Crystal Palace are £125 million better off this morning, after beating Watford in the Championship playoff final. The win - known as 'the richest match in football' earns them a place in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace have won the npower Championship play-off final at Wembley, beating Watford 1-0, and have been promoted to the Barclays Premier League.
After a tense match, Crystal Palace have won the Championship play-off final in extra time, putting them into the Premier League.
Crystal Palace have scored one goal in extra time, taking them a goal up against Watford in the Championship play-off finals.
Wilfried Zaha is playing his last game for Crystal Palace in today's npower Championship play-off final against Watford at Wembley.
The winger, whose two goals sank Brighton in the semi-final, had been carrying an ankle knock but started against the Hornets on his final appearance before joining Manchester United.
Palace were unchanged from the side which won at Brighton, while Watford boss Gianfranco Zola recalled midfielders Daniel Pudil and Jonathan Hogg from the team which beat Leicester in their semi.
There's still everything to play for in today's Championship play-off final between Crystal Palace and Watford. Among spectators at Wembley are Eddie Izzard, Jose Mourinho and Sir Elton John, who is taking his son Zachary to his first match.
Jose Mourinho was in London today for the npower Championship play-off final, adding to speculation the Real Madrid head coach's return to Chelsea is imminent.
The 50-year-old Portuguese will leave Madrid at the end of this week, following Real's final match of the Spanish season against Osasuna at the Bernabeu on Saturday.
Mourinho has long been linked to a return to Stamford Bridge - where he was Blues boss from June 2004 to September 2007, winning two Premier League titles and both domestic cup competitions - and watched Crystal Palace versus Watford at Wembley this afternoon.
Watford forward Nathaniel Chalobah is on loan from Chelsea, who are seeking a new manager after Rafael Benitez's interim appointment ended.