Birmingham Relegated to third tier for first time since 1995

Birmingham have been relegated from the Sky Bet Championship despite a 1-0 home win over Norwich at St Andrew's on the final day of the season.

Birmingham's turbulent campaign, where six men have managed the club at one point or another, means their 13-season stay in the Championship is over and they return to the third tier for the first time in 29 years.

The Blues, who beat Norwich after Seung-Ho Paik's second-half winner, would have stayed up if either Blackburn or Sheffield Wednesday had lost at Leicester and Sunderland respectively, or if Plymouth had failed to win at home to Hull.

Gary Rowett's side would also have stayed up if they drew against the Canaries and Plymouth had lost by five goals.

Norwich, meanwhile, will face Leeds in the play-offs after David Wagner's side finished sixth.