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[Archived] All Time Premiership Table


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I was passing an idle 5 minutes on the Sky website, and MArtin Tyler has posted the all time points table for Premiership sides since it's inception in 1992.

There are 38 teams in it, and Rovers finish 9th overall, ahead of both Middlesborough and Southampton, neither of which have ever missed a season in there!

ALL-TIME PREMIERSHIP POINTS TABLE

POS TEAM PLD PTS

1 MAN UTD 474 992

2 ARSENAL 474 879

3 LIVERPOOL 473 798

4 CHELSEA 474 758

5 NEWCASTLE 432 692

6 LEEDS 468 692

7 ASTON VILLA 474 687

8 TOTTENHAM 474 621

9 BLACKBURN 398 595

10 EVERTON 474 579

11 SOTON 474 559

12 WEST HAM 388 500

13 BORO 352 423

14 COVENTRY 354 409

15 SHEFF WED 316 392

16 WIMBLEDON 316 391

17 LEICESTER 308 342

18 MAN CITY 284 322

19 DERBY 228 263

20 CHARLTON 196 242

21 N FOREST 198 239

22 IPSWICH 202 224

23 BOLTON 196 217

24 QPR 196 216

25 SUNDERLAND 190 214

26 NORWICH 132 172

27 FULHAM 120 149

28 C PALACE 128 128

30 SHEFF UTD 84 94

31 OLDHAM 84 89

32 BRADFORD 76 62

33 PORTSMOUTH 43 52

34 BARNSLEY 38 35

35 WOLVES 38 33

36 WEST BROM 44 30

37 SWINDON 42 30

38 WATFORD 38 24

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All you have to do is look at the number of games, you can see that Boro must have missed about 3 seasons since the Premier League started. We've missed two, and if we hadn't we might easily have been 5th (50pts in both seasons). Its nice reading anyway. I can't see us dropping down that table either, for a long time (unless we get relegated again). Chances are we will move up, now that Leeds are down and Souness is in charge of Newcastle! tongue.gif

Would love to see a similar table spanning the history of the football league.

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Middlesbrough have been relegated from the Premier League twice.

They were founder members of the league but went down in its debut season, 1992-3, and were relegated again in 1996-97, the same season in which they also reached the League Cup final and the FA Cup Final (losing both to Leicester and Chelsea respectively)!

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All you have to do is look at the number of games, you can see that Boro must have missed about 3 seasons since the Premier League started. We've missed two, and if we hadn't we might easily have been 5th (50pts in both seasons). Its nice reading anyway. I can't see us dropping down that table either, for a long time (unless we get relegated again). Chances are we will move up, now that Leeds are down and Souness is in charge of Newcastle! tongue.gif

Would love to see a similar table spanning the history of the football league.

Try HERE

Has a bunch of other interesting historical tables, also, such as all time in any league.

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So would I be right in thinking that Boro got relegated?

If memory serves, Boro were relegated the same season they forfeited 3 points to Rovers for having 80% of the squad sick with flu.

I believe they lost out on staying up by 2 points.

Ouch laugh.gif

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points per game table looks like this : in [] is position in total points table

1. Man Utd 2.09 [1]

2. Arse 1.85 [2]

3. Liverpool 1.69 [3]

4. Newcastle 1.602 [5]

5. Chelsea 1.599 [4]

6. ROVERS 1.49 [9]

7. Leeds 1.48 [6]

8. Villa 1.45 [7]

9. Spurs 1.31 [8]

10. Norwich 1.30 [26]

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Would love to see a similar table spanning the history of the football league.

Rank Entity

Liverpool

Manchester United

Arsenal

Aston Villa

Leeds United

Everton

Huddersfield Town

Sunderland

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Ipswich Town

Newcastle United

Sheffield Wednesday

Burnley

Preston North End

Brentford

Tottenham Hotspur

Derby County

Blackburn Rovers

Manchester City

Swansea City

Nottingham Forest

Portsmouth

Bolton Wanderers

Chelsea

West Bromwich Albion

Blackpool

Oldham Athletic

Sheffield United

Queen's Park Rangers

Charlton Athletic

Watford

Accrington

Bury

Wimbledon

Cardiff City

Bristol City

Southampton

Leicester City

Norwich City

West Ham United

Middlesbrough

Notts County

Bradford City

Stoke City

Crystal Palace

Luton Town

Grimsby Town

Bradford Park Avenue

Coventry City

Birmingham City

Fulham

Barnsley

Brighton & Hove Albion

Carlisle United

Darwen

Glossop North End

Leyton Orient

Millwall

Northampton

Oxford United

Swindon Town

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Football History

You can search every stat by rankings. The one I used for that list was a points table for each appearance made in the old first division or premiership table at the end of each year i.e for every first place 12 points is awarded, second 9 points and so on

Tournament 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

English League (1889-2004)

12 9 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

The first column refers to how many points a team receives for winning a tournament, the second for second place, the third for losing in the semi-finals or finishing 3rd in a league, the 4th for losing in the quarter-finals, etc.

This was based of top flight football, you can also filter by euro victories, cup wins, goals scored blah blah blah

If you do it by all club competitions it comes out like this

Liverpool

Manchester United

Arsenal

Aston Villa

Everton

Tottenham Hotspur

Newcastle United

Leeds United

Sunderland

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Chelsea

Manchester City

Nottingham Forest

Sheffield Wednesday

Blackburn Rovers

Derby County

West Bromwich Albion

Bolton Wanderers

Burnley

Preston North End

Sheffield United

Huddersfield Town

Ipswich Town

West Ham United

Portsmouth

Blackpool

Leicester City

Southampton

Middlesbrough

Bury

Charlton Athletic

Birmingham City

The Wanderers

Stoke City

Queen's Park Rangers

Notts County

Cardiff City

Old Etonians

Wimbledon

Oxford University

Royal Engineers

Norwich City

Oldham Athletic

Coventry City

Bradford City

Bristol City

Watford

Brentford

Barnsley

Clapham Rovers

Crystal Palace

Luton Town

Blackburn Olympic

Old Carthusians

Queen's Park Glasgow

Accrington

Fulham

Grimsby Town

Brighton & Hove Albion

Millwall

Swansea City

Bradford Park Avenue

Carlisle United

Darwen

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