Former Hull East MP John Prescott has congratulated Hull City after the team was promoted to the Premier League, drawing 2-2 against Cardiff City.
The Professional Footballers' Association have responded to Hull City's promotion to the Premier League following a 2-2 home draw against Cardiff City.
Congratulations to Hull City, back in the Premier League! Late drama again in the race for the automatic promotion spot #hcafc
Hull's manager and players were in a state of shock as they secured promotion to the Barclays Premier League.
Hull City managed to scrape a 2-2 draw against Cardiff City.
Manager Steve Bruce told Sky Sports 2: ""I have been around the block and this was wonderful entertainment, but Jesus Christ, it's put us through the ringer,"
"Overall we deserved it. The ref gave them an unbelievable decision to give Cardiff a penalty but it's our day. I would like to say well done to Watford who pushed us all the way."
Hull City have been promoted to the Premier League following a 2-2 home draw against Cardiff City.
Watford, who started the day in third place in the Championship table, lost at home to Leeds and missed the chance to go up to English football's top division automatically.
Gianfranco Zola's team will now compete in the play-offs at the end of the season.
The final whistle goes and it is confirmed - Wolverhampton Wanderers are relegated to League One.
Familiar banner in the Wolves end reads: 'Out of Darkness Cometh Light'. Let's hope so. #wolvesuntilidie
Wolverhampton Wanderers have been relegated to League One after losing 0 – 2 to Brighton.
Click here for the latest football updates on the final day of the Championship as teams aim for promotion and to avoid relegation.
Ahead of their march against Cardiff City which could see Hull City end their three-year exile from the Premier League if they win, the club has tweeted:
The club need to match Watford's result at home to Leed to ensure second place automatic promotion.
Watford could return to the Premier League today.
The Hornets are third in the Championship, a point off the promotion places behind second-placed Hull.
Quite simply, if Watford get a better result than Hull, they'll go up.
The fixtures are in Watford's favour as Hull face the already-crowned champions Cardiff, while the Hornet's opponents Leeds have been struggling in 16th.
Watford manager Gianfranco Zola has said that an entire year's work now comes down to this one game.
Even if they can't do better than Hull tomorrow, they'll still have a chance of ending their six year exile from the top flight via the play offs.
Both games kick off at 12:45.