All-time Premier League table: How Birmingham City rank vs Tottenham, Man City, Leicester City, Chelsea, Brighton and rivals

Ranked since 1992, here’s how all 51 teams in the Premier League era compare for total points, wins, draws and losses.

The Premier League is one of the most iconic footballing divisions in the world with millions - if not billions - of fans across the planet. Since its formation in 1992, there have been 51 teams to take part with 31 seasons and four match weeks to date.

Just six sides have remained throughout its entirety, with Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Chelsea and Everton all everpresent. Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers are the West Midlands sides currently in the big time, but West Bromwich Albion and Birmingham City have also enjoyed spells.

But how does the overall Premier League table look with all 51 teams? Based on total points collected over the 31 campaigns plus the first four weeks of the new term, here are the standings from bottom to top – as of September 15, 2023.