BBC Sport outlines the ups, downs and the race for European places across the English and Scottish leagues.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUALIFIERS: Chelsea and Arsenal straight into group stages. Manchester United and Everton to play qualifiers.
UEFA CUP QUALIFIERS: Liverpool, Bolton and Middlesbrough. Plus one more possible place through Fair Play League.
RELEGATION: Southampton, Norwich and Crystal Palace.
LEAGUE CUP: Chelsea.
FA CUP: Arsenal.
ALSO PROMOTED: Wigan and West Ham United.
RELEGATED: Rotherham, Nottingham Forest and Gillingham.
ALSO PROMOTED: Hull and Sheffield Wednesday.
RELEGATED: Stockport, Peterborough, Wrexham and Torquay.
ALSO PROMOTED: Scunthorpe, Swansea and Southend.
RELEGATED: Cambridge and Kidderminster.
RELEGATED: Leigh RMI, Farnborough and Northwich.
PROMOTED TO CONFERENCE: Grays Athletic, Southport and Altrincham.
SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE
CHAMPIONS: Rangers - The Ibrox side will have to play one qualifying tie to reach Champions League group stages.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUALIFIER: Celtic - will have to negotiate two qualifying rounds to reach group stage.
UEFA CUP QUALIFICATION: Hibernian (3rd place finish) Dundee United (Scottish Cup runners-up to Celtic).
LEAGUE CUP: Rangers
SCOTTISH CUP: Celtic
DIVISION ONE: Falkirk promoted as champions, while Raith Rovers and Partick Thistle are relegated.
DIVISION TWO: Brechin (champions) and Stranraer promoted. Berwick Rangers and Arbroath go down.
DIVISION THREE: Gretna (champions) and Peterhead promoted. No relegation from this division.