On the pitch, it was Hull who won out as they beat Sheffield Wednesday in the final of the Championship play-off - but in the stands it was a different story.
The Wednesday end was packed as Owls fans watched their side slip to a 1-0 defeat thanks to Mohamed Diame's second-half strike, but there were rows and rows of empty seats among the City support.
-- Matt Lawrence (@xMATTxLAWx) May 28, 2016
-- Russ Appleby (@RussAppleby) May 28, 2016
The Hull fans are about to have the last laugh though, as there will be barely any queue for the bogs in their end at HT.
-- Coral (@Coral) May 28, 2016
Hull City are not a premier league club, fans can't even be bothered to go to Wembley.
-- Tom Davis (@BigTomD) May 28, 2016
Shocking turnout by Hull City fans at Wembley, far better by Sheffield Wednesday... pic.twitter.com/KM2RAdP19H
-- Aidan Radnedge (@aidanrad) May 28, 2016
Where were they all?
At least those who were there had made an effort.
The army of Wednesday fans were making themselves heard in the stadium as well as on social media.
But it was all for nothing as Diame scored an absolute cracker after 72 minutes to send Steve Bruce's men back into the Premier League.
Did anyone hear Hull City fans cheer that goal? Are they even in the stadium?
-- alex (@GotzeEsque) May 28, 2016
"Sends those hull city fans into ecstasy" what all 400 off them
-- Shaun Rooney (@ShaunRooney23) May 28, 2016
Not everyone thought the empty seats spoke badly of the City fans.
Apparently Hull have sold more tickets than their average attendance today so are you against glory supporters, or against the lack of them?
-- Jonny Gabriel (@JonnyGabriel) May 28, 2016
Hull's average gate is less than 17k & people wonder why they can't shift 39k for Wembley? At least their end isn't full of glory supporters
-- Barrington Pigfoot (@TrademarkHound) May 28, 2016
Instead of moaning about hull support where have these extra 20000 fans came from for Sheffield Wednesday #glorysupporters
-- joe hill (@JoedcfcHill) May 28, 2016
And of course, a trip to Wembley isn't exactly cheap.
-- Connor Johnston (@its_coj) May 28, 2016
And in the end, it doesn't really matter how many fans were in the stands.
All week Wednesday fans have been goading Hull's ticket sales, who cares, they didn't need 40000000000 fans to get them over the line.
-- Chris (@_ChrisPettitt) May 28, 2016
Welcome back to the Premier League, Hull.