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English Premier League's Top Ten oldest teams in the 2022/23 SEASON

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English Premier League's top ten oldest teams in the 2022–2023 season.

There will be some changes in the English Premier league in 2022–2023 as new teams are expected to be promoted from the English Championship division. Knowing this, we will focus on the top 10 oldest English Premier League teams this year. The oldest team in the English Premier League is Nottingham Forest. After Fulham and Bournemouth, they were the third team to win the Championship Play-Off Final and be promoted to the English Premier League. In 1865, the club was founded.

 

The second-oldest club in the English Premier League is Aston Villa. The group was started by members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Handsworth.

 

The third-oldest club in the English Premier League is Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. In 1877, the clubs were founded.

The fourth-oldest club in the English Premier League is Manchester United. The soccer team was established in 1978.

 

This season, Everton is the EPL's fifth-oldest football team. In the year 1878, the club was founded.

 

the top 10 oldest teams in the 2022–2023 English Premier League.

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