Premier League - Blackpool and Birmingham relegated
Internet users in the UK can watch all of the goals which will automatically play in the box to the right and click on the links underneath the picture for full match reports and extended video highlights
Manchester United's title party briefly threatened to fall flat as they fell 2-1 behind to Blackpool but they stormed back to win 4-2 and make it 18 victories and a draw from their 19 home league games and end their record 19th title-winning season on 80 points - the lowest winning total for 10 years.
Blackpool have thrilled their fans and attracted legions of admirers for their daring approach and it looked to have paid off when goals from Charlie Adam and Gary Taylor-Fletcher had them 2-1 up with 33 minutes to go at Old Trafford.
But awful defending, the other trademark of their first season in the top flight since 1971, was also on show as they gifted Anderson an equaliser and scored an own goal before Michael Owen put the final nail in their coffin.
Tottenham Hotspur are in the Europa League after they beat Birmingham 2-1 to finish fifth.
It was also tough for Birmingham as they followed Norwich City's 1985 "achievement" of being relegated after winning the League Cup.
However, events elsewhere changed that and as they poured forward looking for the goal they needed the Russian grabbed his second in stoppage time to confirm their relegation.
That result meant there was a double party at Molineux with Blackburn and Wolves fans celebrating together as the away side's 3-2 win somehow ensured the safety of both teams.
Wolves looked doomed as they trailed 3-0, dropping into the relegation zone variously on points, goal difference and goals scored. Jamie O'Hara pulled one back after 73 minutes and with thousands of fans, radios glued to their ears, chanting "we only need one goal" Stephen Hunt delivered it three minutes from time to lift them above Birmingham to safety.
Wigan Athletic spent most of the afternoon in the drop zone before a late Hugo Rodallega goal secured a 1-0 win at Stoke City and dragged them to safety.
West Ham United, beaten 3-0 at home by Sunderland, finished bottom on 33, with Blackpool and Birmingham both on 39. Wolves escaped on 40 points, with Wigan on 42 and Blackburn 43.
Chelsea were second on 71 after losing 1-0 to 10-man Everton, for whom Jermaine Beckford scored a superb goal after a length of the pitch run.
Manchester City confirmed their automatic entry to the group stage of the Champions League by winning 2-0 at Bolton Wanderers to finish third.
Tottenham's victory kept them safely in fifth on 62 points, four ahead of Liverpool, who lost 1-0 at Aston Villa.
Newcastle drew 3-3 with West Brom took the day's tally of 32 goals and set a record for the number scored in a season since the league became a 20-team competition, the total of 1063 topping the 1999-2000 tally by three.