'Wolves may have required 40 points to finish 17th in the final Premier League standings this season, but this campaign has been particularly tight with five teams still in the relegation mix ahead of the closing round of fixtures.'
When looking at the final Premier League tables of the last decade, in only two of the ten years has a team needed 39 points or more to survive, with West Ham going down with 42 points in 2003.'
'Meanwhile, in half of the last ten years a team has required no more than 35 points to survive, with 34 points even being enough on three occasions.'
Source: Ladbrokes.com http://news.ladbrokes.com/en-gb/football/premier-league/35-points-or-less-enough-for-premier-league-survival-next-season_063102.html
Derby recorded 11 points and was relegated in season 2007/8
Derby County are currently (07/)08 on course to finish with the lowest points total ever with 11, but before that it was sunderland in 05/06 with 15.
Derby County have scored the fewest amount of goals in the Premiership. This record was set in the 2007 - 2008 season, having scored only 20 goals in the season.
I don't know about the Premiership, but I know the Championship! West Bromwich Albion finished top with just 39 points!!
Man Utd clinched the title in 1997 with just 75 points, which was still seven better than second-placed Arsenal.
Derby County had the lowest Premiership total in the history of the league in the 2007-08 season. They had just 11 points and were relegated.
Chelsea totaled 95 points in the 2004/2005 seasons
Rangers 2 points (2009/10)
Manchester City 2012. 2 Points.
0 there not good enough to get points
Man United won 28 matches and 5 matches were resulted in draw.
As of December, 8th, 2009 Birmingham City F.C. are 9th with a total of 21 points
Roughly 20 points
Charlton with 20043 seats
Blackpool as of 2010/2011 - 12,000