The La Liga, Spanish Cup and Champions League titles were the centre of attention at Camp Nou. / MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

The players racously celebrate the treble on the Camp Nou pitch. / GERMÁN PARGA-FCB

By all measures, it was a proper party to cap a record season for FC Barcelona. The team arrived at Camp Nou after a majestic parade through the streets of Barcelona that brought together thousands of fans to celebrate the La Liga, Spanish Cup and Champions League titles attained after ten months of competition.

A fabulous intro with children going to bed and dreaming of Barça, videos showing the best goals of the season, and a colourful laser light show, set to music that wowed both the 70,000 attendees assembled at the stadium and the team out on the pitch.

One by one, public address announcer Manel Vich presented the members of the staff and the players, with Messi, Sergio, Iniesta and Xavi, the four captains, coming out last. The ceremony lacked only one player — the goalkeeper Claudio Bravo who, on Thursday, will begin the Copa América.

Down on the field, Luis Enrique was the first to address the fans, followed by Xavi, acting as emcee.

There were words to suit everyone: from Iniesta and Messi transmitting their satisfaction to the euphoria unleashed by Pique, the excitement of Alves, Pedro's perfect Catalan and Ter Stegen's Spanish.

Close to midnight, the team ended the celebration with a final victory lap and an impressive fireworks show.

The treble celebrations at Camp Nou by fcbarcelona

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