The Premier League is the top level of the English football league system which was founded on 20 February 1992.
With each season runs from August to May and every team playing 38 matches, the 2018-19 is underway.
Most games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons but each player always wish to represent his team weekend after weekend.
Today, let’s have a look at five players with highest appearances so far in Premier League history.
5. Gary Speed-535 EPL Apps
Gary Speed signing for Newcastle United in 1998. pic.twitter.com/qlQFM46s6Z
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The late Gary Speed comes 5th in the list. He made 535 appearances for Leeds United, Everton, Newcastle United, Bolton Wanderers, and Sheffield United. He won FA Charity Shield in 1992, Football League First Division in 1992, and Football League Second Division in 1990. He died in 2011 aged 42.
4. David James- 572 EPL Apps
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Former England International David James is 4th in the log. He started his career at Watford then moved to Liverpool where he enjoyed much success. He also played for Portsmouth, Manchester City, and West Ham United. He made 572 Premier League appearances. He won League Cup with Liverpool in 1995 and FA Cup with Portsmouth in 2008.
3. Frank Lampard- 609 EPL Apps
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard comes 3rd in the log. He represented West Ham United, Swansea, Chelsea and Manchester City. He won 1 Champions league title, 1 Europa League, 3 League titles, 4 FA Cup titles, 2 League Cup titles and 2 Community Shield. Former England international retired two years ago and now he is the new Derby County manager.