Luton Town's extraordinary journey to the Premier League has been completed with a thrilling victory over Coventry City in the Championship play-off final.

This remarkable achievement marks a significant milestone in English football history, as Luton secured promotion through a gripping penalty shootout.

Despite an early setback with defender Tom Lockyer's collapse, Luton dominated the first half, taking the lead through Jordan Clark's powerful finish.

Coventry fought back in the second half, forcing the game into extra time. As both teams tired, the match seemed destined for penalties.

After a tense shootout, Luton emerged victorious when Coventry's Fankaty Dabo missed his spot-kick.

This triumph signifies a remarkable rise for Luton, who only a decade ago played in the fifth tier and endured multiple challenges.

The club now faces a lucrative future in the Premier League, with financial rewards and the opportunity to showcase their unique stadium, Kenilworth Road.

Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu, a player who witnessed Luton's lowest moments, has become the first in English football history to go from non-league to the Premier League with the same club.

Luton's story is one of perseverance, determination, and belief, inspiring generations to never give up on their dreams.