Eagles Super Bowl victory parade: How to watch online, live stream info
The city estimates 3 million people will attend the parade. You can watch it online.
On Thursday the Eagles victory parade will march through Philadelphia and celebrate the first Super Bowl win in franchise history.
An estimated three million people are expected to pack Center City to celebrate the Eagles Super Bowl LII win and catch a glimpse of their favorite Eagles players along the parade route. Many estimate the Eagles victory parade will be the biggest celebration in Philadelphia sports history. So, if you thought the 2008 Phillies World Series parade was wild, you’re in for a ride.
According to the Philadelphia Police Department, there will be extra law enforcement presence along the perimeter of the parade for maximum security.
People are encouraged to go out and celebrate the Eagles Super Bowl win, but if you have any plans to get too rowdy or, in a rare and bizarre case, eat horse manure during the celebration, Mayor Jim Kenney urges you to sit this one out.
“Knuckleheads should stay home,” Mayor Kenney said on NBC10 Philadelphia when he announced details for the Eagles parade Tuesday.
Just in case you’re one of those “knuckleheads” Mayor Kenney was referring or if you don’t plan on attending the parade but you want to watch the live broadcast of the Eagles victory parade on television or live stream, you have options.
NBC 10 is the official broadcast partner for the Philadelphia Eagles so if you want to catch the most local coverage on TV, tune into NBC10 and NBC Sports Philadelphia with full commentary.
If you’re not going to be in front of a television set during the parade you can watch the Eagles victory parade live stream at NBC10.com and NBCSports Philadelphia. Alternatively, if you want to catch a bird’s eye view of the parade without television commentary, you can check out the live stream Earthcam located at the Franklin Institute to see the massive sea of green celebrate the 2018 Super Bowl champs.
The Eagles victory parade will begin at 11 a.m. sharp at Broad and Pattison Street and will travel north up Broad Street and make its way over to the Art Museum.