It’s been a long, and in many ways bizarre season, but we now know who will be playing Premier League football next season.
Saturday’s Championship play-off final saw Brentford emerge victorious and Wembley booking their place at the top table of English football.
It is, of course, the first time Brentford have ever made it to the Premier League since its inception, and the first time they’ve reached the top flight in any form since 1947.
The Bees join Championship winners Norwich City and Watford in list of 20 clubs, with Fulham, Sheffield United and West Bromwich Albion all condemned to playing Championship football next term.
Fans of all three promoted teams will have a number of glittering fixtures to look forward to, with Premier League champions Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Leicester City all awaiting them next season.
Swansea City have missed out on a place in the Premier League after defeat to Brentford. But we’ll still have all the reaction from Wembley for you.
West Ham United, Everton, Newcastle United, Burnley, Wolves, Brighton and Hove Albion, Leeds United, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace and Southampton complete next season’s line-up.
It will something of a huge step into the unknown for Thomas Frank’s Brentford side, who will hope that their brand of exciting attacking football will be enough to preserve top flight status for another season.