The Premier League is heading into its 30th season this year and is still revered as the number one league in European football.
When the new campaign kicks off on August 13, Brentford will become the 50th team to play in the Premier League since it was launched in 1992.
The likes of Barnsley, Blackpool, Oldham and Swindon are long forgotten as former top flight teams, but there are six teams who have been ever present over those 30 seasons.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are the only sides able to claim to have never dropped out of the Premier League… for now.
Those six have all played 1114 games while Aston Villa are the only other team to have hit the 1000 mark.
Newcastle will break it four games into the new season, while Man City and West Ham are both in the 900s.
So what does the all-time Premier League table look like? talkSPORT.com has taken a look.
They may have not won the title since 2013, but with an incredible 13 trophies to their name, Manchester United lead the way with a massive 2308 points.
Arsenal (2072) were incredibly consistent under manager Arsene Wenger, achieving at least a top four finish in all but two of his 22 seasons, but are being chased down by Chelsea (2064) – who are just eight points behind them.
Liverpool are a little way further back but have still broken the 2000 barrier and then there is a large gulf to Tottenham in fifth place on 1716.
Man City may have played 190 games fewer than Everton, but have managed to get one point more.
No doubt Pep Guardiola’s incredible 443 points accrued over five seasons has helped.
As we get towards the middle of the table, the Premier League stalwarts are all there including Newcastle, Aston Villa, West Ham and Southampton.
Former champions Blackburn are still 12th despite being in the Championship, and one season in League One, since 2012.
Leeds spent 16 years outside the Premier League, but are in 13th place and above the likes of Leicester.
League One clubs Sunderland and Bolton, are remarkably still inside the top 20 despite slipping down the football pyramid.
Crystal Palace have been mainstays in the top flight for the last seven seasons and are 19th while perennial yoyo club West Brom make up the 20.