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Premier League

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England is famous for various reasons: language, history, buildings (Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, etc.), etc.

England is also famous for its football (soccer) league: Barclay Premier League. A lot of the world's most talented footballers play there. Also, in the Champions League, which is a soccer tournament in Europe (most famous), Premier League teams are considered some of the strongest opponents to play with.

That is why it is considered one of the most toughest leagues in Europe.

One thing that sets the Premier League apart from other European country leagues, is that it is always a very close run for the title. The strength of the teams is very balanced (compared to, for example, Spain's La Liga (Barcelona's and Real Madrid's supremacy), German's Bundesliga (Bayern München, Dortmund), etc.

In conclusion, a very interesting league with lots of good games, teams, and players.

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