Reaction from last night's game between Doncaster Rovers and Yeovil Town, which ended 2-1 to the home side.
Yeovil Town remain bottom of the Championship tonight after losing 2-1 at Doncaster Rovers.
Here's the route of the open-top bus tour to celebrate Yeovil Town's promotion to the Championship.
Yeovil Town are celebrating their promotion to the Championship today [Tuesday] with an open-top bus tour.
The players will leave Huish Park at 12.30pm and make their way to The Borough in the centre of town, where they'll stop for an hour to allow fans to see the League One play-off trophy.
Promotion brings prospects of challenge, trophies and bigger teams. But while Huish Park regularly welcomes home supporters to the stands, it's rarely a sell-out at the 9,500 seater stadium.
But things could be about to change as hosting the likes of FA Cup winners Wigan, along with teams such as Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers, should give a boost to the town's economy.
As they celebrated their success at winning promotion to the Championship, Yeovil Town's players were united by one thought: manager Gary Johnson must stay at Huish Park.
Johnson is out of contract this summer but the players were all quick to say they want him to guide them in the second tier of English football next season.
The victorious Yeovil Town team will take part in an open top bus tour of the town tomorrow [Tuesday] to celebrate their promotion to the Championship.
Manager Gary Johnson and his squad will display the Play Off Trophy from the top of the bus which will arrive at Huish Park at 12.15pm.
They will head into the Borough at approximately 1pm and will stay for around an hour. At 2pm the team will head for Agusta Westland in Lysander Road arriving at approximately 2.30pm. After another hour of celebrations the buss will head back to Huish Park.
Yeovil Town's Joe Edwards is celebrating being back in the Championship after the team's Play Off Final win over Brentford. The former Bristol City player has also pleaded for manager Gary Johnson, who is out of contract, to stay and guide the team next season.
Yeovil's Sam Foley was playing non-league football with Newport County ten months ago.
Next season he'll be playing in the Championship. He describes it as 'unreal':
Yeovil Town defender Byron Webster describes today's win as the 'best moment of his career'.
He's looking forward to playing big clubs like Leeds United and QPR next season:
Yeovil Town's Assistant Manager Terry Skiverton has seen it all at Huish Park.
He arrived as a player when Yeovil were a non-league club. He became captain and led the team into the Football League in 2003, and up to League One two years later.
Skiverton replaced Russell Slade as manager in 2009, before stepping aside when Gary Johnson returned to the club at the beginning of 2012: