Leicester will parade the Premier League trophy on an open-top bus around the citys streets on Monday night – and you can watch the whole event live on Sky Sports News HQ. The Foxes squad will gather at Jubilee Square in the city centre from 5pm, where they will board a bus that will take them south-east to Victoria Park, next to University of Leicester.The bus is expected to depart the area next to the clock tower at 6pm, before arriving at Victoria Park at 7pm for celebrations. Thousands of Foxes fans are expected to gather in the city centre and Victoria Park Leicesters champions will take to the stage in front of thousands of expectant fans and lift the first top-flight title in their 132-year history once again, following the official trophy presentation at the King Power Stadium last weekend.Both current and ex-players are expected to be part of celebrations that will continue into the night until around 10pm.Sky Sports News HQ will speak to former Foxes Matt Elliott and Ian Marshall, as well as Leicester city mayor Peter Soulsby and Maggie Shutt - the councils events planner who is organising Mondays celebrations. Leicester has been awash with blue and white since the title was won Also See: Myths busted by Leicester Foxes finish with Chelsea draw Leicester season review Ranieri grateful for support Doug Rader Astros Jersey . 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