Almost a quarter of a million fans saluted the Premier League champions in a parade and rally in Leicester.
LEICESTER, England (AP) — An estimated 240,000 people turned out to watch Leicester's players parade the Premier League trophy in an open-top bus tour through the streets of the city in central England on Monday.
Leicester captain Wes Morgan said "looking out, you feel very proud seeing all the people, flags, everyone enjoying themselves, and it shows what we have achieved this season."
Leicester started the season as a 5,000-1 longshot to win the title, having only narrowly avoided relegation at the end of the 2014-15 campaign.
A party atmosphere built throughout the day as supporters gathered to watch the bus—with the players and trophy aboard—carve a route through the city center.
The club's Thai owner, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, was on the bus. Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri said "it's unbelievable. All the city is here."