Starting off with one of the most famous teams on the list: Leeds United's Champions League fighters from 2000/01
Those from a younger generation will see Leeds as merely a Championship club that bottles promotion year in, year out. But that's not what they are and if you have any doubts about that, take a trip down memory lane.
The Whites finished inside the top five on seven occasions in the first 10 Premier League seasons, after being the last team to win the old First Division prior to the rebranding, and it was in 2000/01 when things got serious for the club.
Leeds finished fourth in the Premier League that year and just two points off Arsenal in second, but it was their run to the semi-finals of the Champions League that will never be forgotten. A win over a famous AC Milan side and a draw at the San Siro was followed by a win over Deportivo La Coruña, before being knocked out by Rafael Benitez's Valencia in the last four.
Rio Ferdinand, Mark Viduka, Alan Smith, Lee Bowyer, Harry Kewell, Jonathan Woodgate and Lucas Radebe were just a selection of memorable names donning the famous white shirts back then. A truly unforgettable squad.