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The Cherries were founded in 1890, as Boscombe St. John's Institute FC.
Arsenal Football Club:
The Gunners were founded in 1886, as Dial Square.
Aston Villa Football Club:
The Villans were founded in 1874 and have played at Villa
Park since 1897.
Brighton and Hove Albion:
The Seagulls were founded in 1901.
Burnley Football Club:
The Clarets, founded in 1882, were one of the Football
League's founder members.
Chelsea Football Club:
The Blues were founded in 1905.
Crystal Palace Football Club:
The Eagles were founded in 1905.
Everton Football Club:
The Toffees, the blue side of Liverpool, were founded in 1878.
The Terriers were founded in 1908.
Hull City Football Club:
The Tigers were founded in 1904.
Leicester City Football Club:
The Foxes were founded in 1884, as Leicester Fosse.
Liverpool Football Club:
The Reds were founded in 1892 by John Houlding; as Everton
Manchester City Football
The Citizens were founded in 1880.
The Red Devils were founded in 1878, as Newton Heath LYR
Football Club: (Relegated 2016/2017)
The Boro were founded in 1876.
Newcastle United Football
The Magpies were founded in 1892.
Norwich City Football Club:
The Canaries were founded in 1902.
Queens Park Rangers Football Club:
QPR were founded in 1882; after a merger.
Southampton Football Club:
The Saints were founded in 1885,
as St. Mary's.
Stoke City Football Club:
The Potters were founded in 1863,
as Stoke Ramblers.
Sunderland Football Club:
The Black Cats were founded in 1879.
Swansea City Football Club:
The Swans were founded in 1912.
The Lillywhites were founded in 1882 and became the only
non-League club to win the FA Cup, in 1901.
Watford Football Club:
The Hornets were founded in 1881; even before Elton John was born.
West Bromwich Albion Football
The Baggies were founded in 1878, as West Bromwich
West Ham United Football Club:
The Hammers were founded in 1895, as Thames Ironworks FC.
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