What was your Premier League team's best day of 2015?
By James Walker-Roberts
Last Updated: 23/12/15 1:05pm
What was your club's best day of 2015? We take a look at the most significant day of the year for every Premier League team.
From beating a rival to lifting silverware or signing a key player, there were plenty of memorable moments for different reasons for all 20 sides.
But which was the best day of the year for your team? We take a look...
AFC Bournemouth - May 2, late drama hands Cherries the title
A historic day for Bournemouth as they were crowned Championship winners in the final few minutes of the 2014/15 season and promoted to the top flight of English football for the first time in their history.
For much of the day it looked as though they would have to settle for the runners-up spot as Watford led against Sheffield Wednesday.
However, as the Cherries cruised to victory over Charlton, a last-minute equaliser from the Owls ensured it was Eddie Howe's men who won the title.
Arsenal - May 30, FA Cup glory
A near-perfect day for Arsenal as they dominated Aston Villa in a one-sided FA Cup final at Wembley to win 4-0 and lift the trophy for a record 12th time.
In doing so they also became only the eighth team to retain the FA Cup, with the goals coming from Theo Walcott, Alexis Sanchez, Per Mertesacker and Olivier Giroud.
"We were at it from the first to the last minute," said Arsene Wenger afterwards. "We had two important moments with a goal just before half-time and just after half-time, and we had too much quality for Villa."
Aston Villa - April 19, a famous Wembley win
The FA Cup final might have been a day to forget, but a month earlier Aston Villa produced a fine performance at Wembley to come from behind and beat Liverpool 2-1 in the last four.
Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph were on target as Villa reached the final for the first time since 2000.
"We were the underdogs but we believed that we could win it and I think we bamboozled Liverpool to be honest," said manager Tim Sherwood.
Chelsea - May 3, Blues seal the title at Palace
The day that capped off a dominant season as Chelsea won the Premier League title with three games to spare.
A goal from Eden Hazard was enough to secure victory over Crystal Palace and wrap up the title for the first time since 2010.
Given the impressive nature of their title-winning campaign, few could have predicted that six months later Chelsea would be hovering above the relegation zone and Jose Mourinho would no longer be in charge.
Crystal Palace - July 10, Eagles land Cabaye
While Palace have picked up some impressive results in the past year under Alan Pardew, the addition of Yohan Cabaye in August was a significant day in the club's recent history.
Pardew called the £10m club-record signing from Paris St-Germain a "benchmark" for the club as he pulled off a major coup by luring the France international from the Parc des Princes.
"He is one of the top players I've had in terms of trust in how the game is evolving," says Pardew. "He can smell what to do at the right time and it's very important for a manager to have a talent like that.
"Roy Keane at Manchester United, I'm sure Fergie could look at him and know when to push the team forward or sit in. In those moments, it's very important to have a lieutenant."
Everton - April 26, 'magnificent' Toffees beat United
Everton's late-season revival hit new heights in April as they beat Manchester United 3-0 at Goodison Park.
It was the Toffees' third straight win over United at home, with James McCarthy and Kevin Mirallas scoring either side of John Stones' first goal for the club.
"We were magnificent all over the pitch," said McCarthy afterwards. "We knew Man United would come at us and we hurt them on the break a couple of times."
Leicester - May 24, a day of celebration
A week after Leicester secured their Premier League survival with a goalless draw at Sunderland, it was party time at the King Power Stadium.
On a day of celebration in the stands, Jamie Vardy celebrated his England call-up with a goal, fan favourite Esteban Cambiasso scored in his final game for the club and the Foxes thumped QPR 5-1.
Best of all, the feel-good factor carried on over the summer as the Foxes enjoyed a dream start to the 2015/16 campaign that has ensured they will almost certainly not be involved in a relegation scrap this season.
Liverpool - October 8, Klopp arrives at Anfield
Not the day of a win or any silverware arriving at Anfield, but the day that Jurgen Klopp was unveiled as the man to replace Brendan Rodgers.
He may have called himself the 'Normal One' but there was nothing normal about the fanfare and excitement that greeted his arrival on Merseyside.
Nor was the start to his reign normal, either, as Liverpool went unbeaten in six matches and then won seven of eight in all competitions to fuel talk of a potential title challenge.
Manchester City - November 3, City book last-16 spot
Qualification into the last 16 of the Champions League seemed as though it might again be tricky for Man City when they were drawn in the same group as Juventus, Sevilla and Borussia Monchengladbach.
Certainly few would have predicted them to qualify with two games to spare, especially after losing their opener to Juventus.
But that's exactly what they did thanks to an impressive 3-1 win at Sevilla, with two goals in the opening 15 minutes setting City on their way to victory.
Manchester United - September 26, long-awaited return to the top
David de Gea signing a new contract was significant and beating Manchester City 4-2 in the derby in April was a highlight, but returning to the top of the Premier League after a 110-week absence was a big moment for a club so accustomed to winning silverware over the last couple of decades.
United climbed to the summit with a 3-0 victory over Sunderland at Old Trafford, goals coming from Memphis Depay, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata.
While trophies are not won in September, it was the first time United had been top of the table since Sir Alex Ferguson left.
"It is not so easy to go top of the league, under pressure," said manager Louis van Gaal. "I have to praise my players for beating Sunderland. You have to go and do it."
Newcastle - May 24, Gutierrez seals survival
After a largely miserable 2014/15 campaign, Newcastle left it until the final day to secure their Premier League survival with a 2-0 victory over West Ham.
Knowing that a win would be enough, the Magpies took the lead shortly after half-time when Moussa Sissoko headed home.
The biggest roar of the day, though, came in the 85th minute when Jonas Gutierrez, who had only recently recovered from cancer, added the second that made sure of victory.
Norwich - January 9, Canaries gamble on Neil
Winning the play-off final in May might have been the best 90 minutes of the season for Norwich, but would it have happened without the brave decision to appoint Alex Neil as manager on January 9?
Neil was a relative unknown at the time, having only managed Hamilton Academical for two years in Scotland, and even admitted later on that the Canaries took a gamble in appointing him.
However, it paid off handsomely as Neil masterminded Norwich's run to Wembley, where they beat Middlesbrough 2-0 to seal their return to the Premier League.
Southampton - January 11, Tadic secures Old Trafford win
Old Trafford had not been a happy hunting ground for Southampton in recent years, having not won there in 19 attempts in the league, stretching back to 1988.
However, they ended that run with an impressive display in January as Dusan Tadic's goal secured a 1-0 victory.
The hosts failed to muster a shot on target as Saints' solid defence came out on top. The win also saw Saints leapfrog United into fourth place, although they were unable to hold on to that position until the end of the season.
Stoke - May 24, Liverpool hit for six
While signing Xherdan Shaqiri from Inter Milan was potentially a landmark moment for Stoke, the 6-1 win over Liverpool is a day that is unlikely to be bettered anytime soon at the Britannia.
Three goals in eight minutes, two from Mame Biram Diouf and one from Jonathan Walters, set Stoke on their way before Charlie Adam and Steven N'Zonzi made it 5-0 at half-time.
Steven Gerrard pulled a goal back in his last Liverpool appearance but Peter Crouch put the icing on the cake with the sixth to secure Stoke's biggest-ever Premier League win.
Sunderland - May 20, Advocaat in tears
It must have been a good day (or a very bad one) to reduce Dick Advocaat to tears.
Brought in with nine games to go to save Sunderland from the drop, the Dutchman could not contain his emotions as he successfully completed his mission with a goalless draw at Arsenal.
The Gunners had 28 shots but could not find a way past a determined Sunderland defence and an inspired Costel Pantilimon.
"I've never been in tears before but this was for a special reason," said Advocaat afterwards.
Swansea - April 25, record-breaking Swans
Beating Manchester United (twice) and winning at the Emirates were good, but breaking the club's Premier League points record was an illustration of just how successful last season was for Swansea.
Garry Monk declared himself "extremely proud" as his side came from behind to beat Newcastle 3-2 and move three points above their previous best of 47, set in 2011/12.
"It's very satisfying," added Monk. "I knew at the start of the season that if we committed to the work, and I got the players to commit to that, we could achieve something special this season."
Tottenham Hotspur - January 1, a New Year's Day to savour
Tottenham certainly set the bar high for 2015 with a hugely-impressive and entertaining 5-3 win over Chelsea on New Year's Day.
Diego Costa put Chelsea ahead but Spurs, who had not beaten Chelsea in their previous 10 attempts, responded before the break with goals from Harry Kane, Danny Rose and Andros Townsend.
Kane made it 4-1 before Nacer Chadli capped off a memorable day as Spurs shocked the league leaders.
Watford - April 25, Premier League promotion
They might have missed out on the Championship title on the final day, but Watford had already secured their return to the Premier League a week before.
Goals from Troy Deeney and Matej Vydra gave the Hornets a 2-0 victory over Brighton and, with both Norwich and Middlesbrough failing to win, saw them end an eight-year absence from the top flight.
"It's incredible," said manager Slavisa Jokanovic. "I'm very, very happy for my players, for my staff, for the people that work in the kitchen and for our supporters.
"I'm a little surprised because I didn't expect everything to be all over today. We made a great job of it and many people around me helped me so much. The players did a great job and the supporters helped us and believed in the possibility of us getting promoted."
West Brom - May 2, Pulis finally gets United win
Just ahead of wins over Arsenal and Chelsea comes the 1-0 victory over Manchester United that all-but secured West Brom's survival in the Premier League.
United dominated possession and had more than four times as many shots as the visitors, but Jonas Olsson got the only goal of the game and Boaz Myhill saved a penalty as the Baggies held out for victory.
The win was Tony Pulis' first over Manchester United at the 12th attempt.
West Ham - June 26, Payet joins Hammers
Picking the best from wins at Arsenal, Man City and Liverpool is a tricky task, so how about the signing of Dimitri Payet?
The Frenchman was hugely influential in the opening three months of the season before his injury against Everton.
Not only was he the club's top scorer but he was leading the way with assists too, trailing only Mesut Ozil in terms of chances created in the Premier League.
Arguably one of the signings of the season and a key player for the Hammers when he returns.