Nearly three quarters of Chelsea's Premier League games were shown live on UK television last season - but it wasn't the most.

The Blues were joint second along with Man United, Man City and Arsenal with 25 games broadcast.

But it was runners-up Liverpool who came top with viewers having the opportunity to see them 28 times.

That figures put Brendan Rodgers' side joint top with United when it comes to the clubs that have been broadcast the most over the past two-and-a-half seasons with 60 games each.

We’ve taken a look back through the Premier League’s records of games broadcast on live on paid for subscription channels over the past two campaigns, and those scheduled for broadcast up to December of this year, to see who is on television the most.

Jose Mourinho's men are in sixth spot in that table having had 48 matches in that period, below London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham.

Stoke City managed just seven appearances on television last season - making them the least shown club in the Premier League.

In fact, between the start of the 2012-13 season and the beginning of December this year, Stoke will make just 19 appearances - less than any other club to have been in the Premier League for each of those seasons.

This season, newly promoted QPR are scheduled to appear in six games - the same as Tottenham and twice as many as Sunderland who have three.

However, this is only the schedule until December so the total number is likely to increase as the season progresses.