Cardiff City will play in the top flight for the first time in 51 years. Promotion will bring huge financial rewards for the club and city.
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An open-top bus parade will be held in the Welsh capital this evening in celebration of Cardiff City's league success and promotion to the top flight.
The double-decker buses will make their way down St Mary's Street, passing Mill Lane corner, before travelling down Callaghan Square and Lloyd George Avenue to Cardiff Bay.
Although the parade will be held this evening, celebrations will be taking place in the Bay from around 3pm - with live music and large screens showing Cardiff City video highlights.
A reception will be held at the Senedd this evening before the team is presented with the trophy on stage in Roald Dahl Plass at around 8.30pm.
A firework display over the harbour will bring the celebrations to a close at around 9pm.
Cardiff Council leader Cllr Heather Joyce said it was 'only right' that the city staged a celebration to mark the club's 'incredible achievement'.
She said: "The event will hopefully give everyone a chance to see the team and show their appreciation for their achievement, as well as give us all another reason to celebrate."
Cardiff City have ended their Championship season on a high, after securing a draw against Hull.
A goal from Fraizer Campbell in the second half meant the Bluebirds were first on the scoreboard.
Hull responded quickly with goals from Nick Proschwitz and Paul McShane, putting them in the lead.
A missed penalty for the home side was followed by a Bluebirds penalty. Nicky Maynard found the back of the net, leaving the final score 2 -2.
Cardiff are in Hull for their last game of the season.
The score at half time is 0 - 0.
Cardiff City face Hull in the Championship today.
The Bluebirds have already secured a place in the top flight after winning the Championship. The team will parade their Championship trophy through the capital tomorrow.
Cardiff City's Football League Champions celebrations kick off with live music and entertainment in Cardiff Bay on Sunday.
An event to mark the club's promotion to the Premier League and their championship title will be held in Roald Dahl Plass from 3pm.
Malky Mackay and the Cardiff City squad will be at Cardiff Castle from around 5.45pm where they will greet supporters, before heading on to High Street with the Football League Trophy and boarding an open top bus for the parade.
The parade will go down St Mary Street in to Callaghan Square, Lloyd George Avenue and into the bay to join the celebrations. A reception will be held at the Senedd at around 7pm before the team is presented with the trophy on stage in Roald Dahl Plass at around 8.30pm.
A firework display will bring the celebrations to a close at around 9pm.
Cardiff City captain Mark Hudson and midfielder Peter Whittingham have been named in the Professional Football Associations’ Championship team of the season after helping their side to a first ever promotion to the Premier League.
The team - decided by their fellow players - recognises standout performances throughout the 2012/13 campaign.
The awards come as a huge endorsement of both players’ contribution towards Cardiff City’s Championship winning campaign, given that both have missed large parts of the end of season run-in.
Hudson was ruled out of action through injury and Whittingham fell out of favour with Manager Malky Mackay.
PFA Championship Team of the Year 2012/13:
- Kasper Schmeichel
- Wayne Bridge
- Kieran Trippier
- Mark Hudson
- Wes Morgan
- Peter Whittingham
- Yannick Bolasie
- Thomas Ince
- Wilfried Zaha
- Glenn Murray
- Matej Vydra