Pep Guardiola and his men were greeted by thousands of supporters who came out decked in club colours to witness the historic occasion.
Twelve months on from their last Premier League trophy parade, City were back with the FA Cup and Carabao Cup added to the collection and now stand as the first team in the history of English football to have claimed all three within a single campaign.
Captain Vincent Kompany led the celebrations from on top of the bus, punching the air and cheering to supporters
Kevin De Bruyne took the opportunity to interview team-mate John Stones on the big screens for all fans to see
The cap was specially designed in City colours, and contained an embroidered club crest in the centre
The Spanish manager waved to the crowd, while sipping a beverage along with his players and first-team backroom staff
The City turned a shade of blue, as plumes of smoke from flares drifted through the party atmosphere on the streets
Fans rejoiced in the moment, soaking in the atmosphere as the Treble winners made their way through the parade route
The streets were brimming, as players sprayed champagne into the crowd and encouraged chants to get going
Cheers roared around as Kompany hoisted aloft the Premier League trophy, as fans took any vantage point they could find
Germany international Leroy Sane took a sip from a bottle as a shades-wearing De Bruyne acknowledged the fans
Jill Scott and Steph Houghton of Manchester City lift the SSE Women’s FA Cup trophy during the procession
A young fan holds up an inflatable trophy in anticipation as in the bus of players and staff approached in the distance
The nearby buildings on the parade route carried messages for the City team, and long-time servant Kompany
The masses soon began to congregate in the city centre as they prepared to welcome in their heroes
A young fan, wearing the sky blue of the club, sat atop a post box and made plenty of noise by blowing through a horn
A grand stage was erected by Manchester cathedral for the players to give an address to the gathered supporters
Club legend Shaun Goater was invited onto stage along with David White to address the crowds before the parade
Joe Donovan (C) and Tom Ogden (R) of muscial band Blossoms took to the stage during the celebrations
As the audience flocked into the streets, some supporters climbed onto post-boxes and walls, searching for anything to get a vantage point and a clear glimpse of England’s all-dominating side.
Guardiola and his players could be seen on top of the bus, sipping beverages and getting into the spirit of things as the evening sun shone down.
The entire first team squad and staff were present, other than full-back Benjamin Mendy. The Frenchman is understood to have undergone an arthroscopy while in Barcelona last week, and was not able to take part.
On show also were both the Women’s FA Cup and Contintental Cup, following a magnificent campaign for the City women’s side.
One fan came armed with a lifesize cardboard cut-out of captain Vincent Kompany, who will soon depart for Anderlecht
Supporters of all ages flocked to the streets in order to take part in the historic occasion and praise City’s success
The marching thousands were silhouetted in the evening sun, as they made their way to the starting point of the parade
A sea of sky blue soon formed all around, as the evening sun shone down upon the waiting City faithful
The famous ‘Blue Moon’
Earlier in the day the streets of Manchester were prepped for the big occasion, with flags given out to all supporters
At the end of the parade route, finishing at Manchester cathedral, Guardiola and his players took to a grand stage where they addressed the supporters as one.
‘This is the best run club in the world without a shadow of a doubt,’ club legend Mike Summerbee told the masses.
He went on to pay tribute to Vincent Kompany, who is leaving the club after many success-laden years.
Youngster Phil Foden dedicated City’s silverware to the fans after being part of successive trophy parades.
‘I think I need a bus pass,’ Foden joked when speaking on a live feed on the club’s Twitter account.
‘Hopefully next year we will keep winning trophies next season. You can hear the noise of the fans. This is why we win trophies, for the fans.’
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