Inter Milan are organizing a long parade to celebrate the Serie A title following Sunday’s clash against Torino.

The Nerazzurri clinched their 20th Scudetto on Monday after beating AC Milan 2-1 in the Derby della Madonnina.

Simone Inzaghi’s men celebrated with the Curva Nord after the match. However, they weren’t able to take the streets due to the bad weather.

But according to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInter1908, the club will make up for it with a four-hour parade this weekend.

Inter will host Torino at San Siro in Sunday’s early kickoff. After the match, the squad will parade across the city, from the stadium to the famous Duomo di Milano.

The tour will begin approximately at 16:00 local time, and should last for around four hours, crossing eight kilometers.

Inter Milan To Parade Across The City This Sunday

As the pink newspaper explains, the parade will include two open buses. The players and the technical staff will board the first one, while the rest of the staff will be on the second.

The tour will also feature a turn towards the Viale della Liberazione, the street that hosts the club’s headquarters. The club has made sure to decorate it for the occasion since Monday.

The parade will culminate with a DJ set awaiting the players on Terrace 21 of the Duomo. This is where the club’s announcer Mirko Mengozzi will present the squad one by one.

Nevertheless, this won’t be the end of the club’s celebrations. After all, the title ceremony will take place on the 19th of May when Inter host Lazio in their final home fixture of the season.

The club will also plan another celebratory day to mark the occasion.