Thousands of people are expected to turn out in Fleetwood tomorrow, to celebrate the town's promotion to League One.
Antoni Sarcevic fulfilled his promise to get Fleetwood promoted for the 6th time in 10 years as his goal won the League Two play-off final.
Graham Alexander led Fleetwood to a Sky Bet League Two play-off final at Wembley and then challenged them to make history.
Fleetwood Town manager Graham Alexander says it's only half time in the Cod Army's play off game against York City.
Town take a 1-0 lead into the second leg, after their match last night, which was postponed from Saturday because the Bootham Crescent pitch was waterlogged.
Alexander told the club's official website: “We were really pleased with the performance and obviously the result tonight.
“The clean sheet was very important and it is going to be just as difficult on Friday.
“It’s only half time in a cup-tie between two good teams we need to make sure we produce the same performance on Friday.
“You can see the focus inside them, you can see that in training and with not playing on Saturday there was a lot of pent up emotions and aggression and they wanted to play.
“You could see that in the way they played tonight and if we have to do it all again, we need to prepare right and make sure we are at it on Friday.”
Fleetwood Town have confirmed the details for the re-arranged first leg Play-Off semi-final at York City on Monday evening.
The game will kick-off at 7.45pm and all supporters who bought tickets for the game can re-use their original ticket, no matter what condition it is in.
Supporters that are unable to attend the re-arranged fixture can get a full refund from the club’s ticket office, which will be open from 12pm to 3pm on Sunday and 9am until 3.30pm on Monday.
Fleetwood Town will also be providing free coach travel to Bootham Crescent, but supporters must make contact with the football club to book their place on the coach.
The final whistle may have blown on the Football League season but three North West clubs have still got their eyes on the ball - and the play off finals at Wembley.
The Beach Kiosk in Fleetwood has launched a “Cod Army” ice cream to mark the town's footballers securing their place in the Sky Bet League Two play offs.
Midfielder Matty Blair, who scored on Saturday, took time out to enjoy a cone ahead of next weekend's first leg tie at York City.
A post-mortem examination is due to take place on the body of a man found washed up on the beach at Fleetwood on Monday.
A dog walker called police after discovering the man's body on the beach at Rossall.
His death is still being treated as unexplained.
Police are appealing for information after the body of a man was found washed up on the beach at Fleetwood yesterday, Monday 17 February.
Around 5.40pm a dog walker called police after they found the body of a man on the beach at Rossall.
The body was approximately one mile out from land and was recovered with the assistance of the Coastguard.
Enquiries are underway to identify the man and the death is being treated as unexplained at this time.
Detective Inspector Bev Foster said: “We believe this man has only been in the water for a short period of time and we are doing all we can to find out who he is and how he came to be in the water.
The man is described as white, in his late forties or mid-sixties. He is 5ft 8 to 10inches tall, medium build, clean shaven with light brown balding hair and blue eyes.
He was wearing bottoms and black cotton trousers over the top, a blue button up jacket and black lace up shoes.