THOUSANDS upon thousands of fans lined the streets for Wrexham AFC's open top bus parade.

The momentous occasion was to celebrate an incredible year for the club - with it being promoted back to the Football League after a 15-year hiatus. The women's team also lifted the league title in front of a record crowd at The Racecourse. 

On Tuesday evening, three open top buses departed the stadium on a parade around Wrexham to celebrate

It seemed as if the scenes at the end of the Boreham Wood match when Wrexham were promoted couldn't possibly be rivalled. 

But they could. Crowds of fans lined the streets of Wrexham on Tuesday night. It seemed as if the whole city was out celebrating. 

The scenes on Mold Road were absolutely incredible. For as far as the eye could see there were fans. It truly was surreal. The sort of thing Wrexham fans couldn't have dreamed of seeing when the Reds survived relegation from the National League by the skin of their teeth just three years ago. 

Some fans think the footballing world revolves around the top flight, but there are very few clubs in the Premier League who could attest to have a fanbase as passionate as Wrexham's.

When the buses arrived, there was a sea of red smoke from the flares. It almost added to the occasion as the buses arrived through the gloom to raucous applauds and chants. 

For young and old It was truly an incredible occasion. 

It put the cherry on the cake of an amazing season for the club. Rob and Ryan have not just revitalised the club, but the whole community of Wrexham. 

Tuesday night's event was not just a celebration of the club's fortunes on the pitch, but its amazing transformation off it. It was an occasion to celebrate the club's very existence, and to those who saved it when it was on the brink of extinction. 

And the scary part is, this is just the beginning. Rob and Ryan have their eyes set on the Premier League. Imagine that.