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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : EPL / English Premier League

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2019 A Coding System to Quantify Powerful Actions in Soccer Match Play: A Pilot Study. SSPA
2019 Concussion in American Versus European Professional Soccer: A Decade-Long Comparative Analysis of Incidence, Return to Play, Performance, and Longevity. MLS, RTP, SRCs
2016 Positional interchanges influence the physical and technical match performance variables of elite soccer players. ES, ES
2016 The challenge and impact of engaging hard-to-reach populations in regular physical activity and health behaviours: an examination of an English Premier League 'Football in the Community' men's health programme. FitC, HTR
2016 Tier-specific evolution of match performance characteristics in the English Premier League: it's getting tougher at the top. ES
2015 Evolution of match performance parameters for various playing positions in the English Premier League. ---
2014 Frequency and trends in foot and ankle injuries within an English Premier League Football Club using a new impact factor of injury to identify a focus for injury prevention. ATFL
2013 Delivering men's health interventions in English Premier League football clubs: key design characteristics. HTEM, HTs, PLH
2013 Effect of a national programme of men's health delivered in English Premier League football clubs. BMI, GP, ITT, PP
10  2012 An examination of the migratory transition of elite young European soccer players to the English Premier League. ---
11  2011 The pre-adoption demographic and health profiles of men participating in a programme of men's health delivered in English Premier League football clubs. ---
12  2007 Referee bias contributes to home advantage in English Premiership football. ---