There were only three arrests made after Ipswich Town’s promotion to the Premier League yesterday.

Suffolk Police thanked fans for celebrating safely, with extra patrols as a precautionary measure.

Chief Superintendent Alice Scott from Suffolk Police said: “Congratulations to Ipswich Town for securing promotion into the Premier League.

"We’re really pleased the vast majority managed to have safe celebrations and we’d like to thank the public for their patience with some roads being congested and at points impassable.

“It was overall really calm. There was a huge number of people in and around town celebrating and enjoying themselves.

"We maintained a heavy police presence for public safety and to ensure fans could celebrate and make their way home safely.”

The three arrests made included for criminal damage to a window and assault outside a bar.

Ipswich Town beat Huddersfield 2-0 to be promoted to the Premier League.

Thousands of people travelled to Ipswich on Saturday to watch the Tractor Boys.

Ipswich Borough Council said they would sort the clean up after pictures showed rubbish strewn across the town from the celebrations.