Newport and Wrexham are in action today as they battle for a place in the Football League.
Wrexham beat Grimsby 4-1 in a penalty shoot out at Wembley to win the FA Trophy yesterday
Fans have already snapped up nearly 10,000 tickets for the match, which will take place on March 24th.
Wrexham Captain Dean Keates has agreed a contract extension to keep him at the Racecourse Ground for at least another season.
The future of the former Walsall man had been cast into doubt after he revealed that he was unimpressed by an offer made to him following Wrexham’s Conference playoff final defeat to Newport County, and that he was considering his options.
But the club today revealed that he has agreed a new deal and will now help the Dragons as they look to fight off their disappointing end to the campaign and have another shot at promotion back to the football league next season.
Keates is the latest in a series of new contract agreements reached by Manager Andy Morrell with his squad as they plan for the next season.
Striker Jay Colbeck has also today agreed a one-year deal, following Keates, defender Stephen Wright, Leon Clowes and youngsters Steve Tomassen and Andy Coughlin.
Speaking after agreeing to his new deal Colbeck, who is Wrexham’s longest serving player, told the club’s website:
"I'm delighted and to be offered another years is brilliant,"
"I've grown to love the club and happy to be staying on again.
"It's tough for young lads to establish themselves in this league, as it's very much about experience and there's a lot of big lads around.
"But this is the best place for me to develop as a player, working with the Gaffer and Billy. I know I can improve as a player and hopefully, get some more game time.
An open-top bus parade through Newport is due to begin at 6pm this evening.
The bus will leave Rodney Parade and travel along Corporation Road, Clarence Place and up to the Civic Centre for a drinks reception.
One Newport County fan Darren Broadribb says the celebrations haven't stopped since Sunday's victory.
Newport County celebrate their promotion to the football league with an open-top bus parade through the city at 6pm today.
The club's shop manager Mick White told ITV News merchandise is flying off the shelves.
Newport County will celebrate their promotion to the football league with an open-top bus parade through the city later today.
The bus will leave Rodney Parade at 6pm and travel along Corporation Road, Clarence Place and up to the Civic Centre for a drinks reception.
The bus will leave the Civic Centre at 7pm and return to Rodney Parade where Newport's Mayor, Councillor John Guy, will present the club with a framed scroll congratulating them on their achievement.
It has been Welsh football’s most successful season for decades.
ITV Cymru Wales’ cameras have been following the fight for cups and promotion for a special programme to be broadcast tonight.
FT: Newport 2-0 Wrexham. All the reds fans rise as one and chant the team's name. We're all gutted but we'll come back stronger once againFrom @Wrexham_FC on Twitter:
the reds take to the Wembley steps again but this time pain is etched across their faces.From @Wrexham_FC on Twitter: