เลสเตอร์ได้ฤกษ์จัดขบวนแห่รถฉลองแชมป์พรีเมียร์ลีกไปทั่วใจกลางเมืองเมื่อวันจันทร์ ตามเวลาที่ประเทศอังกฤษ พวกเขาสร้างประวัติศาสตร์คว้าแชมป์ลีกสูงสุดได้เป็นครั้งแรกของสโมสรนับตั้งแต่ก่อตั้งเมื่อปี 1884 นำโดย เจมี่ วาร์ดี้ ริยาด มาห์เรซ ร่วมด้วยเเพื่อนในทีมคนอื่นๆ และ เคลาดิโอ รานิเอรี่ กุนซือของทีมรวมถึงเจ้าของทีม คุณวิชัย ศรีวัฒนประภา ได้รับการต้อนรับอย่างอบอุ่นเมื่อรถแห่เดินทางมายังใจกลางกองเชียร์ที่รอรับอย่างหนาแน่นเต็มท้องถนนตั้งแต่จูบิลี่ สแควร์ถึงวิคตอเรีย ปาร์ค

Leicester players and staff parade the Premier League trophy from the top deck of a double-decker bus in the city centre on Monday

Jamie Vardy looked to be enjoying himself as he placed the Premier League title on his head

Manager Claudio Ranieri mounted a police motorbike

Leicester's players complete their celebrations on Monday with a trophy lift in front of hundreds of thousands in Victoria Park

Supporters reached the same height of the bus by climbing on top of phone boxes and bus stops to get a better view of the players

Many of the Leicester players were on their phones filming the incredible scenes around the city, as they paraded the league trophy

Top scorer Vardy (left) and manager Ranieri pose for a picture with the Premier League trophy - in Leicester colours - on the top of the bus

Fans and the media crane their necks to get a better view of the Leicester players as they make their way through the streets

Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha holds the Premier League trophy - draped in Leicester City colours - aloft during the parade

There were fireworks as thousands and thousands of Leicester City fans celebrated the end of their incredible title-winning season

Fans waved flags from vantage points high above the city to celebrate a remarkable and wholly unexpected title-winning campaign

Leicester defender Marcin Wasilewski set tongues wagging when he posted a picture of himself behind the wheel of the victory coach

Seemingly still in awe of his achievements, Leicester boss Ranieri took out his mobile phone to snap a photograph of the trophy

Players posed for photographs from the top deck of the bus, with their family members joining them at the front of the victory parade

Foxes chairman Srivaddhanaprabha (centre) and his family were also in attendance for the special title parade in sunny Leicester

Leicester City fans were lining the bus route hours before the title parade in order to guarantee themselves a good view of their idols

Riyad Mahrez, Kasper Schmeichel and Wes Morgan (left-right), all so instrumental in Leicester's title win - pose for pictures on the bus

Police officers were happy to let Vardy (centre) and his team-mates clamber onto their motorbikes

Confetti was thrown at the buses as Leicester's supporters celebrated an unprecedented season of success

All the roads were closed around Leicester's city centre as hundreds of thousands of fans celebrated with their Foxes heroes

The sheer number of fans inside Victoria Park was apparent from the skies, where the scene was similar to something from Glastonbury

One particularly busy spot was in the cultural quarter of the city, where the four double-decker buses made their way around a U-bend

Supporters had earlier been in the club shop to buy 'champions' flags, while many unofficial items of merchandise were on show

Ulloa gives a thumbs up to the crowds, as the players' children and families enjoy the scenes and wave flags from the top deck

Shinji Okazaki, who was brilliant in Leicester's incredible campaign, points at the fans during the Foxes' title parade on Monday

Vardy (left) and Ulloa posed for photos while thousands of fans can be seen in the background enjoying the amazing celebrations

Some reports stated over a quarter of a million people were in attendance around Leicester for the parade and Victoria Park party

Some young Foxes found a spot above the crowds as they waited for the bus

Fans lined the streets in anticipation

Hundreds of fans lift their mobile phones above their heads to snap a picture of the players' bus as it winds through the streets

The crowds were more than 20 deep in some places as supporters craned to get a glimpse of their idols on the double-decker bus

Supporters of the recently-crowned Premier League champions get into the party spirit ahead of the victory parade around the city centre

Famous Leicester supporters Kasabian took to the stage to perform after the parade; they will soon play at the King Power Stadium too

Vice Chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabh (right) was on the third bus in the parade, and he held the Premier League trophy aloft

Leicester City fans hold a banner referring to former Manchester United midfielder Danny Drinkwater as they gather at Victoria Park

Jubilant fans gather on the streets of Leicester as they prepare to welcome their heroes following an historic season at the King Power

Young fans gather on the streets prior Monday's victory parade where Claudio Ranieri's side will no doubt receive a hero's welcome 

Leicester City fans were also out in full force at Victoria Park, where Monday's parade will end, in preparation for the final on-stage party

Leicester City supporters were out in full force on Monday ahead of the recently-crowned Premier League champions' victory parade

Thousands of fans are expected to line the streets and wave flags, banners and scarves at the blue double decker on Monday evening 

Fans arrive in the Leicester city centre ahead of the event which is due to start at Jubilee Square in the city centre at about 6.00pm 

While the fans in Victoria Park waited for their heroes, the club's cheerleaders entertained the hundreds of thousands in attendance

Leicester supporters are not new to title parades - in 2014, they celebrated winning the Championship with a bus journey around the city

The party begun on Monday afternoon with Leicester fans donning their 2016 champions t-shirts following their club's historic triumph

Fans donning Leicester City colours were out in full force and will be cheering their heroes when they are paraded on a double-decker bus

An elderly Leicester City supporter made sure he arrived with enough time on Monday to get to the front ahead of the victory parade