With Leicester City back up into the Premier League and Wolves promoted to the Championship here are 10 dates not to be missed next season.
Newly promoted Leicester City have secured the Championship title after a 1-0 win at Bolton Wanderers.
Nottingham Forest came from two goals down to beat Watford 4-2 last night, in a sensational second half comeback at the City Ground.
The Notts County manager, Shaun Derry, has told ITV News Central that he is 'positive for a minor miracle' on the final day of the season.
He took over with Notts County deep in relegation trouble, but his side now need just a draw to stay in League One.
Derry spoke to ITV News Central sports correspondent, Steve Clamp, ahead of the match against Oldham Athletic.
The latest odds on Birmingham City being relegated this weekend from the Championship to League One are 5/6, according to SkyBet.
Notts County travel to Oldham tomorrow for their final game of the League One season.
The Magpies sit 19th in the league - two places above the relegation zone.
If they fail to get the victory they could potentially be relegated if other results go against them.
A draw would almost definitely be enough to secure their position in League One next season, again, depending on results from Tranmere and Crewe's matches.
As the Championship football season comes to an end tomorrow, Leicester City can afford to relax if they want to as their job is already done.
Nigel Pearson's side have been pretty much flawless all season with only six defeats from 45 matches.
They secured both automatic promotion and the league title early. A win for them tomorrow would mean they finish the season with 102 points.
And that win, if it comes, would also do Birmingham City a favour if they get a draw away at Bolton Wanderers.
Tomorrow, the Foxes host Doncaster Rovers who sit a point above the relegation zone in 21st place on 44 points.
Birmingham are fighting for survival in the Championship. They are in 22nd place in the relegation zone on 43 points.
If the Blues draw and Leicester beat Doncaster they will stay in the Championship on goal difference.
It will be a tough watch for many come 12:15 tomorrow as the season comes down to the wire.
Birmingham City manager Lee Clark says his side "still have an opportunity" to avoid relegation from the Championship as the Blues arguably play their biggest game of the season this weekend.
They travel to Bolton Wanderers for the last game of the season tomorrow. They need at least a draw to keep their dreams of staying in the Championship alive.
Birmingham sit in the relegation zone in 22nd place on 43 points. If they manage a draw at Bolton and Leicester City do them a favour by beating Doncaster Rovers, the blues will preserve their status in the Championship on goal difference.
In 36 hours time, the players and fans of Birmingham City will know what awaits next season. Will it be the Championship or League One?
You can follow live updates via the ITV Sport website from 12:15 tomorrow.
Leicester City have secured the Championship title after a 1-0 win at Bolton Wanderers.
Lloyd Dyer scored a second-half winner to ensure Leicester go up to the Premier League as champions.
ITV News Central understands Stuart Pearce is set to be unveiled as the new manager of Nottingham Forest.
The club has called a press conference at 12.30pm today.
This comes after the club owner and chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi dismissed Billy Davies on March 24 after eight games without a win.
Former Nottingham Forest captain Stuart Pearce has confirmed he is still in talks with the club about becoming their new manager.
It follows Billy Davies' sacking last month.
Pearce, who played at Forest for 12 years, turned down the job last week, but it now appears he may have made a u-turn.
He told talkSPORT: "I'm still chatting with Nottingham Forest. That will continue. That's the best I can say at the moment."