Manchester United "Class of 92" members Gary and Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and David Beckham are the co-owners of a Football League club after Salford City beat AFC Fylde 3-0 to win the National League playoff final at Wembley.
Goals from Emmanuel Dieseruvwe, Carl Piergianni and Ibou Touray mean Salford are elevated to the fourth tier of English football for the first time in their history after a final between two sides who have never played in the Football League.
Boreham Wood will face Sutton in the semi-finals of the National League play-offs after beating Fylde 2-1.
Wood required just six minutes to open the scoring as Jamie Turley headed in Bruno Andrade's corner.
Andrade doubled Wood's lead 12 minutes later, converting Michael Folivi's cross, but Fylde halved the deficit through Simon Grand's close-range finish on the half-hour.
Andrade missed the opportunity to make the game safe 10 minutes from time, failing to beat Jay Lynch from the penalty spot after...
AFC Fylde sealed a Vanarama National League play-off place following a goalless draw at 10-man Wrexham.
Fylde went into the final game of the season in sixth place but dropped to seventh courtesy of a win for Boreham Wood, whom they will now meet for a place in the semi-final on Thursday.
Scott Quigley hit a post early on for Wrexham, who were grateful to Shaun Pearson for heading a Jonathan Smith lob off the line.
Wrexham then struck the post for a second time, Paul Rutherford on this occasion, four...
Sollihull's excellent 1-1 draw at in-form AFC Fylde was not quite enough to secure Vanarama National League safety, but only a peculiar combination of results on the final day can deny them now.
Omari Sterling-James fired the visitors into a surprise early lead, hitting his effort sweetly past Jay Lynch from a short free-kick by Darren Carter.
Andy Bond got Fylde's second half off to the perfect start when he tamed Jon Smith's vicious left-wing cross with a bullet header into the net.
The tide was turning,...