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.
After York City's 2-1 Wembley win over Luton which sees them return to the Football League our Sports correspondent John Shires spoke to the Minstermen's goalscorers Matty Blair and Ashley Chambers plus manager Gary Mills , director Sophie Hicks and chairman Jason McGill
York City are back at Wembley for their Blue Square Premier play-off final against Luton. If they win, it will take the Minstermen back into the Football League and bring to an end eight long seasons in the non-league wilderness. Thousands of fans have made the trip from York to London.