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Chelsea secured the Premiership title on Friday last week, after a 1-0 win over West Brom at the Hawthorns.

Chelsea are champions of England and will play the last league game of the season this Sunday, a home game against Sunderland, where the Blues will lift the trophy.

The official Chelsea website has confirmed a victory parade will be held on Sunday 28 May, commencing at midday. The victory parade will hold a day after the FA Cup final game against Arsenal, as the Blues will be hoping to do the victory parade with the Premier League and FA Cup trophies.

According to the official Chelsea website, the parade will start at midday on Sunday 28 May and finish at around 1pm. The procession will depart Stamford Bridge (west entrance) before travelling east along Fulham Road, turning right onto Hortensia Road, then right onto King’s Road and onto New King’s Road.  There will be a short stop at Eel Brook Common, where the procession will end.  The buses will then leave the parade route via Parsons Green.

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