- Chelsea will not hold their open-bus victory parade on Sunday, May 28, 2017
- The parade was cancelled in honour of the Manchester arena attacks
- The Blues won the Premier League but have not paraded their trophy
- At least 22 people were have died from a terror attack on Monday, May 22, 2017
The planned Premier League open-bus victory parade has been cancelled in the wake of the Manchester Arena attack.
The parade which was due to take place on Sunday, May 28, was cancelled with the Blues saying it would be "inappropriate" for it to hold.
Monday's bombing killed at least 22 people and left another 59 people injured.
The Blues had planned an open-top bus tour with the trophy and hoped to add the FA Cup in Saturday's final with Arsenal.
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Arsenal have also cancelled a parade should they win against Chelsea in the FA cup final.
A screening of the match at the club's Emirates Stadium has also been shelved, and fans will be given refunds.
The Premier league champions will wear black armbands during the final at Wembley and will make a donation to a fund supporting victims of the attack.
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