Prior to that, the men in tangerine have also earned promotion through this method in 1992, 2001, 2007, 2010 and 2017.
They also lost the finals in 1991 and 2012.
Nevertheless, the play-offs are clearly Blackpool’s favoured method of leapfrogging into the next division as they’ve not won automatic promotion since 1985.
Blackpool’s record is so good, they’ve actually come out on top in 18 of the 26 play-off ties they’ve faced, giving them a hugely impressive win rate of 69.2 per cent.
The Seasiders haven’t even tasted defeat in their previous 12 semi-final encounters, while their last defeat came to West Ham United in the Championship play-off final in 2012 - meaning they’ve lost just one of their last 18 play-off ties.
The Terriers have won the play-offs four times in their history, their last one coming in 2017 when they overcame Reading on penalties to reach the top flight.
The West Yorkshire outfit also won the play-offs in 1995, 2004 and 2012 and, like Blackpool, have managed to win promotion via the play-offs in all three divisions of the Football League.
Huddersfield’s opponents Forest have never won the play-offs - famously losing to the Seasiders in the semi-finals in 2010 - and had never even featured at the new Wembley until this weekend.
The Championship play-off final kicks off at 4.30pm on Sunday, with the League Two final taking place between Mansfield Town and Port Vale on Saturday.
Crystal Palace have also won the play-offs on four occasions, while Peterborough United have won them three times.