There are 20 teams in the Premier League, so each team plays the other 19 teams twice, meaning they each play 38 matches. In total, there would be 380 league matches played. That is just in the league itself. The teams play in other competitions too, but depending on how far they get, they would end up playing different amounts of matches, so it is not possible to give a definitive number on those.
Chelsea for sure..
Simply n x (n-1) where n= number of teams in the league. So = 380 for Premier League where there are 20 teams.
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There are 20 teams in the Barclays Premier League, each one plays the other 19 teams in the league twice, so each team plays 38 matches per season. The total number of matches played each season by all the teams is 380, as every weekend there are 10 played, not 20 as each match consists of two teams.
Yes - 380 is the correct answer. Here is the formula: n x (n-1) or by multiplying out, n x n - n where 'n' is the number of teams. This formula applies to any league where each team plays every other team twice in a season. So for 20 teams in the English Premier League, the calculation is 20 x (20-1) = 20 x 19 = 380.
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The formula to work this out is n x (n-1) where nis the number of clubs.So n = 20 therefore...n x (n-1) = 20 x (20-1) = 20 x 19 = 360.360 games are played per season in the Premier League.