Ipswich Town now know their full list of foes for the Championship next season after Sheffield Wednesday won the League One Play-Off Final in dramatic fashion.

Josh Windass gave the Owls a 1-0 victory with a superb diving header in the 123rd minute of their clash with Barnsley at Wembley this afternoon.

It was pretty much the last action of a match which appeared destined for penalties and had seen Barnsley play much of the second half with ten men after Adam Phillips was shown a straight red card for a foul on Lee Gregory.

East Anglian Daily Times: Sheffield Wednesday players and fans celebrate their dramatic late winner at WembleySheffield Wednesday players and fans celebrate their dramatic late winner at Wembley (Image: PA Images)

Former Town striker James Norwood was one of the Tykes' best players after coming on as a half-time substitute.

Match winner Windass said: "It's one of the fan bases in the country. I've played for a couple of big clubs but look at this, it's unbelievable.

"We've been good on the pitch this year. The club's got a lot of work to do to catch up with the other clubs off the pitch, but hopefully we can do that and start being the giant club that we are."

The promotion caps a remarkable season for the Owls, who fielded the oldest team in the third tier, which saw them finish third on 96 points and then battle back from a 4-0 deficit after the first leg of their play-off semi-final against Peterborough to reach Wembley.

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Boss Darren Moore added: "I'm just really pleased for everyone connected with the club, to win in that manner was tremendous.

"Coming into the game, the expectation was huge, the only way to get over the line was by being together and we had that today.

"There was a lot of interest [after the semi-final], but we just wanted to get back on the pitch and go through the basic dynamics and just settle them down, saying the job isn't done yet. They're a humble group, I'm grateful to work with them.

"For the football club, we don't want to stand still, we want to move forward."

East Anglian Daily Times: Former Ipswich Town striker James Norwood, left, impressed for BarnsleyFormer Ipswich Town striker James Norwood, left, impressed for Barnsley (Image: PA Images)

With Wednesday's win, the full Championship line-up for 2023/24 is set.

It wil be...

Relegated from Premier League

- Leicester City

- Leeds United

- Southampton

Promoted from League One

- Plymouth Argyle

- Ipswich Town

- Sheffield Wednesday

Others (in order of finishing position this season)

- Middlesbrough

- Coventry City

- Sunderland

- Blackburn Rovers

- Millwall

- West Brom

- Swansea City

- Watford

- Preston North End

- Norwich City

- Bristol City

- Hull City

- Stoke City

- Birmingham City

- Huddersfield Town

- Rotherham United


- Cardiff City