Manchester City were crowned Premier League champions after Arsenal lost 1-0 at Nottingham Forest on Saturday evening.
The Gunners needed to win to delay City’s title celebrations ahead of their home match against Chelsea on Sunday.
City had overhauled Arsenal’s eight-point lead as Mikel Arteta’s side faltered, winning 11 Premier League games in a row including a 4-1 victory over their rivals at the end of April.
Pep Guardiola’s team are unbeaten in their last 23 games through all competitions, having also reached the finals of both the FA Cup and Champions League final.
Forest’s victory also secured their own Premier League status again next season.
City have won the Premier League for the third successive campaign and a fifth in the past six years.
The Premier League trophy will be presented to City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, when they face Chelsea.
City captain Ilkay Gundogan said on the Manchester City website: “To have helped the club win a third straight Premier League title is something very special.
“The Premier League is without doubt the most demanding and competitive league in the world so that tells you everything about what an achievement this is.
“This squad is so talented and so special and to have been captain this season has been an enormous privilege.”
Gundogan paid tribute to a collective effort.
“I would also like to thank Pep, all the backroom staff and everyone who works across this football club. Every single day they help provide us as players with everything we need in order to try to be successful. There is no way we could have won this title without all their support,” the midfielder said.
“It has been a season I will never forget. Our amazing fans have been with us every single step of the way. Without their amazing backing I don’t think there is any way we would have been able to achieve what we have done these past six seasons.
“Their passion and support have been so important and inspirational for us all. Hopefully winning the Premier League title again is a fitting way for us to say thank you to our fans.”
Erling Haaland’s goals helped fire City to the title, as the Norway forward set a new Premier League record with 36 so far.
He wrote on Twitter: “Always give your best. Always believe. It pays off. C’MON CITY!”
City defender Aymeric Laporte posted: “What a season tho. Credit to absolutely everyone involved from top to bottom.
“Every one of use fought for this. More to come soon hopefully but we can already be proud of this one.”