Inter Milan were officially crowned Serie A champions after Atalanta drew 1-1 at Sassuolo on Sunday.
The result left Inter with an unassailable 13-point gap in first place with four matches remaining.
Inter's title marks the first time they've collected a Scudetto since 2010. Their triumph also breaks a run of nine-straight titles for Juventus, with AC Milan preceding that streak with their 2011 success.
Inter's celebrations started in Calabria on Saturday following the team's 2-0 win at lowly Crotone. The Nerazzurri's title was effectively confirmed after unanswered goals from Christian Eriksen and Achraf Hakimi, so dancing and chanting naturally followed in the away dressing room.
While Inter celebrate their first title in 11 years, Juventus may do more than just lose their crown. Andrea Pirlo's side is three points adrift of Serie A's Champions League places ahead of its meeting with Udinese on Sunday.
"We're breaking up a dynasty," said manager Antonio Conte. "Not even in my wildest dreams could I have imagined that we'd make up this much ground on the team that dominated Serie A for nine years in the space of two seasons.
"This doesn't mean we're better than Juventus, they have a great squad; we've rolled our sleeves up and started doing some important work, trying to make ourselves credible."