Thousands of Sevilla fans celebrate their champions in the Andalusian capital | Video

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Thousands of Sevilla fans took to the center of the city this Thursday to celebrate with their players, coaches and managers the seventh UEFA Europa League Cupwon on Wednesday against AS Romaand honor the 'heroes' of Budapest during his triumphant ride in an open-top bus through the Andalusian capital, which began at the airport and ended with a party at the Ram贸n S谩nchez-Pizju谩n Stadium.

After receiving the cari帽o of sevillismo that crowded on the margins of the avenues and streets through which the procession passed, with numerous children and entire families, the seven-time champions made the first stop at the nursing home of the Little Sisters of the Poor and they came for the Historic Round to the Puerta de Jerez, traditional place for the club's festivities, to continue celebrating this new feat after a bad year, much suffered, in LaLiga.

In the midst of a festive atmosphere and with a bearable heat, about 28 or 27 degrees, this emblematic point for the sevillistas of this wide Seville's pedestrian zone brought together thousands of fans, like all the Constitution Avenue and the New Square, where the team's red open-top bus was met by a huge 'red and white tide' that was launched en masse into the streetswhich they could not do with the 2020 title due to the pandemic.

Between chants of "Champions, champions" or "Let's go my Sevilla, let's go champion" to which the players joined, the coaching staff headed by Jose Luis Mendilibar and leaders, along with dances and scarves and flags in the wind, the president, jose castroand the captains Jesus Navas and Ivan Rakitic offered the cup to the fans from the source of the Jerez Gate, protected by fences.

The thousands of sevillistas that crowded this area sang the Centennial Anthem a cappella at the behest of the club's sports director, Ramon Rodriguez 'Monchi', just like they did later on when the bus arrived at the New Square and on the balcony City hall Seville, after the reception of the acting mayor, Antonio Munozin the Columbus Hall.

Before, a representation of the procession, headed by the president, Mendilibar or the team captains, with Navas carrying the champion trophy, made an offering of the title to the Virgin of the Kingspatroness of the Archdiocese.

The bus of the seven-time champions was later greeted with shouts of "Yes, yes, yes, the Cup is here" and "Champions, champions" by thousands of people in a Plaza Nueva full of sevillistasafter which the entire squad went up to the Columbus Hall of the Town Hall, where emotional moments were lived by offering the cup to the city from the balcony of the town hall before his enthusiastic fans.

After these acts, the open-top bus left for the Ram贸n S谩nchez-Pizju谩n Stadium to put Round off the events with a great party and a show to celebrate in style with the subscribers of the club on lhistoric ogre of having won his seventh Europa League title, the 'fetish' tournament of Seville, with the grand prize of the classification for the next 'Champions'.

Sevilla, after winning on Wednesday in the penalty shootout against Roma (4-1) in a final that lasted 147 minutes of play counting overtime and added time in the Puskas Arena in Budapestconquered his seventh Europa League/UEFA Cup title, after those achieved in 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2020.

(With information from EFE)

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