JUBILANT Feyenoord fans poured into the streets of Rotterdam a day after their club won the Dutch league title.
Former Liverpool man Dirk Kuyt bagged a hat-trick on Sunday as Feyenoord claimed their first Eredivisie Championship in 18 long years.
Players paraded the trophy on the streets on Monday as around 130,000 supporters made their way to the city centre to continue their celebrations.
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Fans lit flares and climbed lampposts to get the best view of their heroes as Kuyt started a rendition of a famous chant amongst Feyenoord supporters.
People danced in the fountain of Hofplein Square before a powerful version of 'You'll never walk alone' rang around Rotterdam.
Players met with the city's mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb before greeting their loyal fans.
It was a sea of red, white and black as fans made sure to bring giants flags and scarves to create a stunning atmosphere.
It was a far cry from a week ago when fans clashed with police following a 3-0 defeat to local rivals Excelsior and blow a chance to win the title a week before the end of the season.
It was the club's 15th league title but their first since 1999.