Luton Town won promotion back to the Football League after an absence of five years without kicking a ball on Tuesday when they were handed the Conference Premier crown. Luton, a Championship (second tier) club in 2007 before being relegated three times in a row, clinched the title when second-placed Cambridge United lost 2-0 at Kidderminster. Former League Cup winners Luton, nicknamed the Hatters, have a 10-point lead over Cambridge with three matches to play. "It is wonderful to be back in the Football League," Luton chairman and TV presenter Nick Owen told the BBC. Click here to read full news..