Brighton and Hove Albion have been promoted to the Premier League for the first time in their history.
Huddersfield then failed to defeat Derby County in the later match – Jacob Butterfield netting a late leveller for the Rams – meaning Brighton's top-two finish is mathematically assured with three games left to play.
It means the Seagulls will be playing top-flight football next season for the first time in 34 years.
The south-coast side are closing in on the Championship title, too, with Newcastle United's 2-1 defeat to Ipswich Town leaving Rafa Benitez's side seven points behind in second.
It marks an incredible turnaround for a club who were almost relegated from the Football League in 1997.
A dramatic end to the 1996-97 campaign saw them recover from being 13 points adrift of safety at one stage to beat the drop on the final day, with Robbie Reinelt netting a historic effort against Hereford.
Having clambered their way back up the ladder, Chris Hughton’s side can now start preparing themselves for a standing among English football’s elite once more.