The squad of Rochdale football club will gather at the club's Spotland Stadium for a parade this evening to celebrate their promotion into League One.
The team will travel in an open top bus and be given a civic reception in front of crowds at the town hall.
The bus leaves Spotland at 6pm and arrives at the town hall at 6:15pm and the team will appear on the balcony at 6:30pm
Mark Widdup, Director of Economy and Environment, is hoping everyone will come and show the team their support:
"The town is buzzing and we are encouraging as many as possible to come down and watch the team arrive at the town hall to show them our support.
Promotion to League One means a lot to the borough and we're hopeful of a large turnout.
It's been another amazing season for Rochdale Football Club.
The manager, players and everyone connected with the club have worked really hard, so we're delighted to help them celebrate their thoroughly deserved success.
They also want to thank the fans for their support."
The celebrations are underway at Spotland where Rochdale have secured promotion to Sky Bet League One.
Dale were 2-0 winners against Cheltenham, while promotion rivals Fleetwood could only manage a 1-1 draw with Southend.
Fleetwood will now have to settle for a shot at the play-offs.
League Two Rochdale take on Championship side Sheffield Wednesday at Spotland in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill and goalscorer Scott Hogan reflect on their shock 2-0 win over Leeds in the FA Cup 3rd Round.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill looks ahead to the visit of Leeds United in the FA Cup Third Round.
Rochdale FC's new manager Keith Hill has overseen his first training session back at the club.
It's his second spell managing Rochdale. Hill left in 2011 and was known as the club's most successful boss.
He's replaced John Coleman who was sacked on Monday. Hill's contract will run until the end of the season.