Story updated 29/5/11
Greater Manchester Police is urging United fans to make the club's championship parade on Monday 30 May a memorable occasion.
Thousands of fans are expected to line the streets from Manchester city centre to Stretford to celebrate the Reds' record-breaking 19th title and police officers are hoping fans enjoy themselves in a responsible manner as the team show off the trophy on an open top bus.
Assistant Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said: "This is a time for Manchester United fans to celebrate their win and I would like to congratulate them on their club's success.
"I would remind supporters to take note of the on-street alcohol ban restricting drinking alcohol in public places. The parade will be attended by a lot of families and I would urge all those attending to enjoy the unique atmosphere but behave in a responsible way.
"We did all this just a week ago with Manchester City and it was a fantastic success - I hope the United fans do their club just as proud."
Fans will be able to pay tribute to Sir Alex’s men on a 4.5-mile alcohol-free route that
Monday 30 May (10:00 to 12:35)
Manchester Cathedral – Deansgate (Victoria Street to Liverpool Road) – Bridgewater Viaduct to Chester Road – Bridgewater Way – Wharfside Way – Sir Matt Busby Way (including Old Trafford stadium) – Warwick Road to Talbot Road – Talbot Road to Stretford Mall.
Printable map: manutd.com/parade
Watch it live online and on MUTV