The Premier League is the most-followed football division on the planet for good reason, with 50 different teams taking it on since its formation in 1992.
Just six clubs have remained in the Premier League for all 31 seasons – Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea.
Some teams have only ever featured in one or two seasons, including the likes of Swindon Town, Blackpool and Barnsley. Others haven’t been present for a long while.
Birmingham City and West Bromwich Albion have also enjoyed plenty of campaigns of their own in the English top tier, though they are now both currently in the Championship.
But how does the overall Premier League table look with all 50 teams? Based on total points collected, here are the standings from bottom to top – as of March 23, 2023.