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Image caption, Southampton celebrate their win in the play-offs against Leeds at Wembley

It was a busy weekend of football this weekend with play-offs, promotions and parades.

Rangers secured their first ever Women’s Scottish Cup and at Wembley, Southampton secured promotion from the Championship.

And in Manchester, Man City celebrated their record fourth Premier League win in a row.

Image caption, A score of 1-0 at full time means Southampton take the spot and are promoted to the Premier League.

Southampton beat Leeds in the Championship play-off final to secure an immediate return to the Premier League after one season away.

The match is often called the richest game in world football, as the winning team is expected to make £140 million pounds in future earnings from Premier League TV rights and prize money.

The Saints join Leicester and Ipswich as the third promoted team, after their 1-0 victory at Wembley.

Southampton’s Adam Armstrong scored the decisive goal leaving Leeds to push for the equaliser.

Defeat for Leeds sees them face another season in the Championship and means they have lost their past three finals at Wembley.

Rangers women’s team wins first ever Scottish Cup

Image caption, After a strike like that, who else could it be? A top performance from the right-back on the big stage

With the league cup already in the trophy cabinet, Rangers secured a domestic cup double.

Manchester City celebrate in style

Image caption, Thousands of fans turned Manchester Blue for City’s victory parade

Meanwhile there were celebrations in Manchester as Man City celebrated winning the Premier League back on 19 May.

The Citizens secured the title and became the first side in history to win the title four seasons in a row.

Fans lined the streets and braved some Manchester rain to cheer the parade as it passed through the city centre.

They got to see the Premier League trophy as well as the Fifa Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup.

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