MyFootballFacts answers your questions on Who Scored Most Goals in a Premier League Season from our Premier Goal Statistics and Record Table. From Season 1992-93 to 1994-95 there were 22 Clubs in the Premier League, each team played 42 games and in total there were 462 games. From Season 1995-96 there were 20 Clubs in the Premier League, each team plays 38 games and in total 380 games. Therefore, the “most goals statistics” is considered with the number of games played. Still, without a doubt Man City is the team with the most goals in a single season (2017-18) in both the 38-Game and 42-Game seasons. Mohamed Salah set the player goal record in a 38-Game Season with 32 goals, but the goal number and goals/game of Andrew Cole (1993-94) and Alan Shearer (1994-95) from the 42-Game Season is higher.
Premier League Goal Records
Most goals scored in any Premier League Season by one team is 106 by Manchester City in 2017-18, 2.79 Goals/Game.
Most goals scored in a Premier League 42-Game Season is 1,222 in 1992-93, 2.65 Goals/Game.
Most goals scored in a Premier League 38-Game Season is 1,072 in 2018-19, 2.82 Goals/Game.
Most goals scored in a Premier League 42-Game Season by one player is 34 by Andrew Cole in 1993-94 and Alan Shearer in 1994-95, 1.24 Goals/Game.
Most goals scored in a Premier League 38-Game Season by one player is 32 by Mohamed Salah in 2017-18, 1.19 Goals/Game.