The Treble Trophy Tour has completed its Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland leg as our scintillating celebration nears its conclusion.

Following Manchester City winning the Big Five of the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup, our major honours have visited six continents and 23 countries.

The latest of those being Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland with former Blues defender Richard Dunne in attendance.

The Treble Trophy Tour kicked off at Belfast City Hall on Thursday 7 March where an iconic photo was taken at the famous landmark.

City’s major honours were then on display at the Lansdowne Hotel – handing supporters the chance to have pictures taken.

As night fell on the first day of the tour, fans flocked from all over Northern Ireland for the public sessions which was followed by an exclusive event for Official Supporter Clubs.

Giant’s Causeway in County Antrim was the first location on day two for another photo opportunity at the unique natural wonder and one of the most famous heritage sites in the country.

Later that day, the Treble Trophy Tour rolled into Donegal where we were joined by former Club captain and legend Richard Dunne.

There were more public sessions to see the trophies and we ended the evening with an exclusive event for the Official Supporters Club at the Rose Villa Hotel.

This included a Q&A with four-time City player of the year and cult hero, Dunne, as he shared a swathe of great stories about his footballing journey with the Club and unique insights into what makes it so special.

After departing Donegal, we arrived at one of Europe’s biggest sporting arenas, Croke Park, in Dublin for a three-hour public event.

Here, fans were excited to see the trophies and take photos with local hero, Dunne, who was back in his home city.

The Treble Trophy Tour’s final day started early on Sunday morning for an iconic photograph outside of Temple Bar in Dublin.

A Dublin institution that dates back to 1840, the Temple Bar is a traditional pub offering a good showcase of Irish culture.

The next stop was to surprise two long-standing City fans (and founders of the Official Supporters Club in Dublin) at their home.

Dunne delivered the Big Five trophies as the fans reminisced and shared their stories with the City legend.

Our final event was a match screening of the much-anticipated Premier League match between the reigning Premier League champions and Liverpool.

We were joined by hundreds of fans at Murrays Bar in Dublin. Fans were also able to take their pictures with the trophies and enjoy an exclusive Q&A with Richard Dunne ahead of the match.

Thanks for having us Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland!