At the airport in Buenos Aires, cheering crowds greeted World Cup champions Argentina, and Tuesday has been designated a national holiday. The team, which won the final on Sunday by defeating France, arrived at their destination at 05:24 GMT on Tuesday.
As they rode an open-top bus to the offices of their Football Association, supporters lined the streets. The main ceremony took place at the Obelisk monument in the capital city. Obelisk has acted as a meeting point for millions of football fans in Argentina.
Fans across Argentina gathered around the waving the national flag and raised posters of their hero Lionel Messi after their team's epic FIFA World Cup final win. The day is declared a bank holiday, according to the Argentine government, so supporters "may express their deepest joy for the national team."