|Leading by example: Jupp Heynckes (left) has a dance with midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger.|
Bayern Munich celebrated their Champions League triumph in style, by partying into the night after toppling Borussia Dortmund in a thrilling Wembley encounter.
Arjen Robben, who created the first goal before scoring the winner, was joined by his team-mates at the Grosvenor House hotel in Park Lane for the after party.
Bastian Schweinsteiger, who missed a penalty in last season's Champions League final, looked delighted as the Germany midfielder tied a scarf around his head to lead the proceedings.
Finally yours: Schweinsteiger holds the trophy next to his partner Sarah Brandner
Winning manager Jupp Heynckes joined his team on the dance floor, as the retiring 68-year-old celebrated his second trophy of the season, having won the Bundesliga over Dortmund by 25 points.
The Bavarian giants, who were joined by their wives and partners after the game, could yet win a treble if they beat Stuttgart in the domestic cup final.
Across town, a more sombre affair was taking place. The beaten Dortmund stars gathered for their post-match meet at the Natural History Museum.
Party time: Arjen Robben (right) and Mario Mandzukic (centre) joined Schweinsteiger
Come here you: Uli Hoeness is congratulated by Schweinsteiger at the Park Lane hotel.
Mario Gotze, who will leave Dortmund for Bayern in the summer, was in attendance having been sidelined for the final through injury.
Dortmund's star striker Robert Lewandowski is expected to follow the playmaker out of the Westfalenstadion, but looked distraught at the final whistle and didn't appear to be in much higher spirits at the Kensington party.
Drink it in: Schweinsteiger takes a picture on his phone as the party gets going.
Sidelined: Xherdan Shaqiri, Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Rafinha did not start the match but celebrated all the same.
If it wasn't bad enough for Dortmund losing one star player in Gotze to their fierce rivals and Champions League tormentors, Heynckes seemed glad Gotze was joining the side Pep Guardiola will inherit next season, and hinted that Lewandowski could spearhead the former Barcelona manager's attack.
'We know Mario Gotze will be joining us and I don't think Lewandowski will be hanging about too much either,' Heynckes said after the game.
Lewandowski remains tight-lipped about his future, but media reports that his agents Cezary Kucharski and Maik Barthel were on Bayern's guest list for the club's victory banquet in London as it appears ever more likely the striker has played his final game for Dortmund.
You too: Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge hits the dance floor too.
Always one: Munich fan and alpine skiier Felix Neureuther puts the trophy on his head.
Raucous: A performer dances in a Bayern shirt as the party went on to the early hours.
The 24-year-old striker said he was only thinking of resting for a few days and then joining Polish teammates for a World Cup qualifier against Moldova on June 7.
'I'll be back in Dortmund a little after that,' Lewandowski said. 'I'll go to the national team and then we'll see what happens.'
More than 40,000 Bayern fans erupted in delirious joy when Robben scored the 89th-minute winner.
Cheery: Bayern players appear to be belting out a song as Schweinsteiger and Robben lead the way.
Bust a move: Dante performs a dance on the stage in front of his team-mates.
Finally: Bayern fans celebrates in Trafalgar Square after Robben's late winner.
Another 50,000 Bayern supporters watching on video screens at Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena were finally able to celebrate after three failings in previous finals when the Dutch forward rescued them from the prospect of another heartbreaking defeat on Europe's biggest stage.
Many stormed the vacant pitch to proclaim the famous victory and tear up sods of turf as souvenirs.
Singing, dancing and slapping each other on the back, many fans offered their own rendition of the Queen song 'We Are The Champions' as well as traditional fan chants praising Bayern.
Celebration: Stadium commentator Stephan Lehmann is joined by Javi Martinez on stage
Colossus: A modest-looking Manuel Neuer towers above his team-mates
Holy grail: The Bayern players bounce up and down in front of the Champions League trophy
The mood was entirely different 600 kilometres to the north in Dortmund, a former mining town about as far away from the glitzy and cosmopolitan world of Munich that you can get in a country where opinion was divided on who was the popular choice in the all-German final.
Souvenir: Bayern players snip the nets to take home a memento from Wembley
The match began well for the thousands of Dortmund fans packed into the Friedensplatz square in their black and yellow jerseys after the team dominated their loathed opponents for much of the first half.
Split loyalties: Mario Gotze will leave Dortmund in the summer for Bayern
Real love: An actor dressed in Dortmund colours stands guard outside their party in Kensington
Joy turned to despair when Munich scored after an hour before a deafening roar greeted Dortmund's equaliser in the 68th minute, reviving memories of Bayern's squandering of a 1-0 lead in last year's final before losing on penalties to Chelsea.
However, Robben's late intervention did nothing more than to leave the crowd in stunned silence.
Feeling glum? Robert Lewandowski and his girlfriend Anna Stachurska attend the Dortmund party
Always smiling: Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp was at the Natural History Museum with his wife Ulla
In attendance: Sven Bender and his girlfriend Simone Dettendorfer (left) and Ilkay Gundogan (right)
Wing man: Dortmund forward Jakub Blaszczykowski and his wife Agata
Defeated: Former Liverpool midfielder Nuri Sahin and his wife Tugba
Star turn: Mario Gotze, who will join Bayern, was at the Dortmund party
Unhappy: Mats Hummels was in black tie at the Dortmund bash