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Premier League 2016: follow all 20 clubs on social media right here

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With the Premier League season kicking off today, there are a fair few things to note beforehand. With the League’s new branding scheme focusing more on the football than ever before, we’ll likely see an even bigger push from clubs, promoting themselves on social media.

Premier League clubs are social media marketing powerhouses (as well as being fairly good at kicking plastic air-filled bladders around too) with a combined 40-million Twitter followers; and that’s not even mentioning reach through hashtags and other platforms.

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But while watching football sure is fun, we live in the age of social media.

Have a look at all the Premier League clubs’ Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts below, along with their Snapchat and YouTube details if available.

AFC Bournemouth

When most critics thought Bournemouth would be relegated last season, they surprised everyone by finishing a respectable 16th place, above former Prem stalwarts like Newcastle and Aston Villa.

Twitter: @afcbournemouth
Facebook: AFCBournemouth
Instagram: @officialafcb

You can also visit Bournemouth’s YouTube channel, as well as the club’s official website.


Established back in 1886, it’s safe to say that Arsenal is a London institution. Managed by the longest-serving boss in the League, Arsene Wenger, the club has over 50-million fans on social media.

Twitter: @Arsenal
Facebook: Arsenal
Instagram: @arsenal
Snapchat: OfficialAFC

Arsenal uploads videos of its history and behind-the-scenes footage to its YouTube channel as well. You can also visit the website.


Newcomers to the League and winners of the Championship, Burnley last played in the top tier of English football back in the 2014/15 season, beating the likes of Manchester United in the process.

Twitter: @BurnleyOfficial
Facebook: OfficialBurnleyFC
Instagram: @burnleyofficial
Snapchat: burnleyofficial

Burnley uploads its videos to this YouTube channel, while the club’s website also hosts news, and additional features.


Now managed by Italian Antonio Conte, the London club doesn’t need much of an introduction, winning four Premier League titles in the last decade.

Twitter: @ChelseaFC
Facebook: ChelseaFC
Instagram: @chelseafc
Snapchat: ChelseaFC

Take a look at Chelsea’s YouTube channel, as well as the club’s official website.

Crystal Palace

Established 110 years ago, Palace finished last season a respectable 15th place after a promising start.

Twitter: @CPFC
Facebook: officialcpfc
Instagram: @official_cpfc
Snapchat: officialCPFC

You’ll get match snippets and player reactions over on Palace’s YouTube page, as well as the club’s website.


Liverpool’s bitter rivals Everton will be managed by Dutchman Ronald Koeman this year.

Twitter: @Everton
Facebook: Everton
Instagram: @Everton
Snapchat: Everton

Everton’s YouTube page address doesn’t quite fit its other social media platforms’ naming schemes, but its website is simple enough to remember.

Hull City

The Tigers are the third newly promoted team of this season’s League, after they won the Championship playoff against Sheffield Wednesday back in May 2016.

Twitter: @HullCity
Facebook: HullTigersOfficial
Instagram: @hullcityofficial
Snapchat: tigersofficial

Find Hull’s YouTube channel and website details here.

Leicester City

Surprise champions Leicester gained quite a name and a following thanks to last season’s heroics, boasting over 800 000 Twitter followers.

Twitter: @LCFC
Facebook: LCFC
Instagram: @lcfc
Snapchat: LCFCOfficial

The Champions’ YouTube details can be found here, while you can visit the club’s website here.


Former 18-time English Champions Liverpool had a difficult season last, finishing mid-table.

Twitter: @LFC
Facebook: LiverpoolFC
Instagram: @liverpoolfc
Snapchat: Official_LFC

Follow Liverpool on YouTube and through its official website too.

Manchester City

Affectionately known as simply “City”, the club is known for its remarkable growth to success, winning the League twice in the past decade, fielding some of the League’s most expensive squads in the process.

Twitter: @ManCity
Facebook: MCFCOfficial
Instagram: @mancity
Snapchat: MCFCOfficial

Manchester’s noisy neighbours also have a presence on YouTube. And it’s website is also available over here.

Manchester United

United has a new manager in Jose Mourinho this season, and a few new signings, including the new world record signing 105-million Paul Pogba.

Twitter: @ManUtd
Facebook: ManchesterUnited
Instagram: @manchesterunited

Manchster United, oddly enough, doesn’t have a YouTube presence or Snapchat account at the time of writing, but the club’s website is available here.


The second club to be promoted after Burnley, Boro last played in the Premier League back in the 2008/09 season.

Twitter: @Boro
Facebook: MFCofficial
Instagram: @theboroofficial
Snapchat: theboroofficial

Boro’s YouTube account and website details can be found here.


The only team representing England’s south coast, The Saints play their home matches at the 33 000 seater St. Mary’s.

Twitter: @SouthamptonFC
Facebook: southamptonfc
Instagram: @southamptonfc
Snapchat: SouthamptonFC

Southampton’s YouTube channel and website can also be found over here.

Stoke City

One of the oldest clubs in the Premier League, Stoke City was founded in 1863 and are affectionately known as The Potters.

Twitter: @stokecity
Facebook: stokecity
Instagram: @stokecity
Snapchat: SCFC_Official

Stoke City’s YouTube details as well as the club’s website are also available here.


Now managed by former Manchester United and Everton boss David Moyes, Sunderland is one of only two north-east clubs playing in the competition this season.

Twitter: @SunderlandAFC
Facebook: sunderlandafc
Instagram: @sunderlandafcofficial
Snapchat: SAFCOfficial

Sunderland has a presence on YouTube and also has an official website.

Swansea City

The only Welsh team in the League, Swansea has been playing in the top tier of English football since 2011.

Twitter: @SwansOfficial
Facebook: SwanseaCityFC
Instagram: @swansofficial
Snapchat: swansofficial

Representing Wales this season, Swansea also uploads behind-the-scenes content to its YouTube channel, as well as its website.

Tottenham Hotspur

Currently playing home matches at White Hart Lane, Tottenham Hotspur will be moving to the club’s new 60 000 seater stadium in 2018.

Twitter: @SpursOfficial
Facebook: TottenhamHotspur
Instagram: @spursofficial
Snapchat: SpursOfficial

The Tottenham Hotspur official YouTube channel can be found here, while the club’s website can be found here.


It’s hard to miss the Hornets, especially when they play at home in their trademark bright yellow kit.

Twitter: @watfordfc
Facebook: watfordfc
Instagram: @watfordfcofficial
Snapchat: Watford_FC

Have a gander at Watford’s official YouTube channel, while you can also visit the club’s website.

West Bromwich Albion

With Aston Villa relegated, West Brom is the only Birmingham-based club playing in this season’s competition.

Twitter: @WBA
Facebook: westbromwichalbionofficial
Instagram: @wba
Snapchat: WBAFC_Official

West Brom’s official YouTube channel, and website, can be found here.

West Ham United

The Hammers are playing at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Stadium this season — the club’s new home. It seats 60 000 people without much fuss, but does mean that the club will be based 5.5km west of its former base.

Twitter: @whufc_official
Facebook: westhamunitedofficial
Instagram: @whufc_official
Snapchat: WHUFC_Official

Finally, the Hammer’s YouTube channel can be found here, while the club’s website is also available over here.

The official Premier League accounts

The League itself also has a slew of social accounts, but no official YouTube channel. Its website can be viewed here.

Twitter: @premierleague
Facebook: premierleague
Instagram: @premierleague

We’ll be sure to regularly update this list as the season progresses.

Feature image: LIHD Leicester City via Flickr

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