The chase for a top-four place was a dramatic one on the final day of the Premier League campaign.
Here, the PA news agency looks at how the chase for Champions League qualification unfolded.
4:16pm: Chelsea and Leicester in top four
Leicester moved into the top four at Liverpool's expense after Jamie Vardy's penalty gave them the lead over Tottenham.
4:35pm: Liverpool and Leicester in top four
Sadio Mane fired Liverpool ahead at home to Crystal Palace, lifting them up to third and nudging Chelsea down to fifth.
4:40pm: Liverpool and Chelsea in top four
Harry Kane's equaliser at Leicester means the Foxes are out of the top four, with Chelsea back in.
4:44pm: Liverpool and Chelsea in top four
Bertrand Traore's goal gave Villa the lead against Chelsea, meaning just goal difference kept Thomas Tuchel's team above Leicester and in the top four.
5:09pm: Liverpool and Leicester in top four
Jamie Vardy's spot-kick put Leicester back into the top four, with Chelsea dropping out.
5:13pm: Liverpool and Leicester in top four
Anwar El Ghazi's penalty left Chelsea two goals down and apparently facing an uphill task to get back into the top four.
5:19pm: Liverpool and Leicester in top four
Blues' hopes of a comeback at Villa Park were not helped when Timo Werner's goal was ruled out for offside.
5:30pm: Liverpool and Leicester in top four
The Blues are given hope by Ben Chilwell's goal.
5:33pm: Liverpool and Chelsea in top four
Davinson Sanchez nodded Son Heung-min's corner goalwards and goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel appeared to get the final touch as the ball ended up in the net for Tottenham's equaliser – nudging Brendan Rodgers' team out of the top four positions.
5:35pm: Liverpool and Chelsea in top four
Liverpool's job looked to have been completed when Mane's shot deflected in via Gary Cahill to give the hosts a 2-0 lead Anfield.
5:44pm: Liverpool and Chelsea in top four
Gareth Bale's goal gave Spurs a 3-2 lead and ended Leicester's hopes of Champions League action.
5:52pm: Liverpool and Chelsea in top four
Bale gets his second goal and caps a bad day for Leicester, who have to settle for Europa League action next season.