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Luton was at a stand still today as 15,000 fans gathered in St George's Square to celebrate the football club's promotion to League football.
ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson joined the celebrations, click below to watch his report.
There have been scenes of celebration in Luton as crowds gathered to mark Luton Town's return to League football, after being promoted from the Conference.
Here is a selection of images from the celebrations.
The Conference Trophey was held high by players as they celebrated their return to League football.
Around 15,000 fans turned out to take part in the celebrations which included an open top bus tour around the town.
After five years on the outside looking in, Luton are back where their fans believe they belong.
The Hatters took 101 points and 102 goals, with a winning margin of 18 points over their nearest rivals.
Luton Town Football Club will be honoured with a promotion parade through the centre of town followed by a civic reception on Sunday.
The event is being held to mark the Hatters return to the Football League.
The open top bus will leave the club at 11.30am and go down the following roads travelling at a walking pace:
The parade will finish at St George’s Square at about 12.30 where they will be welcomed by the Mayor of Luton.
After a ceremony there the players and officials will be invited to a formal civic reception in the Town Hall.
Other roads which will be closed from 9am until 4pm because of the event are:
Upper George Street
Luton Borough Council are asking people who want to watch the parade to allow plenty of time to get into the town centre.