Manchester City secured their fifth Premier League title in six years after Arsenal's defeat to Nottingham Forest on May 20.
Pep Guardiola's side won the trophy with three games to spare, allowing them to rest players for the upcoming Champions League and FA Cup finals.
The Citizens are just the second club to achieve three consecutive Premier League titles, after Manchester United did this twice between 1999-2001 and 2007-09.
The Sporting News takes a look at when Man City's trophy parade could take place.
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When is Man City trophy parade?
As City still have two more trophies to fight for before the end of the season, no immediate plans have been made for a parade.
Their final game of the season, the 2023 Champions League finale against Inter Milan, will take place on June 10. It is likely that their parade will take place after this date to celebrate all potential trophies won in one event.
Even if the Sky Blues fail to win their final two trophies, a parade will still likely take place to commemorate their Premier League win.
The Sporting News will keep this section updated once details become clearer and a date is announced.
Man City 2022 trophy parade
The league champions had their 2022 trophy parade on Monday, May 23 as the Premier League was their only success last season.
City and England winger Jack Grealish's antics at the 2022 parade were particularly enjoyed by football fans.
Jack Grealish || Manchester City Trophy Parade || 2021/2022 || Highlight Reel || HD @footballdaily pic.twitter.com/aa1rYeJ67i— City Xtra (@City_Xtra) May 24, 2022
If Guardiola leads Man City to a historic treble, the 2023 parade would certainly eclipse the celebrations previously seen by fans in recent years.
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Man City trophy parade route and attendance
The 2022 City parade took place in Manchester and started at Exchange Square, before traveling along Corporation Street, St Mary's Gate and Deansgate, before finishing at Beetham Tower for a stage show.
Thousands of City fans turned up to the event, but they were heavily out numbered by Liverpool fans a few weeks later. The Reds won the EFL Cup and FA Cup, and an estimated 500,000 fans attended their parade in Liverpool.
#LFCParade | It's estimated 500,000 fans lined the 13.5km route today. Thank you for making it another truly memorable day in our amazing city. Good night. ❤️ @LFC | @MerseyPolice | @CultureLPool | @lpool_LSSL | @Merseytravel | @MayorLpool pic.twitter.com/WCZoz2mrml— Liverpool City Council (@lpoolcouncil) May 29, 2022