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  Football's ups and downs
Updated 31 May 2003, 10.40

The title race is still alive in Scotland, but in England only the play offs are left.

But what has happened at the top and bottom of all the divisions this season.


Premiership
Champions

Manchester United win the Premiership.

Arsenal, Newcastle United and Chelsea are in the Champions League.

Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers are in the Uefa Cup because of their league position. Southampton join them after reaching the FA Cup final, as fellow finalists Arsenal are already in the Champions League.

Relegation
Sunderland, West Brom and West Ham are relegated.


Division One
Promotion

Portsmouth are promoted as champions. Leicester are also promoted.

Playoffs
Wolves are promoted from the playoffs.

Relegation
Grimsby, Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton are relegated.


Division Two
Promotion

Wigan are promoted as champions. Crewe are also promoted.

Playoffs
Cardiff win promotion in the playoffs.

Relegation
Northampton, Mansfield, Huddersfield and Cheltenham are are relegated to Division Three.


Division Three
Promotion

Rushden and Diamonds are promoted as champions. Hartlepool and Wrexham will also be playing in Division Two next season.

Playoffs
Bournemouth won promotion in the playoffs.

Relegation
Shrewsbury and Exeter will be playing in the Nationwide Conference next season.


Nationwide Conference
Yeovil Town promoted to the Division Three. Doncaster Rovers promoted after winning the Conference play off.


Scottish Premier League
Champions
Rangers win the title on goal difference.

Relegation
Motherwell finish bottom, but aren't relegated because the Premier League chairmen decide Division One winners Falkirk don't have a good enough ground. Falkirk have appealed to the league though.



 

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