0 No team has leapfrogged the leaders in the final day of the season to win the title since Arsenal did in the 1988-89 season.
1 This was the first time the reigning Premier League champions finished outside the top six since Blackburn Rovers, who were champions in 1994-95 and then finished seventh the next season.
1 This is the first Premier League season to feature two teams that scored over 100 goals (Manchester City on 102, Liverpool on 101). Chelsea (103) in 2009-10 are the only other Premier League team to have scored 100 in a single season.
1 This is the first season when both the bottom team at Christmas stayed up (Sunderland) and the top team didn’t win the title (Liverpool) since 1990-91, when Sheffield United stayed up and Liverpool were pipped to the league title by Arsenal.
1 Ricky van Wolfswinkel scored with his first shot on target of the season (on the opening day) but only managed eight more shots on target all season (and no more goals).
1 Marouane Fellaini provided one assist and no goals this season in the Premier League after coming up with five assists and 11 goals for Everton in 2012-13.
1 Adam Johnson was the only Englishman to score a hat-trick in the Premier League this season.
2 Liverpool and Fulham were the only teams not to be involved in any 0-0 draws this season.
4 Martin Skrtel set a new Premier League record by scoring four own goals in a single season.
6 Sunderland and Liverpool both conceded six own goals.
7 Sunderland picked up a league-high seven red cards.
7 Seven teams took more long throws than Stoke City this season (Tottenham took the most, 346).
7 The Premier League was decided on the final day for the seventh time in 22 seasons.
7 Manchester United lost seven home games this season, the most since the 1973-74 season.
8 Daniel Sturridge became the first Liverpool player to score in eight consecutive Premier League games.
10 Steven Gerrard ended the season with 10 goals from penalties.
10 This was the first season in Premier League history to see 10 managers leave a club before the final day.
10 Luis Suarez scored 10 times in December, becoming the first Premier League player to reach double figures in a single month.
12 Liverpool took 12 penalties, five more than any other team.
13 Asmir Begovic, Jesus Navas and Jay Rodriguez scored after 13 seconds this season.
13 Manchester City scored 13 goals from corners, more than any other team.
18 Cardiff scored only 18 goals from open play; fewer than any other side.
18 The youngest goalscorer in the Premier League this season was Arsenal’s Serge Gnabry, who was aged 18 years and 76 days when he scored in their away win at Swansea in September.
25 The Premier League lead changed 25 times this season. Last season it only changed four times.
25 Manchester United won 25 points fewer this season (64) than they did last year.
27 Liverpool hit the woodwork 27 times, more than any other side.
31 Luis Suarez (31) is the second player to reach 30 goals in a single Premier League season without scoring a penalty. Andy Cole managed it in the 1993-94 season, when he scored 34 goals.
32 Romelu Lukaku has scored 32 goals as a loan player in the Premier League, more than any other player in the competition’s history.
35 Frank Lampard was the oldest player to score a Premier League goal this season (35 years, 289 days), when he scored for Chelsea against Stoke in April.
49 Cardiff (49) were the only team to pick up fewer than 50 yellow cards this season.
59 Tim Sherwood (59%) has the highest winning percentage of any Tottenham Hotspur manager in Premier League history.
78 José Mourinho lost his first home league game as Chelsea manager, in his 78th Premier League match at Stamford Bridge.
85 Fulham’s total of 85 goals conceded is the second most in a 38-game Premier League season (after Derby with 89 in 2007-08).
89 Liverpool made fewer substitutions than any other team (89). Chelsea made the most (113).
121 Cheick Tiote completed 121 passes for Newcastle versus Crystal Palace in Match; the most by a player in a single Premier League appearance in 2013-14.
999 Manchester United made 999 crosses this season, more than any other side.