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York City's success at Wembley has been praised in a Parliamentary motion. Nine Yorkshire MPs have so far signed an Early Day Motion tabled by the York Central MP Hugh Bayley, congratulating the club on it's "two outstandingly successful victories"
This house congratulates York City Football Club on its two outstandingly successful victories at Wembley in May 2012 to win the FA Trophy and promotion to the Football League;
welcomes the proposal to build a new community stadium in York; and wishes the club every success in its first season back in the Football League.
There've been great scenes in York tonight as the city's football team celebrated promotion back to the football league with an open topped bus tour and civic reception. Chris Dawkes reports
Fans chant as they wait for the team on an open top bus.
An open-top bus parade will mark York City's return to the Football League.
The Minstermen secured promotion in the play-off finals with a 2-1 win over Luton Town at Wembley on Sunday. York City’s players will travel through the streets of York on an open-top bus.
They are expected to leave Bootham Crescent at 6pm and pass through Blake Street, Davygate, Parliament Street and Coney Street before ending up at the Mansion House. The parade will be followed by a reception for the players at the city's Guildhall.