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Mills: 'Promotion is everything'

York City boss Gary Mills says winning promotion to the Football League would mean everything to the club.

The Minstermen travel to Wembley to take on Luton Town in this Sunday's Blue Square Bet Premier play-off final.

If York win, they would be back in the Football League for the first time since 2004. It would also see the club claim a Wembley double this season after last weekend's FA Trophy victory over Newport.

Speaking ahead of the game, Mills said: "[Promotion is] Everything. Absolutely everything."

"It's an opportunity for all us to get York City back in the Football League, and instead of saying 'We're in the conference' saying, 'We're a Football League club' again."

"Big day for us. But I'm sure we can do it."

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Two Northern League teams at Wembley

Two Northern League football teams, Dunston UTS and West Auckland, contest the FA Carlsberg Vase final at Wembley today. It's the first time since 1954 that two North-East sides will have met at Wembley.

It's also only the third time in FA Vase history that two teams from the same league have played one another in the final and the eighth time in the past 16 years that the Northern League will have provided at least one of the Vase finalists.

Last chance for Vase final tickets

FA Vase final takes place this Sunday at Wembley Credit: ITV

Football fans wanting to support West Auckland Town in this season's FA Vase final have until tonight to purchase tickets.

The County Durham club face Gateshead-based Dunston UTS in Sunday's final showdown at Wembley.

Both team's have been allocated 6,000 tickets for supporters. But West Auckland fans wanting to buy them in advance have until 8:30pm tonight.

Any tickets not sold will be sent back to the FA after that time.

Dunston UTS and West Auckland Town players pose with FA Vase trophy Credit: ITV

Dunston UTS fans will have an extra 24-hours to buy their tickets, with sales ending at 8:30pm tomorrow. The club has currently sold more than 2,000 of its allocation.

Supporters who miss the deadlines can still pay at the gate at Wembley on Sunday.

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