Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale lead the celebrations as Real Madrid took to the streets of the Spanish capital to celebrate their Champions League victory over city rivals Atletico.
The Real players celebrated with fans in the early hours on Sunday morning on an open top bus in Cibeles Square in Madrid just hours after the 4-1 win in extra time.
Carlo Ancelotti and his players headed straight back to Madrid after the final in Lisbon and the celebrations went on long into the night.
Team captains Iker Casillas and Sergio Ramos shared the honour of draping a team flag around the neck of the Cibeles statue in the centre of the fountain in the square.
Music blared from a makeshift stage kept supporters going until around 6am, when the Real team, wearing ‘La Decima’ on their shirts in reference to the 10th title they had coveted for 12 years, finally arrived back with the trophy.
It could have been so different after Diego Godin put Atletico in front nine minutes before half time, and Diego Simeone’s side looked destined to get their hands on the trophy but Sergio Ramos popped up in the 93rd minute to send it to extra-time.
It was a REAL night in the city of Madrid .See more photos after the cut