Chelsea fans lined the streets of west London as the team celebrated the club's Champions League and FA Cup double with a victory parade.
Leaders at Camp David took a break from discussing the Eurozone to watch Chelsea become European club Champions.
The Chelsea manager said his players have "all the qualities needed to win the Champions League final" and was "confident" of victory.
Chelsea are through to the Champions League semi-finals on away goals after drawing 3-3 on aggregate with Paris St Germain. The Blues won Tuesday night's second leg at Stamford Bridge 2-0.
England's four Champions League teams learned their fate when the draw for this season's last 16 was made:
Man City v Barcelona
Olympiakos v Man United
AC Milan v Atletico Madrid
Bayer Leverkusen v PSG
Galatasaray v Chelsea
Schalke v Real Madrid
Zenit v Dortmund
Arsenal v Bayern Munich
Real Madrid's news conference ahead of their Champions League game against FC Copenhagen was briefly interrupted on Monday after a Greenpeace anti-Gazprom poster was lowered onto a screen.
The poster, which read "Save the Arctic" and "Show Gazprom the red card" and featured the logo of the environmental protest group, appeared behind Madrid manager Carlo Ancellotti before an official swiftly removed it.
Gazprom are one of the sponsors of Europe's elite club competition.
Swiss club Basel were fined €30,000 (£25,000) by Uefa in October after Greenpeace activists abseiled from the stadium roof and unveiled a banner reading "Gazprom, don't foul the Arctic".
At least four abseilers were seen descending from the room of Basel's St Jakob Park stadium with a banner protesting against Arctic oil drilling by Russian energy firm Gazprom.
Schalke, the German team playing against Basel, display the Gazprom sponsor on the chest of their playing shirts.
A Greenpeace protest has halted a Champions League match between Basel and Schalke in Switzerland.
Protesters abseiled from the roof of the St. Jakob Park stadium and unveiled a banner aimed at Russian energy firm Gazprom, which sponsors the tournament.
Five British clubs have learned of their Champions League group stage opponents.
Group A: Manchester United, Shakhtar Donetsk, Bayer Leverkusen, Real Sociedad
Group D: Bayern Munich, CSKA Moscow, Manchester City, Viktoria Plzen
Group E: Chelsea, Schalke, Basel, Steaua Bucharest
Group F: Arsenal, Marseille, Borussia Dortmund, Napoli
Group H: Barcelona, AC Milan, Ajax, Celtic
See the full draw at ITV Football
Bayern Munich are the champions of Europe after beating Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in the final at Wembley. For analysis and highlights from the match, visit ITV Sport.
Bayern Munich have won the Champions League, beating Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in the final at Wembley.
GOOOOAAALLL!! Robben scuffs home a late one for Bayern: http://t.co/jQtjGFKi7Q