When talking about mascots a special mention has to be given to the Partick Thistle mascot. If you haven't seen it before you'll never forget it. It is rated the scariest mascot in football not surprisingly. Don't believe us? just out the video below of the Thistle at work.
All 20 of the Premier League mascots
Premier League Mascots
Arsenal - Gunnersaurus
Arsenal made the right decision choosing a dinosaur over other obvious mascots to represent the club. They may have lost a few supporters if they went down the route of the "Gunners". The club ran a kids competition to find their mascot and Gunnersaurus was the lucky winner.
AFC Bournemouth - Cherry Bear
Bournemouth's marketing department has clearly left the creativity to the players when naming their mascot. Bournemouth also known as the "Cherries" cleverly named their mascot Cherry Bear. Not the most relatable to Bournemouth but the bear is a big favourite with the young fans at Bournemouth and does some great work in the community.
Brighton - Gully the Seagull
An easy choice for Brighton aka the Seagulls. Located near the seafront is why Brighton get their name - the Seagulls. Gully would have been soaring high last season with Chris Hughton's men surviving in the Premier League. However, may be in a flap this season as they look to avoid relegation once again.
Burnley - Bertie Bee
Probably the most controversial of the Premier League mascots - and thats not because bees and Burnley don't really mix! The mascot has been caught up in all sorts of trouble, from rugby tackling a fan when they encroached onto the pitch to being put in the stadium jail! Burnley don't play the most entertaining football but at least Bertie Bee is there to cause some mayhem during the dull moments.
Cardiff - Bluebird
Cardiff replace Swansea as the Welsh contingent in the Premier League this season. The Bluebirds, not surprisingly, have a Bluebird as a mascot. When Vincent Tan came to the club he changed a lot about the club, including encouraging the club to sign players with the number 8 in their birth date as it was him lucky number. He changed the long lasting shirt colour from blue to red but the mascot Bluebird has managed to hold on and we'll see it in the Premier League this season.
Chelsea - Stamford & Bridget the Lion
Probably the best named duo in the Premier League - Stamford Bridge(t). The Lion has been a big part of Chelsea's logo for some time and Stamford and Bridget represent it well. The mascots will be hoping to get the crowd "roaring" again this season with new manager Maurizio Sarri in-charge.
Crystal Palace - Pete the Eagle
Crystal Palace has two Eagle mascots, they have Pete the Eagle and Kayla the real life eagle. Kayla flies around the pitch before every home game and is quite unique to Crystal Palace. Pete on the other hand gets to do all the community stuff on Kayla's behave and doesn't go anywhere without his sunglasses to stay down with the kids.
Everton - N/A
Everton are the odd ones out in the Premier League. For some reason or another Everton don't have a mascot. It was Chang the Elephant (used to match their sponsors Chang beer) before that it was Mr. Toffee but know they are in Mascot limbo after moving on from the beer company as sponsors. Everton have had some had times in recent seasons and with the club fully focused on football a mascot may not appear at Goodison park this term.
They've followed the trend of having their mascot be one of their sponsors and unfortunately for Everton fans they're now sponsored by angry birds. This meant the RED bird parading around Goodison Park. The club tried to market it saying "the red is now a blue" but it hasn't gone down well the fans.
Fulham - Billy the Badger
The Cottagers are supported by a Badger. Fitting in with the black and white colour scheme of their jerseys. Fulham are back in the Premier League after a four year absent. The newly promoted team will not want to be shy like a badger and get of to a flyer in the Premier League.
Huddersfield - Terry the Terrier
One of the least cartoonish looking mascots. In fact the most lifelike mascot out there, the Yorkshire terrier represents the club and as of this season the badge now resembles a terrier. David Wagner has got his team playing as the terriers should. They work very hard, don't always get the best result but the work rate is always there.
Leicester City - Filbert Fox
Leicester have marketed themselves around foxes very well. As everyone is aware they're nicknamed the Foxes and until this season they had two of the best Desert Foxes - Algeria's Islam Slimani and Riyad Mahrez. Mahrez is gone and Slimani could be on the way out. However, Filbert lives on and has been present at over 1000 games in 25 years.
Liverpool - Mighty Red
Liverpool is represented by the liver bird which is normally portrayed as a cormorant and that is what Mighty Red is supposed to be. One of the more easy decision when thinking of a mascot. However, how much it actually looks like a bird is up for debate. It's meant to bring the team good luck and Jurgen Klopp will be hoping for that this season as he mounts another challenge for the Premier League title.
Manchester City - Moonchester
One of the more ridiculous mascots. Manchester City don't really have anything obvious about them after they changed their badge from the eagle to the new citizens badge. However, they've used inspiration from their song, blue moon. Moonchester must have some special powers (or just an influx of lots of money), since the change City have been a real force. Like Moonchester the team has been out of this world and Pep Gaurdiola will want to repeat their dominance from last season.
Manchester United - Fred the Red
One of the most iconic and popular mascots is Manchester United's Fred the Red. Fred may be the most popular due to the sear amount of Manchester United fans around the world and the huge marketing campaign they've got. But lets just let him think it's his great dancing.
Newcastle United - Monty Magpie
For Newcastle, the magpies, it would be strange for them not to have a Magpie as a mascot. However, it does just look like a black and white Mighty Red. Newcastle have introduced a second Magpie (Maggie) to appease the Magpie rhyme. "One for Sorrow, Two for Joy etc". Whether the introduction of the second Magpie is the reason for their recent success who knows.
Southampton - Sammy Saint
Sammy the Saint is the loyal hound that resides in St Mary's. Southampton have always been good at finding bargains in the transfer market as well as bringing through some great youth talents. The Saints will hope Sammy can sniff out some more as they look to stay in the league again this season.
Tottenham Hotspur - Chirpy
Tottenham fans have been chirping up in recent years after taking over from Arsenal as the best team in North London. With their new stadium built they'll be hoping that they can continue their charge up the league and finally win trophy. Chirpy will be leading the fans is they finally do.
Watford - Harry the Hornet
The Hornets, none surprisingly are supported by Harry the Hornet. It's fair to say that no one really likes Hornets and Watford don't have the biggest of fanbases so this makes sense. During the second half of the season Watford really struggled going forward and will be hoping to have more of a sting this time around.
West Ham - Hammerhead
Hammerhead is a part robot mascot. West Ham did play robotically at times under David Moyes last season but under Manuel Pellegrini they'll be hoping to find a new style. The clubs websites claims Hammerhead scores goals like their former great striker Vic Watson. West Ham will be hoping Hammerhead can inspire some of their strikers this term.
Wolverhampton Wanderers - Wolfie & Wendy Wolf
Newcomers to the Premier League Wolves will need all the help they can get this season. An influx of cash has seen the club take a very Portuguese turn but the Wolves, Wolfie & Wendy have managed to stick around.