Newly promoted Leicester City have secured the Championship title after a 1-0 win at Bolton Wanderers.
Leicester City have taken another step towards promotion as the Foxes make history setting a new club record.
A comprehensive look ahead to all the weekend's games in the Championship for our local teams.
Leicester City have signed defender Matthew Upson on a one-year deal.
The 35-year-old, who will start with the Foxes in July, has 22 England caps.
Two Midland football managers have been honoured by their peers at the League Managers Association's annual awards dinner.
Still celebrating their promotion to the Premier League, Leicester City's Nigel Pearson was crowned Championship Manager of the Year, having sealed the deal with six games to spare and leading the team to a club record of 102 points.
And Wolves' manager Kenny Jackett was named League One Manager of the Year, sharing the honour with Leyton Orient's Russell Slade.
Jackett took over after the club suffered a humiliating double-relegation, with fans' morale at an all-time low - but managed to secure promotion back into the Championship and the title, topping 100 points.
Dedicated Leicester City fans are continuing to queue this morning to become applicants for season tickets for the 2014/15 campaign.
A maximum of 7,000 tickets are available to new applicants.
The tickets are proving to be extremely popular following the Foxes promotion to the Premier League.
Lucky applicants will get the chance to watch their side against the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United.
Leicester City's players were caught on the club's cameras singing 'We are the Champions' with X Factor winner and Foxes fan, Sam Bailey.
They were celebrating their Championship title win with an open-top bus tour of the city, which was seen by 40,000 people.
Many of Leicester City's players gave interviews while on an open top bus parade of the city over the weekend, to celebrate the Championship title achievement and promotion to the Premier League.
The club spoke to the manager, Nigel Pearson, and players including David Nugent, Matty James, Danny Drinkwater and Andy King while on the bus tour.
Leicester City players have made a triumphant entrance into the city centre as part of a celebratory open-top bus tour to mark their promotion to the Premier League.
Watch the video here:
X Factor winner Sam Bailey has taken to the stage to entertain the crowds celebrating Leicester City's promotion.
Starting off with Power of Love, she also sang her winner's hit Skyscraper, with the promise that she would treat the crowd to a rendition of We Are the Champions later on.
Hundreds of fans have started to gather in Leicester city centre ahead of an afternoon of festivities marking the Foxes' promotion to the Premier League.
Waving club flags and wielding banners reading: "We are Premier League", the fans cheered as DJs kicked off the occasion.
The team will go on an open-top bus tour of the city to mark both the promotion and winning the Championship title.
It will be followed by an after-party at the club's grounds with 4,000 fans, starring Leicester-born X Factor winner Sam Bailey.
Tickets to the Leicester City promotion after-party, starring X Factor winner Sam Bailey, have now sold out.
Thousands of fans have seized the chance to celebrate with the team and management, with live music and a Q&A session also on the cards.
SOLD OUT: Today's 'All Back To Ours' after-party sold out. Please do not travel to King Power Stadium after the bus parade without a ticket.
People who do not have a ticket are warned not to go to the event as there will be no tickets on the door.
Everyone get down town today, boys lifting the cup and parading round town on an open top bus.. Gonna be awesome... See ya there. X