On Thursday, February 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Eagles and millions of its friends will celebrate the Birds’ big Super Bowl win—the first in franchise history—with a victory parade and ceremony in Philly.
The parade will make its way from South Philly up Broad Street to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, ending at the Philadelphia Museum of Art around noon. At 1 p.m. a special ceremony on the steps will take place until 3 p.m.
It’s being hailed as what may be the largest event of its kind for the city, potentially drawing even more folks to the streets than the Phillies’ World Series parade in 2008, when millions showed up to celebrate.
But no need to suffer from FOMO. If for whatever reason you can’t make the big party, there are plenty of ways to watch the festivities without ever leaving your couch or workplace. We’ll update this article as more information becomes available.
How to watch the Eagles parade on TV
The official broadcast partner of the Eagles is NBC10, which will be airing the ceremony on the NBC10 and NBC Sports Philadelphia channels.
All of the major networks will be air the parade live, as well, including 6ABC, CBS3, Fox29, ESPN2, and the NFL Network.
How to watch the parade online
Here’s a list of all of the livestreams that will air the parade online: