Bristol City success celebrated with open-top bus parade
Thousands of Bristol City supporters have turned out to cheer the team along a celebratory open-top bus parade.
The football club is celebrating double success after becoming champions of League One and also winners of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
It is 60 years since the Robins last won a league championship.
The first team and club management left Ashton Gate at 12:30 BST to tour a city route before ending at the Harbourside Amphitheatre.
Speaking during the bus tour, team manager Steve Cotterill said he was delighted with how the season had gone and he was humbled by the success and ensuing celebrations.
On Sunday, Bristol City thrashed Walsall 8-2 prior to being presented with the League One trophy in front of a home crowd of 11,960.
The team ended its campaign on 99 points, which is the highest tally ever achieved in the club's history.