Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Man Utd: The all-time Premier League table

The 2021/22 Premier League season is officially over.

It really was a rollercoaster of a campaign, one which saw Manchester City eventually crowned champions for the fourth time in the space of just five years.

Pep Guardiola’s side secured English football’s biggest prize on the final day of the season with an epic 3-2 comeback victory over Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium.

That result saw them finish one point ahead of Liverpool, with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur making up the rest of the top four.

Elsewhere, Arsenal and Manchester United claimed the Europa League spots in the table, while West Ham United will be playing Europa Conference League football in 2022/23 after finishing seventh.

And the unfortunate trio who suffered relegated to the Championship were Norwich City, Watford and Burnley, with Leeds United avoiding the drop on the final day thanks to their 2-1 win away at Brentford.

Raphinha celebrates Leeds' Premier League survival
BRENTFORD, ENGLAND – MAY 22: Raphinha of Leeds United celebrates with the fans after avoiding relegation following victory in the Premier League match between Brentford and Leeds United at Brentford Community Stadium on May 22, 2022 in Brentford, England. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

It certainly was a memorable Premier League campaign and following 2021/22’s conclusion, we’ve decided to take a look at the division’s all-time table.

All 50 teams to have played in the English top-flight since the start of the 1992/93 season feature, as do all the key stats – including each team’s overall goal difference.

The all-time Premier League table (1992/93-2021/22)

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All-time Premier League table 41-50

There’s some big changes coming at the top of the table.

Arsenal’s hold on second place is hanging by a thread, with Chelsea now just three points behind and Liverpool trailing by only 32.

United’s position at the very top of the pile is certainly safe for at least the next five years or so, though, and that’s thanks to their dominance in the Sir Alex Ferguson era.

City are still a long, long way off the top four, which is due to the fact that they were a mid-table team at best before their takeover in the summer of 2008.

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