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Promotion Celebrations Confirmed For Monday!

29 May 2016

Fans are invited to join us in the town and celebrate our promotion back to the Championship!

Barnsley Football Club and Barnsley Council are inviting proud Reds fans to bring Wembley fever back to the town in celebration of today’s thrilling 3-1 victory over Milwall – which secured promotion back to the Championship!

to Barnsley Town Hall via Grove Street, Pontefract Road, Kendray Street, Eldon Street, Church Street and Sadler Gate.4.15pm The parade will make its way from Oakwell Stadium at Monday 30 May.The Reds will celebrate with an open top bus parade through Barnsley town centre on

. Dearne FM will host the celebrations with music and interviews with the players. Fans are encouraged to help paint the town red by bringing flags and wearing the team colours.5pm to 5.30pmFans are invited to join in with the celebrations lining the streets of the bus route before heading to the town hall for the balcony appearance at approximately

“What an incredible Season it has been for everyone associated with our Football Club. It was another proud and historic moment for the Town at Wembley, and now we can’t wait to get back to Barnsley and celebrate with the fans at the heart of the Town Centre. The atmosphere at Wembley on Sunday was phenomenal – you got behind us all game and that support was crucial in getting the win and securing promotion back to the Championship! Following the spectacular 3-1 win at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, Barnsley FC Head Coach Paul Heckingbottom, said:

“On behalf of all the players and staff, thank you for your fantastic support throughout the Season and we look forward to seeing you at the Town Hall on Monday for what promises to be a big promotion party!

“We’re really proud to be able to welcome our home team onto the town hall balcony for the second time this season. Their promotion to the Championship is wonderful finale to a very successful season for the Tykes. The Reds are now back where they belong and we wish them continued success in the next season.”Mayor of Barnsley, Cllr Linda Burgess, said:

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