Stunning all-time Premier League table shines light on West Brom, Arsenal, Everton, Leeds United, Bolton Wanderers and rivals - nostalgic gallery

Here’s how all 51 clubs from the Premier League era rank by total points, including plenty of shocks.

The Premier League is without a doubt the most popular footballing division on the planet due to its exponential growth ever since its inception in 1992.

With just 20 spots available and only 51 teams who can say they’ve taken the league on, it’s where the elite compete for one of the most coveted prizes around.

Just half a dozen clubs have played in the Premier League throughout its entirety – Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham, Everton and Chelsea. Others, meanwhile, have featured in just one or two seasons.

West Midlands sides Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers are currently in the English top tier, but Birmingham City and West Bromwich Albion have also enjoyed extended periods within it.

But how does the overall Premier League table look with all 50 teams? Based on the total points collected, here are the standings from bottom to top – as of March 29, 2023.

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