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Mark Chapman introduces highlights from the day's two Premier League fixtures.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says the Premier League title is his reward for the risk he took in returning to Stamford Bridge.
Manuel Pellegrini says Chelsea won the league without the attacking flair or goals of his Manchester City side a year ago.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal strips Robin van Persie of penalty duties after his miss against West Brom.
Newcastle United defender Mike Williamson denies getting sent off deliberately during Saturday's defeat at Leicester.
MK Dons are promoted to the Championship with victory over relegated Yeovil Town, as rivals Preston lose at Colchester.
Sergio Aguero effectively secures Manchester City a Champions League place while denting Spurs' top-four hopes.
Chelsea secure their fourth Premier League title as Eden Hazard's first-half penalty rebound defeats Crystal Palace.
Preston miss out on automatic promotion as they suffer a narrow loss to Colchester, who clinch League One survival.
Champions Bristol City thrash Walsall, prior to being presented with the League One trophy at Ashton Gate.
Notts County are relegated to League Two after losing to three late goals at Gillingham.
Coventry City win to preserve their League One place and relegate Crawley Town to League Two.
Leyton Orient's final-day draw at play-off contenders Swindon counts for nothing as they are relegated to League Two.
Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen wins the Scottish Professional Footballers' Association player of the year award.
John Hughes wins PFA Scotland manager of the year after guiding Inverness to currently third and the Scottish Cup final.
Notts County Ladies beat Everton at Goodison Park to progress to the first ever FA Women's Cup final at Wembley.
Paris St-Germain remain on course to win the Ligue 1 title as victory over Nantes sends them three points clear.
Roma climb above Lazio and into an automatic Champions League place in Serie A with a win over Genoa.
Italian and Spanish clubs could play a lucrative '39th game' overseas according to leading figures at AC Milan and Malaga.
BBC Sport looks at five key reasons behind Chelsea's Premier League title win.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he feels "proud" after his team were crowned Premier League champions, but admits he is "tired" and "needs a rest".
BBC football expert Pat Nevin explains how Jose Mourinho's philosophy on defending has been key in Chelsea's march towards the Premier League title this season.
Newly-crowned Premier League champions Nemanja Matic and Thibault Courtois tell BBC Sport how "proud" they feel after their "special" Premier League title win.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits his side's lack of goals is "a concern" following their 1-0 defeat at home to West Brom.
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat is delighted after his side "worked their socks off" to put in a "real team performance" and claim a 2-1 win over Southampton at the Stadium of Light.
West Brom manager Tony Pulis says his side needed a "little bit of luck" to beat Manchester United but praised his team's work ethic and resilience as they defeated the Red Devils 1-0 away at Old Trafford.
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood hails the impact of Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph after winning 3-2 against Everton.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says that captain Steve Gerrard is a "truly remarkable player" after his match-winning header in the 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers.
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman describes the performance of his team as "strange" after they lost 2-1 against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez thinks his side showed "two very different faces" as they lost 3-2 away against Aston Villa, and were "nowhere near" their best in the first-half.
Queens Park Rangers head coach Chris Ramsey admits his side face "a monumental task" to stay up after suffering a late 2-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield.
Swansea City manager Garry Monk believes that his side were "excellent" in their 2-0 victory over Stoke City as they close in on a top-10 finish.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says he was "extremely shocked" by Michael Duff's sending off and said the red card left his team with a "mountain to climb", as they were beaten 1-0 by West Ham.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says his team's 1-0 victory over Burnley is "very satisfying" after capitalising on "a bit of luck" when the Claret's Michael Duff was sent off.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says it was a "beautiful game" at Tottenham but admits his side were lucky to win 1-0.
Newcastle manager John Carver says he "can't accept" the lack of determination and effort from his players, and believes Mike Williamson was sent off "on purpose", following their 3-0 defeat away against Leicester.
BBC Sport pundit Martin Keown believes that Newcastle United head coach John Carver is "out of his depth" following their latest 3-0 defeat to Leicester City.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes Sergio Aguero's goal in Manchester City's 1-0 win was "a little bit lucky".
Dundee United's hopes of qualifying for Europe get a boost as Aberdeen's brave title challenge comes to an end.
Hearts come from two goals behind to draw with Rangers on the day they lift the Scottish Championship trophy.
Former Manchester United and England captain David Beckham celebrates his 40th birthday today, to honour this we picked out seven moments you may have forgotten.
The Football Focus team attempt to recreate Chelsea's game of head tennis.
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson says his team's commitment to the season has helped them "negotiate through some tough times" as they comfortably beat Newcastle 3-0.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes was "disappointed" with his side's second-half performance as they lost at Swansea City.
BBC Sport's Mark Lawrenson takes on former Rolling Stones star Bill Wyman in this weekend's Premier League predictions.
Watch Leicester manager Nigel Pearson and BBC Sport's Pat Murphy exchange strong views at a news conference.
Ronny Deila's side go within 90 minutes of the Scottish Premiership title after they dismantle Dundee at Celtic Park.
MK Dons boss Karl Robinson tells Football Focus that he and his players are ready to cap off an "extraordinary season" by winning promotion to the Championship for the first time in the club's history.
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson takes exception to a journalist's question, calling him "stupid", "daft" and an "ostrich".
Which "icon" does Garth doff his hat to? Who is the man to save Nigel Pearson? And whose form might win him a move away?
Newcastle's complacency when appointing cheap and cheerful John Carver could cost them, says Phil McNulty.
Consistency of selection, playing to their strengths, and individual aplomb have been behind Celtic's first title win under Ronny Deila.
Steve Cotterill, manager of League One champions Bristol City, explains how he went about building his title-winning team.
All you need to know about promotion, relegation and the race for Europe in England and Scotland's top football leagues.
BBC Sport expert Mark Lawrenson takes on ex-Rolling Stones star Bill Wyman with his Premier League predictions.
To mark the 40th birthday of David Beckham, a selection of portraits have been commissioned by the Bleacher Report.
Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.
Hibernian midfielder Scott Allan has been named the Scottish Championship's PFA player of the year.
Swansea City have added an aggressive edge to their game under manager Garry Monk, says defender Angel Rangel.
Referee Ross Dunlop says he made the right call in a controversial incident involving Michael Gault during the Irish Cup final.
Following Jose Mourinho's third Premier League title win at Chelsea, we look at the Special One's record in numbers.