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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:
Yeovil Town captain Jamie McAllister reveals he broke his nose in the first minute of today's game:
For those who couldn't make it to Wembley, the pubs and clubs of Yeovil were packed with supporters cheering their team on in front of the big screen.
Our reporter Wesley Smith joined fans who will be celebrating long into the night:
More than 20,000 Glovers' fans witnessed their team's victory at Wembley.
That's a big turnout for a Somerset town with a population of around 40,000.
Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth spent the day with some of them:
We'll bring you highlights of today's game on our news programme at 6.45pm on ITV.