All-time Premier League table ranks Wolves, Man Utd, Leeds United, Tottenham, Sheffield Wednesday, West Ham and rivals by total points since 1992 - gallery

The Premier League has had 51 clubs since it formed in 1992 – here’s how they all rank by total points won.

Without a doubt, the Premier League is the most prestigious footballing division on the planet and it’s only gaining yet more popularity by the day.

It’s home to some of the world’s greatest players in every position, helping it become by far the most watched and followed league on the planet.

Even without the absence of the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, the Premier League goes above and beyond.

The 2023/24 season has started brilliantly with plenty of surprises up and down the standings but an international break has brought a halt to action.

Although disappointing not to have any games over the weekend, the interval does allow us to have a broader look at the English top tier’s history.

It has of course been around for far longer than since 1992, but under the name and rules of the Premier League, there have been 51 teams lucky enough to participate.

Luton Town are the latest of these, although they are yet to get a single point on the board. Other clubs, meanwhile, have been completely everpresent.

With that in mind, we’ve put together a table – from last to first – comparing all 51 sides by total points. Flick through the pages for the full standings.