All over. Hull City, Burnley and QPR are down to the Championship after a season in the top flight.
As the 2014-15 football season reached its conclusion, here are the full list of confirmed relegated teams.
Burnley and QPR look increasingly doomed after their weekend results. Both teams joined Hull City to the relegations zone.
HULL City were relegated from the Premier League after failing to beat Manchester United on the final day of the season.
The Tigers were condemned to the Championship after a 0-0 draw at the KC Stadium.
Fans wept and the players collapsed to the ground when the final whistle went, bringing an end to City’s two seasons in the top flight of English football.
According to the manager, Steve Bruce, "In football, there are times like you feel like today. Relegation from the Premier League. You are desperately disappointed with what has happened. It is an awful experience, and it will dawn on the players we are not in the Premier League anymore.
"Too many times I have come out and said we haven't done badly and not scored. The team in general have to create and score goals. We have had umpteen chances and not been able to take them. That is 17 or 18 times we have not been able to score.
"We all have to take the brunt of it, we have not been good enough. I thought at the start of the season we would have enough to stay in the Premier League but we have not done enough.
"You have to come back as strong as possible. There is talking and soul searching to be done. It is bitter and sad at the moment."