City’s promotion heroes will parade their League Two play-off trophy on an open-top bus tour on Wednesday.

The Wembley-winning squad will leave Valley Parade at 6.30pm and head down Manningham Lane on the way to City Hall. The exact route is still to be confirmed.

Once at City Hall, the players and management will be introduced to the fans as well as civic dignitaries and invited guests.

Bradford Council leader David Green said plans for a parade had been put in place before last weekend’s League Two play-off final and it would be a chance for fans to celebrate a “glorious season”.

“We’re expecting tens of thousands of people.”

The parade will begin with Phil Parkinson's squad leaving Valley Parade on an open top bus at 6.30pm, which will make its way down Manningham Lane through the city centre to Centenary Square.

Once there, the Bantams boss and his victorious players will be introduced to supporters, who will have the chance to catch a glimpse of the League Two play-off trophy.

A club spokesman said: “As well as securing promotion to League One, the last nine months have also seen Parkinson's men reach the club's first major cup final since 1911 after victories over the likes of Watford, Wigan Athletic, Arsenal and Aston Villa took them to the Capital One Cup final.”