Derby's draw with Huddersfield means Brighton are promoted
Huddersfield had to win all their remaining games to be in with a chance of pipping Brighton to the automatic promotion spots.
Brighton beat Wigan 2-1 earlier today to put them on the brink of the big time.
And Huddersfield’s 1-1 draw at Derby means the Seagulls now cannot be caught.
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"It's been five years now for me, and it's been hard for me because we were really close to getting promoted for five seasons,” Brighton captain Bruno told the BBC.
"From the first day, Brighton felt like home, not just for me but for my family as well, my wife, my kids, we're happy here.
"I came five years ago trying to get to the Premier League. And when you get it, you think about how much you worked for that. I don't have words to describe it."
Brighton fans celebrated their win over Wigan earlier today
Huddersfield looked like they were on course for victory after Collin Quaner put the Terriers in front nine minutes in.
But Jacob Butterfield’s late strike means the best finish Town can now hope for is third.
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