Liverpool were deservedly crowned Premier League champions this season after finishing 18 points clear of second-placed Manchester City.
Jurgen Klopp’s side sealed 99 points over the course of the 38-game season – the second-highest points tally ever recorded in a single Premier League campaign.
That’s 196 points the Reds have sealed over the past two seasons, which is a pretty remarkable tally.
But where does that leave Liverpool in the all-time Premier League table?
Tallying up all points obtained by the 49 participants since the beginning of the 1992-93 season, this is what it looks like at the end of the 2019-20 campaign…
49. Swindon Town
Points: 30 (from 42 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -53
Swindon were briefly in the Premier League in the early-1990s but haven’t been close to the top-flight since then. The Robins haven’t even been in the second tier of English football since 2000.
Points: 35 (from 38 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -45
Barnsley were relegated at the end of the 1997-98 season, finishing just above rock-bottom Crystal Palace.
Points: 39 (from 38 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -23
Blackpool picked up 39 points during the 2010-11 season, winning 10 of their 38 games, but that wasn’t enough to keep them in the Premier League.
Points: 53 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -84
Huddersfield managed to retain their Premier League status following their maiden campaign in the division before finishing bottom of the table in 2018-19.
Points: 62 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -70
Does anyone else feel like Bradford were in the Premier League for more than just two seasons in the 90s?
44. Cardiff City
Points: 64 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -77
Cardiff were relegated for the second time in five years in 2019.
Points: 89 (from 84 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -37
Oldham have sadly plummeted all the way down to League Two since being relegated from the Premier League in 1994.
Points: 117 (from 114 games), Seasons: 3, Goal difference: -60
Brighton will compete in the Premier League for a fourth successive season next term after finishing 15th in the table.
Points: 119 (from 114 games), Seasons: 3, Goal difference: -50
Reading have spent the past seven seasons in the Championship after being relegated from the Premier League for a second time in 2013.
40. Hull City
Points: 171 (from 190 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -142
Hull floated between the Premier League and Championship between 2008-2017 but will compete in League One next season after finishing bottom of the Championship.
39. Sheffield United
Points: 186 (from 160 games), Seasons: 4, Goal difference: -40
Sheffield United have just enjoyed an excellent season, finishing ninth in the Premier League in their first top-flight campaign since 2007.
Points: 211 (from 190 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -89
It was fun while it lasted. Eddie Howe did an incredible job keeping Bournemouth in the Premier League between 2015-2020.
37. Ipswich Town
Points: 224 (from 202 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -93
It’s been 18 years – 18! – since Ipswich lasted competed in the Premier League. They finished fifth in the 2000-01 campaign.
36. Nottingham Forest
Points: 239 (from 198 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -58
Will we ever see Nottingham Forest back in the Premier League? Their last appearance was back in 1999.
Points: 251 (from 228 games), Seasons: 6 Goal difference: -114
Sean Dyche has done an unbelievable job keeping Burnley in the top-flight for the past four seasons.
Points: 252 (from 228 games), Seasons: 6, Goal difference: -113
Wolves are a serious outfit these days and could challenge the top six again next season. Expect that goal difference to rise a little more next term.
Points: 262 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -165
Watford have yo-yoed between the Premier League and Championship over the past few decades and were one of the three clubs to go down at the end of the current campaign.
32. Derby County
Points: 274 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -149
Derby were part of the Premier League furniture during the late-1990s before their relegation in 2002.
They briefly returned in 2007 but registered a pitiful 11 points and have stayed in the Championship ever since.
Points: 293 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -88
Portsmouth’s decline since their Premier League relegation in 2010 has been quite extraordinary.
The south-coast club spent four seasons in League Two between 2013-2017.
Points: 301 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -87
Birmingham have spent the past nine years in the Championship following their seventh season in the Premier League.
Points: 308 (from 278 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -92
Another team who have struggled to retain their Premier League status each time they’ve come up.
28. Swansea City
Points: 312 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -77
Swansea City were excellent to watch when they first come up, playing an attractive brand of football inspired by Brendan Rodgers.
27. Wigan Athletic
Points: 331 (from 304 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -166
Wigan were a solid Premier League side between 2005-2013 but it might be quite some time before we see them back in the top tier of English football.
26. Charlton Athletic
Points: 361 (from 304 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -100
Another club who have struggled both on and off the pitch since losing their Premier League status in 2007.
25. Norwich City
Points: 380 (from 354 games), Seasons: 9, Goal difference: -194
Norwich will not be spending a 10th season in the Premier League next term after finishing bottom of the table.
Points: 391 (from 316 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -88
Premier League players everywhere breathed a sigh of relief when Wimbledon were relegated in 2000. Nobody enjoyed playing against the London side and their brand of Route One football.
23. Sheffield Wednesday
Points: 392 (from 316 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -44
Relegated in 2000, Sheffield United have spent the past 20 years either in the Championship or League One.
22. Coventry City
Points: 409 (from 354 games), Seasons: 9, Goal difference: -103
It’s great to see Coventry on the way up again. Their fans have been through so much over the past couple of decades. They’ll be competing in the Championship next season for the first time since 2012.
21. Stoke City
Points: 457 (from 380 games), Seasons: 10, Goal difference: -127
Just like Wimbledon, no Premier League player enjoyed the trip to the Britannia Stadium. Stoke were a very efficient top-flight side between 2008-2018.
20. West Brom
Points: 464 (from 456 games), Seasons: 12, Goal difference: -221
English football’s ultimate yo-yo side will be back in the Premier League for a 13th season next term.
19. Crystal Palace
Points: 472 (from 426 games), Seasons: 11, Goal difference: -158
Palace are about to enter their eighth successive season as a Premier League club.
Points: 575 (from 494 games), Seasons: 13, Goal difference: -170
Yet another club whose fans have been through so much in recent years. Bolton will be plying their trade in League Two next season.
Points: 612 (from 532 games), Seasons: 14, Goal difference: -174
Will we see Fulham back in the Premier League for a 15th season next term? They’re currently competing in the Championship play-offs.
Points: 618 (from 608 games), Seasons: 16, Goal difference: -292
Sunderland have been through so much in recent years that they’ve been the subject of a Netflix documentary series.
Points: 661 (from 574 games), Seasons: 15, Goal difference: -146
Middlesbrough briefly returned to the Premier League in 2016 but were relegated back to the Championship less than 12 months later.
14. Leicester City
Points: 669 (from 536 games), Seasons: 14, Goal difference: -69
Despite winning the Premier League in 2016, Leicester still have a goal difference of minus 69!
13. Leeds United
Points: 692 (from 468 games), Seasons: 12, Goal difference: +68
This is pretty mad. Leeds, recently promoted, are 13th in the all-time table, even though they haven’t competed in the top flight since 2004.
12. Blackburn Rovers
Points: 970 (from 696 games), Seasons: 18, Goal difference: +20
Winners of the Premier League in 1995, Blackburn haven’t been seen in the top tier since 2012.
Points: 980 (from 810 games), Seasons: 21, Goal difference: -159
Southampton spent seven years in the Football League between 2005-2012 but have remained in the top flight since then.
10. West Ham
Points: 1,137 (from 920 games), Seasons: 24, Goal difference: -218
West Ham have only been relegated twice during the Premier League era.
9. Aston Villa
Points: 1,258 (from 962 games), Seasons: 25, Goal difference: -95
Aston Villa have struggled in recent years but they did manage to survive relegation by the skin of their teeth this season.
Points: 1,316 (from 958 games), Seasons: 25, Goal difference: -6
Newcastle have come close to winning the Premier League on several occasions since the 1990s but fell short each time.
7. Manchester City
Points: 1,450 (from 886 games), Seasons: 23, Goal difference: +466
Check out that goal difference. The vast majority of Man City’s goals have, unsurprisingly, come since 2008.
Points: 1,476 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +34
Everton are one of six ever-presents during the Premier League era.
Points: 1,654 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +255
In recent seasons, Tottenham have been serious title challenges. Will they finally lift the trophy under Jose Mourinho?
Points: 1,948 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +780
Liverpool’s 30-year wait for a league title finally came to an end this season.
Points: 1,997 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +783
The five-time Premier League champions have been a constant threat at the top of the table since Roman Abramovich’s arrival in 2003.
Points: 2,011 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +840
Not the force they once were but still a very capable team on their day, Arsenal won three Premier League titles under Arsene Wenger.
1. Manchester United
Points: 2,234 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +1090
But at the very top of the Premier League table, it’s 13-time winners Manchester United.
This is despite the fact the Red Devils haven’t won the league since the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford in 2013.
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