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Barcelona teams celebrate dual league victories

Barcelona teams rejoice in their league triumphs, parading through the city in open-top buses as fans cheer them on.



Barcelona teams celebrate dual league victories
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Barcelona: Barcelona's men's and women's teams celebrated their dual league victories with a parade through the city's streets. Thousands of supporters lined the streets, cheering on their heroes as they rode in open-top buses, proudly displaying their respective league titles.

The men's team secured their 27th league title with a victory over Espanyol, ending a two-year drought since their last triumph in 2019. Led by Xavi Hernandez, the team showcased their skill and determination throughout the season, culminating in their well-deserved victory.

Meanwhile, Barcelona's women's team claimed their fourth consecutive Liga F win, a remarkable feat that demonstrates their dominance in Spanish women's football. The team, coached by Lluís Cortés, has been a force to be reckoned with in recent years, consistently setting the standard for excellence in women's football.

The parade route took the buses through the main square, Plaza Catalunya, and toward the Arc de Triomf monument. The festive atmosphere was complemented by a bus leading the way, pumping out pop songs, and filling the streets with blue and red smoke.

Players like Ronald Araujo and Robert Lewandowski waved to the crowd adorned in their respective national flags and Barcelona scarves. Coach Xavi Hernandez, whose name was frequently chanted, added to the excitement by throwing down a can of beer to the thirsty fans below.

Both teams proudly wore t-shirts proclaiming their league victories and the promise of a bright future. The unity within the club was evident as the men's and women's teams celebrated together in an unprecedented joint celebration.

Barcelona's women's team is set to face Wolfsburg in the Champions League final, aiming to secure their second continental trophy. As the festivities continued, the men's team looked ahead to their final match at the Spotify Camp Nou before moving to the Montjuïc Olympic Stadium next season.

On the other hand, Barcelona's women's team remained focused on their upcoming Champions League final in Eindhoven, aiming to secure another continental triumph.