View Assists played by Premier League players for 2018/19 and previous seasons, on the official website of the Premier League.
Full details of the Top 100 Premier League Assists including Nationalities from 1992-93 to 2021-22. BOLD = Current Premier League player 2021-22 season. Ryan Giggs has the most All-time Premier League Assists with 162. Premier League Playmaker of the Season Awards from 2017-18 to 2020-21 also shown. Statistics correct to 29th August 2021 (Matchday 3)
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View all-time Premier League club and player statistics, including goals scored, assists and number of wins, on the official website of the Premier League.
Alan Shearer has the all-time most goals and assists. BOLD = Current Premier League player 2021-22 season. Statistics correct to 13th September 2021 (Matchday 4).
1. Ryan Giggs (Manchester United) – 162. The player with the most assists in Premier League history, Giggs is one of the longest-serving footballers in the English top-flight. He holds the record of the second-most appearances (632) in the Premier League in a career over 20 years.
During the 2019/20 season, Kevin de Bruyne provided 20 assists in the Premier League, equalling the record of most assists in a single Premier League season, previously held by Thierry Henry. The attacking midfielder has registered 216 assists throughout his career with Genk, Wolfsburg, Chelsea FC, and Manchester City.
Who has the most assists in Premier League history? Ryan Giggs has the most assists in Premier League history. Former Manchester United midfielder and a legend, Ryan Giggs contributed 180 assists throughout his career and holds the EPL assists record. After joining Manchester United in 1993, Ryan Giggs stayed with the club for 21 seasons!
We take a look at the top 10 Premier League assist makers of all time, and explain how they managed to secure their spot in such a prestigious list. 1. Ryan Giggs – 162 assists. The Manchester United legend finds himself miles ahead of the rest thanks to his 632 appearances in the competition, second only to Gareth Barry’s 653.