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The route has been announced for the North Shields victory parade on Friday.
Players will show off the FA Vase on an open-top bus which will leave from the Robins' ground at 6.30pm, travel to Tynemouth and through the cente of North Shields and will finish at the Chirton Social Club at 8.30pm.
North Shields FC lifted the trophy at Wembley Stadium on May 9th after a 2-1 victory over Derbyshire side Glossop North End.
The manager of non-league North Shields said his team must not ease off as it prepares for a Wembley cup final.
The club beat Highworth Town at the weekend to secure a place in the final of the FA Vase in May.
Manager Graham Fenton said there was still much to do.
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Spennymoor Town FC players have been welcomed home by crowds lining the streets.
The team won the FA Vase on Saturday after beating Tunbridge Wells 2-1 at Wembley.
Today they are parading through the town on an open top bus.
The open-top bus is prepared at Spennymoor's ground ahead of the victory parade.
Bunting is up in the town centre and fans are packing out the pubs and cafes.
Spennymoor Town FC won the FA Vase at Wembley on Saturday.
Spennymoor footballers will tour the town in an open-topped bus this afternoon after they won at Wembley on Saturday.
The non-league side are bringing home the FA Vase trophy, but before this afternoon's celebrations can start, the team still have a match to finish.
Spennymoor FC fans watch the game against Shildon before they celebrate the FA Vase win with an open-top bus tour.
The team beat Tunbridge Wells 2-1 at Wembley.
It's celebration day for players from Spennymoor FC who will tour the County Durham town later in an open-top bus, to celebrate winning the FA Vase. The team beat Tunbridge Wells at Wembley to keep the trophy in the North of England for the fifth year in a row.