Saluting World Soccer's Champs
Bayern Munich players celebrate the 20th Bundesliga title in club history. The Bavarians also won the German Cup, the unprecedented second straight year in which they accomplished the "double."
Martín Palermo pumps his fist in triumph at Boca Juniors fans after the Xeneizes won their second straight championship and 23rd league title. The '06 Clausura crown is the Argentine giants' fourth trophy in a one-year span.
Barcelona players hoist Swede Henrik Larsson into the air in celebration of their 18th Spanish-league title and second straight crown. Barça will go for the European title as well on May 17 when it meets Arsenal in the Champions League final.
Chelsea's John Terry hoists the trophy (center) as the Blues won their second straight Premier League title with a convincing 3-0 win over second-place Manchester United.
FC Porto clinched its 21st SuperLiga title with two matches to go after downing relegation-bound Penafiel 1-0. The game was suspended for three minutes as jubilant fans stormed the field.
Santos celebrates its Paulista title -- its first state championship since 1984 -- after holding off a furious late-campaign charge from São Paulo. Manager Vanderlei Luxemburgo reversed the fortunes of Pelé's former club after being fired by Real Madrid in December.
Olympique Lyon won its unprecedented fifth-straight Ligue 1 title two weeks earlier, but used its home match against archrival St. Etienne as a celebration for its fans. Lyon also broke its own French record for total points in a season.
Ajax Amsterdam celebrates its triumph over league champion PSV Eindhoven in the Dutch Cup. Ajax finished fourth in the Eredivisie, far behind PSV, but qualified for next season's Champions League by winning Holland's new playoff system.
Celtic Park pulls out all the stops as the Glasgow faithful cheer on their Bhoys, who won their 40th Scottish Premier League title.
Club América star Cuauhtémoc Blano hoists the CONCACAF Champions Cup after his team beat Toluca in the tournament final. The Águilas didn't qualify for the Mexican playoffs, but their regional title means they'll represent the entire confederation in December's FIFA Club World Championship.