The Philadelphia Eagles parade is going to be one for the ages as the City of Brotherly Love prepares to celebrate their first Super Bowl championship in franchise history. On the heels of beating the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl 52 Sunday night in Minneapolis, the city is ready to throw one of the biggest parties known to man.

Tom Brady threw for an incredible 500+ yards and three touchdowns, yet it was Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles and the Eagles' offense that stole the show in the end. Foles looked nothing like a backup, as he came through with flying colors on the biggest stage and was nothing but clutch when the Eagles needed him the most.

What will happen with Foles next season? Will he remain with the Eagles in 2018? Right now that is not a top priority. All Foles, the Eagles fans, and the entire city want to do is celebrate this incredible accomplishment.

Parade start time

Just like a free TV deal on Black Friday, you can bet the Eagles fans will be heading to the parade route very early on Thursday morning. Heck, some fans may even be camping out now! Fans in Philadelphia will be celebrating their first championship in the modern Super Bowl era and their first title since 1960. According to CBS Sports, all of the hoopla will begin at 11 a.m. ET at Broad and Pattison which is near the stadium complex. It will then head down Broad Street before moving to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and ending at the Art Museum.

How to watch live

Now, if you are an Eagles fan and can’t make it to the big parade due to prior commitments, work, or if you don’t even live in Philadelphia, don’t worry -- there are plenty of ways you can catch all of the action as it unfolds live.

If you live in Philadelphia or the surrounding tri-county areas, the Eagles' 2018 championship parade will air on several local networks, including 6ABC, CBS3, NBC10 and FOX29.

If you want to watch the longest “pregame” for the parade, FOX29 will begin its live coverage starting at 4 a.m. ET.

If you are on-the-go, you can still watch every cheerful moment streaming live online through your tablet, PC or smartphone through several websites, including,, and

If you just flat-out miss the parade altogether, NBC Sports Philadelphia will replay the parade on a 24-hour loop on NBC Sports Philadelphia-plus starting at 6:30 p.m. Yes, Eagles fans are going to treasure this title for a long, long time.