conceded in a Premier League season is 68, which they set last season. The Saints finished 15th in the league.

6. Liverpool – 1,121 goals

Season 20/21 has the most goals surrendered in a Premier League season with 68. When you consider that Southampton was out of the Premier League for five years, they have conceded a lot of goals.

The Saints have conceded 60 goals or more in four of their nine seasons since returning to the Premier League, which is the main reason for their inclusion on the list. Southampton’s record for most goals conceded in a Premier League season is 68, which they set last season. The Saints finished 15th in the league.

5. Aston Villa – 1,299 goals

The most goals conceded in a Premier League season is 76, which occurred in the 2015/16 season. Villa, like Southampton, has been out of the Premier League for a while yet still ranks among the teams with the most goals conceded.

That could be because, like the Saints, they’ve given up more than 60 goals in four seasons. One difference is that Villa also conceded 70 or more goals in a Premier League season, which is the most total of any team on this list thus far.

4. West Ham United – 1,175 goals

Season 10/11 has the most goals surrendered in a Premier League season with 70. Even though they have been out of the Premier League since their re-entry, West Ham is among the clubs on this list.

The Hammers have flirted with relegation in a few of the seasons they haven’t been relegated, so it’s not unexpected that they’ve conceded so many goals. Things appear to be looking up at the moment, with manager David Moyes aiming to improve on the team’s sixth-place performance last season.

3. Newcastle United – 1,355 goals

The most goals conceded in a Premier League season is 68, which occurred in the 2012/13 season. Newcastle has only been out of the Premier League three times since its inception in 1993, which is one of the reasons they made this list. The Toon have a history of attacking flair, particularly in the early 1990s, but they have also conceded a lot of goals during their time in the Premier League.

One of the main reasons Newcastle is on this list is that they have conceded 60 or more goals in the Premier League in five different seasons.

2. Tottenham Hotspur – 1,398 goals

The most goals conceded in a Premier League season – 66 in the 1992/93 season. It’s a little strange that a team that finished second in the Premier League – in season 16/17 – has also conceded the second-highest number of goals since the competition began.

Spurs’ success will be due in part to the fact that they have never been relegated from the Premier League, as well as the fact that they have spent much of their time in the middle of the table. That has altered in the previous ten years, with Spurs consistently trying for a top-four finish.

1. Everton –  1,415 goals

The most goals conceded in a Premier League season is 63, which occurred in the 1993/94 season. Everton deserves special mention for conceding the most goals in the Premier League since the tournament began.

It’s worth noting that one of the reasons the blue half of Merseyside is in the first place is because they haven’t been relegated from the Premier League since the league began. Despite this, they have conceded a lot of goals, with 50 or more in each of the last 12 Premier League seasons.

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