On this day 21 years ago, over 25,000 Huddersfield Town fans made the journey to Wembley to see their team achieve promotion.

A place in the then First Division was the prize for a 2-1 win against Bristol Rovers.

Two Town products, Andy Booth and Chris Billy, scored the goals that memorable day but the team as a whole retains a place in the hearts, minds and memories of the Town faithful.

Now long since retired and in their 40s and 50s, find out what the heroes of that May 1995 day are up to now...

Steve Francis

Ffirst choice keeper for four years from 1993, including the 1995 play-off final victory, Steve Francis already had fond memories of Wembley after winning the Full Members Cup with Chelsea in 1986.

The stopper made 186 league appearances for Town during his six years in Yorkshire for departing for Northampton Town, where he appeared just three times in the league before hanging up his gloves.

Now 51, Francis is a landscape gardener.

Simon Trevitt

Born in Dewsbury, Simon Trevitt spent nearly his entire career inside the boundary of Yorkshire - nine years at Huddersfield Town came to a close in 1995 but he made the switch to Hull City - only the briefest of loan spells at Swansea right at the end of his professional career took him outside the county.

A fans' favourite, the right back came through the junior ranks and went on to start at Wembley for his boyhood club.

After hanging up his boots in the late 1990s, he played cricket for Liversedge cricket club and works as a postman.

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Tom Cowan

Tom Cowan - HTAFC Legends

Scottish defender Tom Cowan joined Town in 1994 after a successful loan spell and enjoyed some of the greatest success of his career in a blue and white striped top.

He made 155 appearances for the club, starting the 1994 Football League Trophy Final and helping the club to promotion in 1995.

Cowan left in 1999 and had a varied journey through the leagues, spending time at York City, Dundee and Burnley among others before finishing his playing days at Stalybridge Celtic.

Since retirement, he has retrained as a firefighter and joined the South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Darren Bullock

Darren Bullock and Andy Booth
Darren Bullock and Andy Booth

A fan favourite who was instantly recognised for his tough tackling style, Darren Bullock was a mainstay in the centre of the park throughout the 1995 season.

Signed from Nuneaton Borough in 1993, he turned out for Swindon Town, Bury and Sheffield United following his departure from Huddersfield in 1997.

After retiring in 2002, he had a brief spell as manger of Archdale 73 and was no.2 to Martin Stephens at Malvern. Bullock now works as a window cleaner.

Lee Sinnott

Altrincham manager Lee Sinnott

The skipper at Wembley in 1995, Lee Sinnott played 87 times in the league for Town as part of a playing career that spanned close to two decades.

He swapped Huddersfield for Oldham Athletic in 1997 and finished his career in the Conference with Scarborough.

The Staffordshire-born defender went into management after retirement, and achieved considerable success with Farsley Celtic before spells with Port Vale and Bradford Park Avenue.

In 2011 he took over as manager of Altrincham FC, and he led the club to promotion from the Conference North with a 2-1 win against Guisley in 2014. However, he was sacked in March 2016 with the club one point clear of relegation.

Pat Scully

An Irish central defender, Pat Scully spent his youth career at Arsenal but never made a senior appearance for the Gunners.

He spent two years at Town in the mid-1990s before returning to Ireland with Shelbourne and Shamrock Rovers.

Has since managed with Shamrock, Kilkenny City and Limerick in his native country and now works for the Irish FA.

Chris Billy

Chris Billy - HTAFC Legends

One of the scorers that day at Wembley, Chris Billy began his career with Town in 1991 but departed in August 1995 to join Neil Warnock at Plymouth Argyle.

He represented Halifax Town, Farsley Celtic and Ossett Town before retiring in 2008.

Billy has since worked for a plastics company in Keighley and in a call centre.

Lee Duxbury

Born in Keighley, Lee Duxbury came through the youth ranks at Bradford City and was a survivor of the Valley Parade Disaster in 1985.

He signed for Town from Bradford in 1994, spending just one season in the club's midfield, but helping them to promotion at Wembley in 1995.

Duxbury subsequently returned for a second spell at his previous club and retired in 2006 after a spell at Farsley Celtic.

The former midfielder now works as a mentor within the education system.

Andy Booth

Another member of that promotion-winning squad to come through the ranks at Town, Andy Booth remains a fan favourite.

He scored 52 league goals for his hometown club in 123 appearances before leaving in 1996 for five years at Sheffield Wednesday.

Huddersfield Town strikers Andy Booth and Ronnie Jepson, 1995

However, since retirement he has returned home and is Club Ambassador, seen this season organising the annual Pedal for Pounds event.

Ronnie Jepson

Three years at Town between 1993 and1996 yielded over a century of appearances for Ronnie Jepson, who chalked up 36 league goals.

Now 53, that spell at Town came towards the end of his career, although he did go on to play for Bury, Oldham and Burnley before officially retiring in 2000.

The striker has stayed in football following the conclusion of his playing days and has been manager of Gillingham and Bury, and was recently involved at Rotherham United as part of Neil Warnock's staff.

Gary Crosby

Crosby arrived in Huddersfield on a free transfer in 1994 following seven years and more than 150 appearances in Nottingham Forest colours.

The Lincoln United product made just 44 appearances for the club, but he did save one start for Wembley and the play-off final.

Since retiring he has gone into coaching, linking up with Nigel Clough firstly at Burton Albion, subsequently at Derby County and Sheffield United and is now back at Burton.

Iain Dunn

A cult hero with Town fans who would sing about his lack of hair, Iain Dunn scored the first ever Golden Goal in the Auto Windscreens Shield for Town in 1994.

A total of 243 league appearances in blue and white cemented his status in Huddersfield, and he finally left in 1997 for Chesterfield.

Since retirement has been working for York City Council.

Kevin Blackwell

Substitute goalkeeper at Wembley, Kevin Blackwell made just five league appearances for Town in two years following his arrival from Torquay United.

More than 200 appearances for Boston United in the 1980s comprised the bulk of Blackwell's professional games and by the time he joined Huddersfield he had added coaching duties to his playing role.

A member of Neil Warnock's coaching team he has since been in the dugout at Leeds, Luton and Sheffield United, and was assistant manager at Rotherham in 2016.

Jon Dyson

Born in Mirfield, Jon Dyson made more than 200 appearances for Town during 13 years at the club before being released in 2003 following administration.

Another local hero who retains a big place in the hearts of the supporters, Dyson was on the bench in 1995 but replaced Simon Trevitt early in the second half.

He has a Business Studies degree from the University of Huddersfield, and now works as a financial advisor in Bradford.