The Sky Blues were presented with the Sky Bet League One trophy last week, after being crowned champions of the division.
City were five points cleared of second placed Rotherham United and seven points clear of third place Oxford United with a game in hand when the season came to an end on the 9th of June.
Upon winning the title, the Sky Blues were promoted to the Championship for the first since 2012, after securing two promotions in the space of three years.
The players and staff were awarded with their winner’s medals and then with the League One trophy as the celebrations got underway.
Captain Liam Kelly lifted the trophy surrounded by his teammates, all who have helped guide the Sky Blues to their first league title since 1967.
The title was also manager Mark Robins’ third honour since returning to the club in 2017 after winning the EFL Trophy, League Two Play-Offs and now the League One title.
Please note: All players and staff had temperature checks on arrival to the Sky Blue Lodge and were asked to fill out health monitoring information over the last few weeks and no flags were raised on any of these checks.