The 2012/13 Premier League campaign will go down in history as the year that featured the retirement of the most successful manager in British football history, after Sir Alex Ferguson called time on his glittering 26-year career with Manchester United.
The 71-year-old Scot signed off in scintillating style, as the Red Devils claimed a record 20th English top-flight title - which was Ferguson's 13th Premier League crown and 38th trophy in total during his Old Trafford tenure.
In addition to saying goodbye to Ferguson, fans all over the country were forced to bid farewell to a whole host of vastly experienced players that have graced England's elite club competition with distinction for so many years.
Paul Scholes, Michael Owen, Jamie Carragher and Phil Neville were just a few of a long list of players who each hung up their boots to pursue careers either in coaching, punditry or other areas of the game, leaving behind numerous memories that will be cherished for many years to come.
Roberto Mancini lost his job after failing to reclaim the domestic title with second-placed Manchester City, who also lost out in the FA Cup final against Wigan Athletic, who themselves made history by becoming the first ever side to win the FA Cup and get relegated from the Premier League in the same season.
Rafa Benitez's interim spell in charge of Chelsea ended positively after securing Champions League qualification as well as winning the Europa League, while Arsenal claimed the final top-four spot, beating north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur to that all-important place.
Of course, that hasn't even scratched the surface when looking back at the 2012/13 campaign in its entirity. But, instead of GiveMeSport spoiling it for you, why don't you test your memory and see how much you remember about last season, by taking part in the 20 question quiz above. Good luck!