It has been the same story all season, but the new year will see a different look and feel.
With the introduction of the new 2017/18 season, many of the familiar features will be introduced and a number of new ones will be created.
The main difference will be that there will be no longer the traditional 5-a-side games.
Instead, the Premier League is set to feature four-a or 4-a games.
The new system, which will be implemented this season, will be based on the traditional four-team system, but with three different divisions.
The teams will play six games in a 12-week period.
The two new divisions will be the Premier and the Football League, with the former being played in the winter and the latter in the summer.
The clubs that qualify for the new leagues will be relegated from the Premier to the Football Championship.
The remaining clubs will be given a three-year deal to play in the Football Super League, the second division of the Football Premier League.
The Premier League season is expected to last until the summer of 2019.
There will be one new league in the Premier Cup, the Europa League.
There is also a new Premier League Club League.
The Football League is one of the oldest leagues in the world, having been created in 1924.
The original format of the Premier Leagues, as outlined by the Football Association in 1931, saw teams from the lower divisions of England and Wales and the clubs from the two continental divisions play each other for a place in the second tier of English football.
The competition was then split between the two divisions in the following season.
The first three seasons of the current season will see the Premier, the Football Conference and the League Two split in three, with two sides playing in the top division of English soccer.
In 2021/22, the League One will also be divided into two divisions, with a final one-off meeting between the league’s two top teams.
The final two games will be played in a 3-on-3 format, with teams playing each other in the lower division, with all three divisions playing in an extra two games.
In 2022/23, the competition will be split into two parts, with four games played in two divisions and a final three-game knockout round.
The Europa League will be held in the same way, with one game played in Europa League qualifying round and the other in a group stage.
In 2019/20, the clubs that were relegated from one of Europe’s oldest leagues will join a new one-time-only group.
This will see them join the Football Club League (FCL), which was created in 2001 to replace the old Football League.
It is not clear what the format will be for the FA Cup final, with it being a semi-final, a final or a draw.
If the FA is successful in persuading the clubs to play the FA cup final in the future, the two leagues will move into a three team system, with only the Football and Football League sides relegated from that league.
The league’s top two clubs will then compete for the Premier trophy in 2020/21, with both teams playing the other league in a two-legged final.
The FA Cup will not be played this season because of the FIFA World Cup, although there is a chance it will be in 2022/21.
On a more positive note, the FA’s new TV deal will see it become the first English Premier League club to broadcast its matches live.
It is estimated that the new TV deals will cost around £50m over the next five years.
The biggest impact of the deal is likely to be on the Premier Division, where the Premier league’s financial situation is going to be affected.
It has already been revealed that the club that is to be relegated will have to pay an extra £12m.
This is expected, as the FA has been reluctant to commit to paying out any additional money to the clubs.
The only way out of this problem would be for Premier League clubs to be sold at a profit, which is highly unlikely to happen.
Meanwhile, the biggest club in the Championship is in a better position than in the FA Premier League, which currently has only £20m of revenue from the TV deal.
One of the big factors in the deal, as reported by The Independent, is the £10m increase in the salary cap, which has been a big boost to the club.
Premier League clubs will still have to cover their costs in the Europa league, but they will be allowed to make extra money in the transfer market.
A major change for the Championship in 2019/2020 will see four new divisions: Premier League West, Championship, League One and League Two.
The former two divisions will feature four teams, while the League Three will see one team play in both divisions.
This means that, in 2019, there will not even be a Premier League division.