Aston Villa secured their first European qualification in over a decade thanks to a 2-1 win over Brighton at Villa Park on the final day of the Premier League season.
Douglas Luiz and Ollie Watkins scored in the first half to give Villa a two-goal lead, while Deniz Undav replied for Brighton, who had already clinched sixth place and a spot in the Europa League.
It was a remarkable achievement for Unai Emery, who took charge of Villa in October when they were 17th in the table with only two wins from 11 games.
The former Arsenal, PSG and Sevilla boss guided Villa to 15 league wins and seventh place, which means they will play in the inaugural Europa Conference League next season.
Brighton, who will make their European debut next season, had a goal disallowed by VAR for offside before Undav scored from a clever set-piece routine.
They pushed for an equaliser in the second half, but Villa held on to end their 13-year absence from European competition.