Jack Grealish and his Man City teammates dressed in pyjamas as they piled into a Manchester club to keep the party going for a third night yesterday following their historic Treble win.
The England star, 27, sported a silky black two-piece with gold trim as he led arrivals at Depot Mayfield on Monday night following an open-top bus parade through the streets of Manchester.
He later took to Instagram to post selfies with cheering fans and pictures with the three trophies his team won this season as he carried on his spectacular celebratory bender.
Star man Erling Haaland also made an appearance at the club, sporting a striking golden tracksuit with his three medals dangling from his neck.
And manager Pep Guardiola showed it wasn’t just the players cutting loose as he was spotted clambering out of a car to join the party.
The players wives and girlfriends also made an appearance, with several grinning broadly as they sauntered into the venue arm-in-arm with their triumphant partners.
Jack Grealish sported a silky black two-piece with gold trim as he led arrivals at Depot Mayfield on Monday night
Grealish has been pictured wildly celebrating his team’s Champions League success – and carried the party on for a third night yesterday
Star man Erling Haaland also clearly got the pyjama memo as he arrived at the Manchester club
The striker appeared to be in high spirits and was joined by his girlfriend Haugseng Johansen (right)
Grealish posted selfies with the crowd and of himself wearing a black shirt with a white-lined collar and a pearl necklace. Next to him on stage where other Man City stars like Erling Haaland and Ilkay Gundogan
Kevin de Bruyne was a bit less smiley than his teammates as he arrived alongside partner Michele Lacroix
A grinning Ederson attended last night’s celebrations with his partner Lais Moraes
Manager Pep Guardiola showed it wasn’t just the players cutting loose as he was spotted clambering out of a car to join the party
Kyle Walker and his wife Annie Kilmer were joined by Riyad Mahrez and his wife Taylor Ward as they continued to celebrate Manchester City’s recent success
A cool and laidback Manuel Akanji looked ready to party into the night as he arrived at the club
A casual and grinning Ruben Diaz followed Manuel Akanji into the Manchester nightclub
Man City stars took to the streets in an open-top bus parade today to celebrate their historic treble, with the club’s biggest names, including talisman Jack Grealish, in the midst of an almighty three-day bender.
Amid the jubilant celebrations Norwegian striker Erling Haaland drenched Grealish with champagne. The England winger has been out until sunrise for three nights running, with the party showing little sign of stopping.
As he downed vodka on stage, Grealish told fans he had ‘the best day and night’ since the momentous win, adding ‘I don’t think I’ve slept’ and that he had lost his voice from all the partying.
He and his team proudly posed for photos with the Champions League trophy, while their manager Pep Guardiola was seen sipping some well-deserved champagne and enjoying a cigar as the bus paraded through the city centre.
Fans piling into the city centre for the parade were delayed due to bad weather and lightning storms – but not even the pouring rain could dampen their spirits.
Guardiola, who fans tonight dubbed a ‘wizard’, summed up the atmosphere: ‘What a parade. What an afternoon. It has to be like that, no sunshine. We want rain. The perfect way.’
Kyle Walker and his wife Annie Kilmer were in high spirits as they carried on the party yesterday
Ilkay Gundogan and his partner Sara Arfaoui also made an appearance at last night’s celebrations
Riyad Mahrez and his partner Taylor Ward attend Man City’s third night of celebrations
The football star shared pictures of himself and other Man City players partying in a Manchester club on Instagram. They were seen on stage with their three trophies and a huge crowd cheering them on
Young star Rico Lewis also made an appearance as he arrived at the club with a partner
England midfielder Kevin Phillips also cut a more casual look as he arrived at the club
Happy: Kalvin Philips gave a thumbs up as he arrived solo at the party
Manchester City players continued to party till the early hours at Depot Mayfield. The team had an ice cream van in the venue serving them
Jack Grealish arrived to the open-top bus parade with his shirt off, but as the rain continued to pour he put his shirt back on and posed for some photos with the Champions League trophy.
He will certainly be feeling worse for wear after he was spotted staying out until sunrise for two nights running in an almighty bender
Tens of thousands lined the streets, some clambering on buildings and lampposts or arriving hours earlier for the best view of the parade route and victory celebrations.
Jubilant players – who on Saturday equalled bitter rivals Manchester United’s 1999 record triumph of winning the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup in one season – unusually arrived in the city centre on a specially-chartered tram.
The parade – in a fleet of blue open-topped buses – was delayed by 30 mins due to the lightning but eventually got underway at 7pm.
The route ended on a big stage where the luckiest fans, who had arrived from early afternoon to secure a spot where they could see, watched the players show off their trophies.
Manager Pep Guardiola joked of the rain: ‘It has to be like that. This is Manchester.’
Among the crowds were Carly Turner, 38, had brought sons Zach, 12, and Toby, 9, who arrived at 4pm so they could get a stage view.
Jack Grealish triumphantly posed with the Champions League trophy alongside Ederson and Kyle Walker
Manager Pep Guardiola said he didn’t mind the rain as he partied with his team
The England winger told fans he has had ‘the best day and night’ since the momentous win
Jack Grealish has drink poured into his mouth on stage by Kalvin Phillips as Kyle Walker and Bernardo Silva watch
Grealish celebrates on the Open-Top Bus during the Manchester City trophy parade
Manchester City players celebrate on a stage during the Treble Parade
The bad weather didn’t put a stop to the treble-winning celebrations
Erling Braut Haaland and Kalvin Phillips celebrate on stage during the treble parade
Haaland was also pictured dancing with his top off next to Pep Guardiola
Grealish celebrates with the Champions League trophy after the club completed the treble on Saturday
Pep Guardiola celebrates Manchester City’s historic achievement with champagne and a cigar
Manchester City’s Ruben Dias and Erling Haaland with their tops off as they celebrate with the FA Cup Trophy during the Treble Parade
A shirtless Dias poses for another photo this time holding the Premier League trophy
Pep Guardiola celebrates with the fans alongside Manchester City staff
She said: ‘We’re massive Jack Grealish fans.
‘I’ve supported City all my life and my sons have supported them all theirs. I never thought this would happen in my lifetime. It’s amazing.’
Charlie Thomas, 28 – stood with excited son Eddie, four, on his shoulders, who was carrying an inflatable Champions League cup – said: ‘Pep (Guardiola) is a wizard. He keeps coming up with new ideas and we’ve a set up of players now, I could see this coming.’
Some fans had come straight to the parade after flying back from Istanbul.
Loz Newman collected his partner and sons after landing at Manchester Airport in the early afternoon.
Spanish midfielder Rodri, who scored the winning goal in the Champions League final, holds the trophy in front of fans
Norwegian striker Erling Haaland holds the European Cup as he celebrates with teammates
Manchester City’s Phil Foden holds the Champions League trophy as Aymeric Laporte holds the Emirates FA Cup trophy with Ruben Dias smiling next to the Premier League trophy
Blue and white confetti fills the air as Manchester City’s players celebrate with the European Cup, the FA Cup and the Premier League trophies
Manchester City have become only the second English team to win the treble
A look at the open-top bus as it parades through the streets of Manchester
Phil Foden holds the Champions League trophy as a cannon of confetti explodes in the background
Another angle of Foden holding the Champions League trophy as the fans go wild
Fans watch on from the city centre after their club makes history by winning the treble
Blue smoke fills the air as the City players make their way through the thousands of fans
The streets were lined with happy City fans who tried to see the players pass by
Grealish of Manchester City poses for a selfie with Phil Foden on the Open-Top Bus
The Manchester City players make their way through the city centre on an open-top bus
England star Phil Foden fires a cannon of confetti during the parade
The 48-year-old, a season ticket holder since 1979 when he was taken to matches as a young boy, said of the atmosphere at the match: ‘There was a lot of disbelief- I never thought we’d win anything. It’s the most ridiculous thing ever.’
City winger Grealish kicked off festivities after Saturday’s Champions League victory over Inter Milan by leading the chants in the dressing room before leaving the stadium with a Heineken in hand along with a speaker blaring out Fleetwood Mac.
After gulping down drinks during a big night out in Istanbul, the 27-year-old emerged on Sunday morning still wearing his City kit.
After the team headed back to Manchester, he was then jetted off to Ibiza with several other City stars including striker Erling Haaland – who’s described him as his ‘best friend in football’.
An aerial view showing the open-top buses parading through the many fans
Rain continues to pour down as the treble winners parade through the streets
Despite the bad weather, the Man City fans were still out in full force
Grealish gave a brief interview to BT Sport after Saturday’s win, when the star was so emotional he broke down in tears.
But after that it was full steam ahead, with Grealish singing along to Fleetwood Mac as the players enjoyed several drinks and danced with the trophy.
The winger also led the chants for matchwinner Rodri as he could barely hide his delight, before providing an entertaining spectacle for journalists in the mixed zone.
He led City’s players out and even mocked Kevin De Bruyne as he sauntered past loudly playing the same Fleetwood Mac song and this was only the start.
The England international shared this picture of him being drenched with champagne to his Instagram Live
Manchester City’s Kalvin Phillips with the Emirates FA Cup Trophy, and Bernardo Silva with the Premier League trophy during the Treble Parade in Manchester
The open-top bus parade in full force as fans wave their arms in the air in celebration
One fan is making the best of the weather by kicking a puddle on a street
There was no stopping these City fans from enjoying a truly historic achivement
This Manchester City fan, drenched by the rain, celebrates in front of the camera
Soaked City fans run through the city centre to catch a glimpse of the bus
The start of the parade was pushed back due to lightning storms in the area
Kyle Walker, holding the UEFA Champions League Trophy, and Manuel Akanji pose for a picture
Ilkay Guendogan poses for a photograph with Ruben Dias during the celebrations
Despite the weather – Manchester City players and fans celebrate their historic achievement
The City players celebrate winning the European Cup, the FA Cup and the Premier League
A look at some of the fans who have climbed as high as they can to get a better view
Another look at some of the drenched Manchester City fans who made their way to the parade
A jubilant Jack Grealish smiles with his top off as the Manchester City players make their way to the trophy parade
The City winger may be feeling slightly worse for wear after going on a three-day bender
The Manchester City players all look extremely excited to begin the trophy parade
Ruben Dias carries the Premier League trophy before the parade
John Stones of Manchester City looks on as the LED Screen displays the destination of ‘St. Peter’s Square’ on a Metrolink Tram
Aymeric Laporte of Manchester City reacts on board a Metrolink Tram
A shirtless Jack Grealish and fellow Manchester City player Ruben Dias make their way to the bus parade
Tens of thousands of fans line the streets of Manchester as they wait for the players to arrive
Grealish, who was spotted staying out until sunrise for two nights running in an almighty bender, looks in great spirit as the players walk to the bus parade
The City winger may be feeling slightly worse for wear today after the three-day partying
Manchester City fans cover themselves as the rain begins to fall in the city
The start of the parade was pushed back to 7pm due to incoming lightning storms
The bad weather didn’t appear to be stopping the City fans who were out in full to celebrate
Many of the fans waiting for the bus to arrive used their Manchester City flags to cover themselves from the rain
This young soaked Man City fan has hopped on top of a post box to get a better view
The poor weather has forced the City Fans to cover themselves from the rain
A fan holds a mask of Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola
A street vendor with trophy balloons walks ahead of the Treble Parade
Manchester City fans let off a smoke bomb and wave flags during the parade
The bus parade has now been pushed back to 7pm due to lightning storms in the area
City fans stand on a bus stop ahead of the Treble Parade in Manchester
Jack Grealish of Manchester City looks on prior to the Manchester City trophy parade
Two Jack Grealish fans wear the City winger’s shirt number and name as they wait for the parade
City went on to party at the team hotel, JW Marriott, which overlooked the Marmara Sea.
It was tucked away a bit from the hustle of an enchanting city full of life, and certainly from the area near Taksim Square where their supporters drunk the place dry for three days.
Their heroes managed similar in a matter of hours, or seemed to do so with the number of Grey Goose vodka and champagne bottles knocking around.
The hotel opened up downstairs for City, who had brought over the Premier League and FA Cup trophies for company.
Still in full kit, Grealish was leading chants at 5am – respectfully asking ‘have you ever won a Treble?’ with the answer not so polite – on a perch with Haaland, Kyle Walker and John Stones.
Grealish – two drinks in hand – was also seen rapping over thumping disco music as the party continued well into Sunday before City’s flight home.
Grealish then joined his teammates for more Champions League celebrations on Sunday morning, although he was still wearing his kit from the night before.
A breakdown of the City winger’s remarkable partying
City fans can be seen climbing the traffic lights ahead of the parade
A couple of fans wave their flags on top of a traffic light as they wait for the City players to arrive
After their 1-0 win against Inter Milan in the Champions League final, City completed the treble
Kyle Walker looks on prior to the Manchester City trophy parade
Fans watch from their window as tens of thousands of people line the streets in Manchester
Fans waving flags ahead of the Treble Parade
While it’s unclear whether the England midfielder had slept, he certainly enjoyed himself and was joined by Kyle Walker, Erling Haaland, John Stones and Kalvin Phillips.
Phillips was holding the microphone while belting out John Stones’ famous ‘Johnny Stones’ chant, with the four other players joining in.
Grealish was then seen with his head poking out of a window on the roof of the team bus as fans clapped and cheered as they left.
He was determined to continue the party ahead of the flight home.
The delirium felt among City players and staff only continued on the journey home as players posed for pictures with the trophy.
Grealish even made use of the plane’s intercom en route back from Turkey, much to his teammates’ amusement.
Then, as City arrived back at Manchester airport on Sunday afternoon and posed on the steps of their club-encrusted Etihad plane, the full state of Grealish’s celebrations could be seen far-and-wide.
A young Manchester City fan peeks through some metal gates to get a better view
A look at the treble winning celebration area for the Manchester City players
In a video on social media, the England star was stumbling his way towards the terminal building, looking completely out of it.
One fan even joked: ‘Grealish doesn’t have a clue what planet he’s on.’
After pipping Arsenal to win the Premier League title and beating their fierce rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup final at Wembley, City’s Champions League triumph wrapped up the treble.
It means they have now equalled their neighbour’s famous achievement in 1999 and become just the second English team to win the treble.