The intriguing Premier League all-time table - where Newcastle United, Leeds & Aston Villa sit
The Magpies have enjoyed a wide range of emotions during their three spells in the Premier League.
This August marks the 29th anniversary of Newcastle United’s Premier League debut.
On a warm Saturday afternoon in 1993, Kevin Keegan’s newly-promoted Magpies walked out at a new look St James Park to face a Tottenham Hotspur side managed by former United boss Ossie Ardiles.
Despite romping to promotion just months earlier, Newcastle were given an indication of the levels they would have to meet as Teddy Sheringham grabbed the only goal of the game to give Spurs all three points.
Of course, Keegan’s men recovered and secured a remarkable third place finish in their first season in the top tier and laid the foundations for a remarkable spell under the Magpies legend.
Since that maiden season, Newcastle have played over 1,000 games in the Premier League and scored over 1,350 goals in the process.
Despite suffering two relegations, United have become one of the most regular competitiors in English football’s elite league - but how do they fare in an all-time Premier League table?