For the first time since 2004, a team not named Barcelona or Real Madrid has won the Spanish Primera.
For just the third time in Spanish history, the winner of La Liga was decided on the final day between two contenders, with Barcelona hosting Atletico Madrid at the Camp Nou.
Diego Simeone's side looked to have let the league slip through their fingers in a disastrous first half in which they lost their two best players—Diego Costa and Arda Turan—to injury and then conceded a brilliant strike by Alexis Sanchez.
But Atleti were a constant attacking threat and found their league-winning equaliser through a Diego Godin header four minutes after the interval. Barcelona have shown a weakness for set pieces this season, typified by the lack of marking on the corner where they conceded.
Just 447 travelling fans from Madrid witnessed their team win the league for the first time since 1996 (when Diego Simeone was a player) but the home crowd showed a tremendous amount of sportsmanship by clapping the new champions and chanting "Atelti."
Seeing as Barca have failed to beat Atleti in six attempts this season, they can have little complaint about handing their league title over to them.