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Huddersfield Town have topped off an incredible season with the prize to end all prizes - promotion to the top flight of football.

Thousands of Town fans made the trip to Wembley today to see the boys play Reading - and after a nailbiting 120 minutes' play, they romped home with a stunning win on penalties.

The win means the Terriers have booked a spot in next season's Premier League competition - a prize worth as much as £200m for the football club.

We've been live blogging all the action all day - stick with us for all the analysis and reaction as the club, its fans, and the rest of Huddersfield let it sink in that we've just won the biggest match in our history.

Parade tomorrow!

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Wagner: The team are legends

Delighted David Wagner hailed his Huddersfield Town players as “legends” after they clinched a place in the Premier League.

Click here to see what he has to say!

Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner with the trophy after winning the Sky Bet Championship play-off final
Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner with the trophy after winning the Sky Bet Championship play-off final

14 incredible pictures summing up the emotion of Town's historic win

Fans celebrate on the train home

Our reporter Robert Sutcliffe is on the train home with overjoyed fans.

Dean Hoyle on the match and what's to come!

We managed to grab Mr Hoyle for a quick chat!

Unbelievable! Watch our players parading the trophy

Pictured: All the match action from start to finish

Mel Booth's verdict

Our sports editor Mel Booth gives his verdict at the end of an amazing match

Owner Dean Hoyle is emotional

In his TV interview he says it’s hard to describe how he feels.

“From supporting this club since 79 on the terraces, to make a few pounds, put it in this football club and get to the Premier League is a dream come true.

“To be from Huddersfield it means the world.

“We know it’s going to be difficult in the Premier League but we’ll give it a crack.

“I’m immensely proud, it’s been a most wonderful season.”

Wagner: No stone was left unturned

Coach David Wagner said he thought it would take three or four years to get promotion.

“We tried a lot of things, a lot of small details to bring this club forward.

“You usually need three or four years to do what we’ve done.”

Very unorthodox but it worked

Ex-Blackburn and Bolton defender Keith Andrews said Wagner’s methods are unusual.

“It’s very unorthodox in terms of training and schedules,” he said.

“He’s made this club believe in his vision and got rid of anyone who didn’t want to be a part of it.”

Town had the momentum

Ex-Norwich manager, Alex Neil, said: “Huddersfield built up momentum right through the season and they carried right to the final.

“They were the better team on the day and they deserve to be in the Premier League.”

It's not a lucky promotion

Andy Hinchcliffe says Town deserved it.

The Sky pundit said: “This is not a lucky promotion, it’s not a promotion by accident.

“They’ve worked incredibly hard.

“David Wagner’s assembled a team full of character and ability. It’s a coach and a team working in tandem, that’s why Huddersfield are in the Premier League.”

It's a dream

Nakhi Wells says: “I’ve been here a few years and it’s been a long journey. This was the dream that’s come true today.”

A sensational achievement

Sky pundit Alex Neil says: “David Wagner took over a team which to be honest were 16th to 19th in the league and he managed to turn the whole club around and take them up.”

We believed!

Winning penalty man, Schindler says: “I think we deserved it. Nobody is feeling 100% confident when taking a penalty under this pressure but I think we believed.”

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN PROMOTED TO THE PREMIER LEAGUE

THE SCENES!!!!

GOOOOAAAAALLLLL

SCHINDLER SCORES TO SEND TOWN TO THE PREMIER LEAGUE.

Town 5

Schindler to win it for Town.

SAVED

Obita’s penalty is saved by Ward.

Reading 5

Obita up.

SCORES

Mooy scores.

Town 4

Mooy is up.

OVER

Moore fires over.

Reading 4

Moore up.

SCORES

Wells buries his pen.

Town 3

It’s Wells.

SCORES

Kelly scores.

Reading 3

It’s Kelly up for the Royals.