Premier League Quiz 2020
Updated 13th January April 2021
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Premier League Questions
1. Which five players scored Premier League hat-tricks for West Ham United?
2. Which five Clubs have West Ham United won the most Premier League points from?
3. Which six players have scored 40 or more Premier League Goals for Aston Villa?
4. Which three Goalkeepers wore Leeds United’s Number One Shirt in the Premier League?
5. Which three Managers have been in charge of both Chelsea FC & Tottenham Hotspur?
6. Who were the last five Englishmen to be Premier League Top Goalscorers for the season?
7. Which six Goalkeepers have worn Chelsea’s Number One Shirt in the Premier League Era?
8. Which five Spaniards scored 50 or more Premier League Goals?
9. Which six German Players won Premier League Winners Medals?
10. Which six players have worn Manchester United’s Number Five Shirt in the Premier League Era?
11. Which four Danes scored 20 or more Premier League Goals?
12. Which six players have scored 30 or more Premier League Goals with Everton FC?
13. Which six players have made over 100 Premier League Appearances for Burnley FC?
14. Which four Goalkeepers have worn Norwich City’s Number One Shirt in the Premier League?
15. Which Five Players scored the most Premier League Goals for Middlesbrough?
16. Which Five Clubs have Conceded the most All-Time Premier League Hat-Tricks?
17. Who were the six Premier League Player of the Month Winners from Australia, Austria, Bosnia, Costa Rica, Croatia & Iceland?
18. Who were the three Premier League Manager of the Month Winners from Israel, Norway and Sweden?
19. Who were Charlton Athletic’s four Managers in the Premier League Era?
20. Which six players have scored 50 or more Premier League Goals for Manchester City?
21. What was the fewest number of Points needed to win a Premier League Title?
22. Which 20 of the 49 Premier League Clubs had stands designed by Architect Archibald Leitch?
Premier League Quiz Answers
1. Tony Cottee (v Manchester City), Paul Kitson (v Sheffield Wednesday & Charlton Athletic), Marlon Harewood (v Aston Villa), Kevin Nolan (v Reading) and Andy Carroll (v Arsenal).
2. Southampton (61 points from 36 games), Tottenham Hotspur (54 points from 47 games), , Newcastle United (49 points from 43 games, Sunderland (49 points from 30 games)) and Chelsea (48 points from 47 games).
3. Gabby Agbonlahor (74 goals), Dwight Yorke (60 goals), Dion Dublin (48 goals), Juan Pablo Angel (44 goals), Christian Benteke (42 goals) and Gareth Barry (41 goals).
4. John Lukic (1993-96), Nigel Martyn (1996-2003) and Paul Robinson (2003-04).
5. André Villas-Boas, Glenn Hoddle and Jose Mourinho.
6. Harry Kane (2016-17 29 Goals & 2015-16 25 Goals), Kevin Phillips (1999-2000 30 Goals), Michael Owen (1998-99 13 Goals & 1997-98 18 Goals), Dion Dublin (1997-98 18 Goals) and Chris Sutton (1997-98 18 Goals).
7. Dmitri Kharine (1993-97), Ed De Goey (1997-2003), Petr Čech (2004-15), Asmir Begović (2015-17), Wilfredo Caballero (2017-18) and Kepa Arrizabalaga (2018-20).
8. Fernando Torres (85 goals), David Silva (57 goals), Diego Costa (52 goals), Juan Mata (51 goals) and Cesc Fàbregas (50 goals).
9. Robert Huth (2004–05, 2005–06, 2015–16), İlkay Gündoğan (2017–18, 2018-19), Leroy Sané (2017–18, 2018-19), Jens Lehmann (2003-04), Michael Ballack (2009-10) and André Schürrle (2014-15).
10. Lee Sharpe (1993-96), Ronny Johnsen (1997-2002), Laurent Blanc (2002-03), Rio Ferdinand (2003-14), Marcos Rojo (2014-18) and Harry Maguire (2019-20).
11. Christian Eriksen (51 Goals), Nicklas Bendtner (32 Goals), Henrik Pedersen (22 Goals) and Claus Jensen (20 Goals).
12. Romelu Lukaku (68 Goals), Duncan Ferguson (60 Goals), Tim Cahill (56 Goals), Kevin Campbell (45 Goals), Leon Osman (44 Goals) and David Unsworth (33 Goals).
13. Ben Mee (156), Ashley Barnes (155), Jeff Hendrick (115), James Tarkowski (107), Jack Cork (106) and Sam Vokes (102).
14. Bryan Gunn (1993-95), Robert Green (2004-05), John Ruddy (2011-16) and Tim Krul (2019-20).
15. Hamilton Ricard (31 goals), Juninho (29 goals), Mark Viduka (26 goals), Ayegbeni Yakubu (25 goals) and Szilard Nemeth (23 goals).
16. Southampton (20 conceded), Newcastle United (17 conceded), West Ham United (16 conceded), Aston Villa (15 conceded) and Leicester City (14 conceded).
17. Mark Schwarzer (Fulham February 2010 Australia), Alex Manninger (Arsenal March 1998 Austria), Edin Dzeko (Manchester City August 2011 Bosnia), Paulo Wanchope (Derby County October 1997 Costa Rica), Nikica Jelavic (Everton April 2012 Croatia) and Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea City March 2012 Iceland).
18. Avram Grant (Chelsea April 2008 Israel), Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United January 2019 Norway) and Sven-Göran Eriksson (Manchester City August 2007 Sweden).
19. Alan Curbishley (1998–1999, 2000-2006), Iain Dowie (2006), Les Reed (2006) and Alan Pardew (2006-2007).
20. Sergio Agüero (174), Yaya Touré (62), Raheem Sterling (59), Carlos Tevez (58), David Silva (57) and in Džeko (50).
21. The club with the fewest number of Points needed to win a Premier League Title was Manchester United when they won the 1996-97 Premier League Title with just 75 Points.
22. The 20 of the 49 Premier League Clubs’ stands designed by Architect Archibald Leitch are: Anfield (Liverpool), Arsenal Stadium (Highbury), Bramall Lane (Sheffield), Craven Cottage (Fulham), The Dell (Southampton), Ewood Park (Blackburn), Filbert Street (Leicester), Fratton Park (Portsmouth), Goodison Park (Liverpool), Hillsborough Stadium (Sheffield), Leeds Road (Huddersfield), Molineux (Wolverhampton), Old Trafford (Manchester), Roker Park (Sunderland), Selhurst Park (London), Stamford Bridge (London), Valley Parade (Bradford), Villa Park (Birmingham), West Ham Stadium (London), White Hart Lane (Tottenham).