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Summary

  1. Live updates from Huddersfield Town's promotion parade
  2. Parade starts from John Smith's Stadium and heads to town centre
  3. Celebrations after team clinched promotion with win over Reading at Wembley
  4. Promotion worth at least £170m according to experts

Live Reporting

By Nick Wilmshurst and Tom Airey

All times stated are UK

  1. Welcome to the Premier League, Huddersfield Town

    What a memorable couple of days it has been for Terriers fans, with West Yorkshire finally having a top flight team once again.

    Defensively astute with a strong collective work ethic, it's going to be very interesting to see how they get on with the big boys.

    Congratulations Huddersfield.

    Players on stage
    Wagner
    Fans
  2. And the award for selfie of the day goes to...

    At one point during the stage celebrations, the team turned their backs on the crowd.

    It looked a bit weird from the audience's point of view, but this was the result, selfie of the day?

    HTFC selfie
  3. Terriers fans say 'danke' to Wagner

    It's time for a very basic German lesson for Huddersfield Town's supporters, as they all say danke schön to manager David Wagner.

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  4. Hoyle hoisted aloft after thanking fans

    Dean Hoyle, Town's chairman, plays up to the crowd and they're loving it!

    After he spoke on stage, he was raised up into the air:

    Quote Message: I thank David, these guys [players], backroom staff, people that have worked at the club for 30-odd years. It's such an incredible moment. But the people I feel most proud of is you guys." from Dean Hoyle Huddersfield Town chairman
    Dean HoyleHuddersfield Town chairman
    Dean Hoyle
  5. Terriers fans gain high vantage point in square

    Is this the new queuing system for people wanting to sit on the top deck of the bus?

    Bus stop
  6. Players' view of Terriers square celebrations

    Here's the view the players have across St. George's Square in Huddersfield right now.

    If you're a passer-by legging it for a train on the other side of the square, you're probably going to miss it.

    Players on stage
  7. Wagner 'best manager' Hudson has ever worked for

    You know that bit at the end of the night when you've "had a few" and suddenly everyone's your best mate..

    That:

    Quote Message: It's been epic, he's been by far the best manager I've ever worked for." from Mark Hudson Huddersfield Town captain
    Mark HudsonHuddersfield Town captain
  8. Wagner lifts trophy in front of packed square

    St. George's Square erupts in cheers as Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner lifts the Championship Play-Off trophy.

    Wagner
  9. Injured Smith takes to the stage

    Tommy Smith was injured during the win over Reading and stretchered from the Wembley pitch but he's back up on stage today in front of the crowds with his leg in a pot.

    He gets a huge cheer:

    Quote Message: You've been absolutely fantastic all season, we'll see you in the Premier League next season." from Tommy Smith Huddersfield Town defender
    Tommy SmithHuddersfield Town defender
  10. Huddersfield have 'no limits' in the Premier League

    Defender Christopher Schindler has been on stage talking to the crowd, he says the victory is all for them:

    Quote Message: I just wanted to make you guys happy, we've got no limits we can achieve anything." from Christopher Schindler Huddersfield Town
    Christopher SchindlerHuddersfield Town
  11. Harold Wilson towers above fans in square

    Despite the crowds in St. George's Square, the statue of Harold Wilson still has the best view of the action.

    What a great image.

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  12. Who needs a compere when you've got a head coach?

    Amazing scenes in St. Georges Square as the compere for the event tries to address the crowd and the team as head coach David Wagner keeps grabbing the mic off him.

    He then simply starts chanting and the crowd are loving it!

    David Wagner
  13. 'We have the entire town behind us'

    Just imagine being a Town player or the manager today, Nahki Wells tries to sum it up:

    Quote Message: It's been amazing, the support's been fantastic. We have the entire town behind us, and to see them is a great feeling." from Nahki Wells Huddersfield Town striker
    Nahki WellsHuddersfield Town striker
  14. Hoyle celebrates aboard the Terriers bus

    Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle just carried out the classic 'hold a drink while celebrating with the fans' technique.

    It's going to be quite an evening for everyone involved in the club.

    Huddersfield bus
  15. Terriers bus arrives at St. George's Square

    I know we've only just said the bus was leaving the stadium, but the driver clearly got a move on and it's already in St. George's Square.

    Here's where the party really gets going.

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  16. No sleep for HTAFC coach after win

    You remember when you were a kid and couldn't sleep on Christmas Eve?

    It turns out getting promoted to the Premier League has the same affect on grown men:

    Quote Message: I've not slept, I just can't believe what's happened. I think we totally deserve it. We're just going to enjoy it." from Andy Hughes Huddersfield Town coach
    Andy HughesHuddersfield Town coach
  17. 'We are Premier League'

    That's the chant from Huddersfield Town fans as they await their heroes at the promotion party:

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    Video caption: Huddersfield Town fans celebrate promotion
  18. Great scenes as Town bus gets going

    There's some fantastic images coming through now, the numbers in St. George's Square are definitely swelling.

    Fans
    Bus
    Fans
  19. Behind every great man...

    The party bus itself is not just populated by footballers, but the families of the players too.

    David Wagner paid tribute to the role that they have played:

    Quote Message: It's down to the wives, children and the players too because all together they have made this fairytale have a happy end." from David Wagner Huddersfield Town Head Coach
    David WagnerHuddersfield Town Head Coach
    David Wagner