Manchester City open-top bus parade held
Thousands of Manchester City fans lined the city's streets to celebrate their club's historic domestic treble.
An open-top bus parade left the Town Hall at about 18:15 BST before making its way down Peter Street and along Deansgate.
The parade finished at the cathedral where the players appeared in front of the huge crowds.
A 6-0 win over Watford in Saturday's FA Cup final followed Premier League and Carabao Cup triumphs this season.
Pep Guardiola's side became the first English men's team to complete the domestic treble.
He told the crowd at the victory parade it was time for "good dinners and wine" and "to enjoy what we have done" this season.
Four generations of the Conlan family, from Cheshire, went to Peter Street for a glimpse of their treble-winning heroes.
"After 40 years of disappointment this is just fantastic," said 76-year-old Mike Conlan.
Adding the Community Shield to the treble, the club have banners and T-shirts calling themselves "The Fourmidables".
Fans cheered on Vincent Kompany during the celebration parade, a day after he announced he was to become player-manager of Anderlecht.
He thanked fans and said he had "given everything" during 11 years at the club and was proud of that".
Kompany said when he scored from 25 yards against Leicester earlier this month he knew "I couldn't do anything better".
"We were always a great club, with silverware or not, but now we've got it. I'm so proud that we've been able to give you something that was long coming."
At the scene
Lauren Hirst, BBC News
In the heart of Manchester, thousands of proud City fans, both young and old, lined the streets to celebrate a historic moment - a day they will never forget.
The city was painted blue and the excitement was palpable as supporters celebrated the treble triumph.
Blue and white flags adorned the buildings with pride and the deafening chanting, cheering and trumpet playing grew louder as each minute ticked by.
In a fitting tribute, the blue sky even made an appearance - a rare sight in a typically rainy Manchester - for a celebration City fans will hope they will witness again next season.
Roy Gartside was joined by his brothers and 12-year-old nephew to watch his beloved team during the city centre parade.
The 55-year-old said: "I'm just over the blue moon. It's just fantastic. It tops everything."
James Swindells has followed Manchester City since 1965. The 58-year-old, who was accompanied by his wife and children to the parade, said: "It's our time now."
Manchester City women's team, who won the FA Cup and League Cup double this year, showed off their silverware too.
Captain Steph Houghton said it was "incredible" to be part of the parade.
"Wow. It's unbelievable," she said.
"We have never been a part of something like this. Some of the girls are only 18, 19, so it pushes us to do well next season."