This all-time Premier League table shows the performance of each of the 49 teams who have competed in England’s top division since it’s rebranding in 1992.
As it’s a visual animation, it allows you to get a sense of the changes in English football over the past 27 years. Manchester City fans will enjoy how their club slowly turns thing around in 2000-01 – and then enters ‘beast mode’ in 2008.
If you are a Leeds, Swindon or Norwich City supporter, this won’t make pleasant viewing – and we advise you to look away now.
This season (2019-20), there are several intriguing situations developing in the all-time Premier League table.
Will the Big Six occupy the Top Six positions?
We are fascinated to see when Man City catch Everton in sixth place – there are now just 58 points between them in the all-time EPL standings. A combination of a relegation battle for Everton and another 100-point season for City could see the Sky Blues leapfrog the Toffees in sixth place.
That would mean the modern-day Big Six finally occupying the top six positions in the all-time Premier League table.
The battle for London supremacy
Arsenal has occupied second place in the all-time Premier League table since the turn of the century. Chelsea is slowly but surely catching them up and currently lies third, 24 points adrift of their North London rivals.
Can new coach Frank Lampard help Chelsea overtake the Gunners and become the top Premier League club in London?
Norwich look to jump 4 places
Norwich City briefly was top of the Premier League in its opening months, before relegation in the third season led to a fast fall from grace.
This season, Norwich is back in business – and will look to leapfrog four clubs (Coventry, Sheffield Wednesday, Wimbledon and Charlton) who won’t be competing this year. Just 50 points will see the Canaries leapfrog the lot of them and enter 22nd place.