Premier League 2023-24 full line-up, fixtures release date and season start time
And with that, the 2022-23 season comes to an end.
Sunday's final round of fixtures have confirmed which 20 clubs will be competing in the Premier League next season. Everton were the final team to book their place in the competition by beating Bournemouth 1-0 - relegating Leicester and Leeds in the process.
As always, there will be three new teams in the top flight. Burnley won the Championship title to make an immediate return to the Premier League, while Sheffield United finished comfortably in second to secure automatic promotion. As for the play-offs, Luton's win against Coventry at Wembley on Saturday means they are back in the big time.
Luton's story is quite remarkable. They suffered relegation from the top flight in 1992 - denying them of a spot in the inaugural Premier League campaign - before slipping all the way to the National League. Yet four promotions in the last 10 years means the Hatters will finally grace the most lucrative league in world football.
Arsenal, meanwhile, were on course to win their first title in 19 years, but a late surge from Manchester City meant Pep Guardiola's side claimed their fifth Premier League crown in six years under Pep Guardiola. Mikel Arteta's side were forced to settle for second.