Leicester City clinched its first-ever English Premier League title on Monday when Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur played to a 2-2 draw in London.
The Foxes missed their first chance to celebrate on the field on Sunday, but that didn't stop the players from the most improbable champion in English soccer history -- if not the modern history of major sports -- from going wild as they watched the final whistle blow on a TV at striker Jamie Vardy's house.
Watch the celebration:
Leicester City entered the season as 5,000-to-1 longshots to win the English Premier League title -- a trophy dominated primarily by England's top four clubs. They were coming off an offseason of scandal, in which the appearance of multiple players in a video of a racist orgy led to the dismissal of three players. The Foxes, who spent most of last season in last place before winning their seven of their final nine matches to stave off relegation, were a favorite in the eyes of oddsmakers to end up back in the Championship, England's second league, next season.
Instead, they are champions.
Someone, though, may have to tell the team's manager. Claudio Ranieri reportedly decided to visit his 96-year-old mother in Italy instead of watching the match that clinched his first Premier League title.