Manchester City Council has confirmed details of a victory parade on Monday May 14 after Manchester City were crowned Premier League Champions.
The event will start at 6pm in Albert Square when the players will do a question and answer session.
An open top bus will then leave Albert Square at 6.30pm.
It will then take the following route through the city:
- 6.30pm Albert Square
- 6.30pm Princess Street
- 6.45pm Portland Street
- 7pm Deansgate
- 7.30pm St Mary's Gate
- 7.45pm Corporation street
– Sir Richard Leese, leader, Manchester City Council
"Having the city’s two clubs contest the title has brought Manchester worldwide attention and helped boost tourism revenues.
"It’s been a nail-biting finish to the season and the council stood ready to support a parade whichever club triumphed.
"This parade is an opportunity for Man City fans, who have experienced countless ups and downs over the years, to celebrate a resounding success.
"We expect tens of thousands to take to the streets and enjoy an historic moment.”
People trying to get in or out of the city centre are being warned to expect road closures.