Where do Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs lie in the all-time Premier League table?

A whole host of lifelong memories has been created by London clubs during the 30 years of the Premier League.

Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have been ever-presents in the Premier League ever since the face of English football was changed in 1992.

The Gunners and the Blues have won a combined eight Premier League titles between them and although Spurs are yet to top the table, they have 11 top-five finishes during the last two decades.

All three clubs will hope to continue challenging at the top end of the table over the coming years after embarking on promises campaigns during the current season.

Chelsea have confirmed their place in next season’s Champions League and Spurs saw off North London rivals Arsenal to secure fourth place and a return to European football’s elite competition.

All eyes are on an exciting future for the three clubs as we head into what should be an intriguing summer.

London World looks back at where the 20 clubs that will begin next season in the top tier lie in the all-time Premier League table.

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