Manchester City will celebrate their record-breaking league and cup double with an open bus parade through the city centre on Monday evening.
Pep Guardiola’s Blues have swept all before them wrapping up the title in record time, winning their fifth top flight title with five games to go last month and racking up 100 points in the process.
They added the Premier League trophy, which they were presented with after their game with Huddersfield last week, to the Carabao Cup which they won at Wembley beating Arsenal 3-0 in February.
And they will be showing off both pieces of silverware and celebrating their amazing season as their fans take over the city centre and turn it a sea of sky blue as the players snake through town
Here we have all the information you need ahead of the much-anticipated celebration.
When is it?
The parade takes place on Monday, May 14, the day after City’s final game of the season against Southampton.
The gates to the viewing area in front of the stage, where the players will eventually end up, will open at 4pm for those who want the best view.
The viewing area is non-ticketed and admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis the club say.
The bus parade itself will then set off at 6pm and will finish around 45 minutes later.
The players will be presented on stage at 7pm with the event finishing at 8pm.