Led by captain Terry, the Blues dined at Nobu Berkeley in Mayfair before continuing the celebrations at the Whisky Mist nightclub.
But what will shock most football fans is that the Chelsea boys were joined by Arsenal's SamirNasri, Bacary Sagna and injured midfielder Cesc Fabregas on the big night out. Former Gunner Emmanuel Adebayor - now with Manchester City - alsojoined in on the celebrations.
Beautiful game: Chelsea's John Terry kisses his Premier League winners' medal
Arsenal had earlier beaten Chelsea's west London rivals Fulham 4-0 at Craven Cottage while Manchester City drew 1-1 at West Ham.
As for Terry, he was on his best behaviour and stayed close to his devoted wife Toni all night following the Vanessa Perroncel scandal earlier this year.
But one player flying solo was embattled Ashley Cole, who split from his pop star wife Cheryl in February.
Flying solo: Ashley Cole looked smart as he arrived at the party but ended up leaving the Whisky Mist nightclub in West London a tad worse for wear later
As he emerged from Whisky Mist in the early hours of this morning, it appeared he may have ripped his white T-shirt as he had bits of material hanging out from his hoodie as he stumbled out of the club.
The festivities also marked the first time One Show host Christine Bleakley had publicly joined boyfriend Frank Lampard for a team celebration.
Plenty of bottle: Christine Bleakley stays refreshed while with Frank Lampard
Rare evening out: Joe Cole and wife Zoey called in the babysitters to watch Ruby
Having a laugh: Michael Ballack and his missus head for home after big night out
Wink wink: Paulo Ferreira, with his other half, gives photographers the thumbs-up
Bleakley was seen downing a bottle of water in the back of her taxi as she and the Chelsea midfielder headed home following the boozy night.
Midfielder Joe Cole was joined by wife Carly - her first night out since giving birth to their daughter Ruby in March.
Michael Ballack and Paulo Ferreira was also snapped leaving the trendy West End club with their wives.
Taking a spin: Arsenal mates Samir Nasri (left) and Bacary Sagna at the wheel
Enlarge Enlarge All smiles: Emmanuel Adebayor (left) out in West London and Cesc Fabregas
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