The Philadelphia Eagles Are Super Bowl Champions AKA World Champions! Parade Info!

Philadelphia Eagles Win The Super Bowl - Broad Street and City Hall

‘Philadelphia Eagles Are World Champions!!’

The Philadelphia Eagles win Super Bowl LII and are now World Champions!

One can say three is a charm, because after the Eagles losing their first two Super Bowl appearances, they beat the New England Patriots 41 – 33!

As a Philadelphian, it was a great sight to witness as tens of thousands of fans flooded the streets! Many fans have dreamed this their whole life, and those who were looking down from above as well! There was hugging, crying, those singing Eagles chants and much more.

Many doubted the Eagles after Carson Wentz was lost for the season in week 14 while playing the Los Angeles Rams. But in steps Nick Foles for the remainder of the season. And guess what, Foles ended up being the MVP of Super Bowl LII!

It’s been an amazing story and year for the Eagles and their beloved fans. So much adversity wrapped up into one season.

Congratulations Philadelphia Eagles! Super Bowl Champions!!


People take to the streets of Philadelphia after the Eagles win the Super Bowl! And no, the city did not burn down! This video was taken at the corner of Broad and 15th Streets!

Now for the party to begin! The Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Parade is Thursday, February 8, which will start at 11 am at Broad and Pattison Streets and end up with a ceremony at the Philadelphia Museum of Art! There will be 14 jumbotrons set up along the route.

To receive important #Eagles info from the City, like parade, transit, and public safety details, sign up for free #ReadyPhila alerts. Text “ReadyEagles” to 888-777 right now! #FlyEaglesFly  #SuperBowlChamps #FlyPhillyFly

This is for you, City of Philadelphia!!!

Listen To Merrill Reese’s Call On Eagles Super Bowl Win

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Eagles Parade Info

Date: Thursday, February 8

Time: 11:00 am to approximately 3:00 pm

Start to finish: Broad & Pattison Sts to the Philadelphia Museum of Art (ceremony to be held at the museum)

Route:

- Starts at Broad and Pattison in South Philadelphia at 11 a.m.

- Northbound on Broad Street to S. Penn Square

- Westbound on S. Penn Square to 15th Street

- Northbound on 15th Street to JFK Blvd.

- Westbound on JFK Blvd. to 16th Street

- Northbound on 16th Street to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

- Westbound on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to Eakins Oval

- Ending at Philadelphia Museum of Art with a special ceremony 

Ceremony: Will begin at the steps of the Art Museum at 11 am and end approximately at 3 pm

Transporation: SEPTA says rides on the Market Frankford Line and the Broad Street Line will be FREE all day to get people to and from the parade route, sponsored by Independence Blue Cross. Click here for SEPTA details.

Yes, all Philly schools, both public and private, will be closed on Thursday.

Eagles Parade Route From City of Philadelphia

 

More Details

Street Closures:

Tuesday, February 6 and Wednesday, February 7

The inner lanes (inbound and outbound) of Benjamin Franklin Parkway will be closed from Eakins Oval to 20th Street will be closed from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Tuesday, February 6 and Wednesday, February 7.

Thursday, February 8

The following streets will be closed according to the schedules listed below.

5 am until approximately 6 pm

  • Benjamin Franklin Parkway between 16th Street and 20th Street (including Logan Circle)
  • 17th Street between Arch Street and Vine Street
  • 18th Street between Arch Street and Vine Street
  • 19th Street between Arch Street and Vine Street
  • Race Street between 20th Street and Logan Circle
  • 20th Street between Race Street and Callowhill Street
  • Benjamin Franklin Parkway between 20th Street and Eakins Oval (all lanes)
  • 21st Street between Spring Garden Street and Winter Street
  • Local access to Pennsylvania Avenue only (all traffic must turn left)
  • 22nd Street between Spring Garden Street and Race Street
  • Local access to Park Towne Place only (residents)
  • 23rd Street between Pennsylvania Avenue and Benjamin Franklin Parkway
  • Local access only as conditions allow
  • 24th Street between Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Park Towne Place
  • Park Towne Place between 22nd Street and 24th Street
  • Local access to Park Towne Place only (residents)
  • Pennsylvania Avenue/Callowhill Street between 20th Street and 21st Street
  • Local access to Barnes Foundation driveway (westbound) only
  • Eastbound open from 21st Street
  • Spring Garden Street between 22nd Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway
  • Local access only as conditions allow
  • Spring Garden Tunnel
  • Waterworks Drive
  • I-676 westbound 22nd Street off-ramp
  • 2000 Winter Street
  • Kelly Drive between Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Strawberry Mansion Drive
  • Martin Luther King Drive between Eakins Oval and Montgomery Drive
  • Spring Garden Street Bridge at 31st Street
  • Anne d’Harnoncourt Drive
  • 25th Street between Pennsylvania Avenue and Kelly Drive

The following streets will be designated “local access only” west of 22nd Street:

  • Wallace Street
  • Mt. Vernon Street
  • Green Street
  • Judson Street
  • Brandywine Street

9 am until 6 pm

  • South Broad Street between Pattison Avenue and S. Penn Square
  • S. Penn Square between Broad Street and 15th Street
  • 15th Street between Chestnut Street and Vine Street
  • 16th Street between Chestnut Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway
  • 1500-1600 Market Street
  • 1500-1600 JFK Blvd.
  • I-95 northbound and southbound Broad Street off-ramp
  • I-76 eastbound and westbound Broad Street off-ramp (Sports Complex)

10 am to 6 pm

  • All cross streets on Broad Street from Pattison Avenue to S. Penn Square, from 13th Street to 15th Street
  • Pattison Avenue between 7th Street and 20th Street

12 pm to 9 pm

  • JFK Blvd. between 20th Street and 29th Street/Schuylkill Avenue
  • 29th Street/Schuylkill Avenue between Market Street and JFK Blvd.
  • 30th Street between Market Street and Arch Street
  • I-76 westbound 30th Street off-ramp
  • I-76 eastbound 30th Street off-ramp
  • I-76 westbound Schuylkill Avenue on-ramp
  • Filbert Street between 10th Street and 12th Street
  • 10th Street between Filbert Street and Race Street
  • 11th Street between Filbert Street and Race Street
  • 12th Street between Filbert Street and Race Street

Main Photo Courtesy of Aaron Matzkin for MyPhillyAlive -

1st photo in gallery courtesy of Stephen Lyford

2nd photo in gallery courtesy of Kevin Falkenstien (At Super Bowl LII)

Other photos in the gallery (in order starting with the 3rd photo) are courtesy of: Mario Sabino from Philly In 360, Harlen Rosen, Brad Eeles, Jean Marchetti & Tim Shine

Jeff Belonger

Jeff Belonger has been in the mortgage industry for 19+ years and now wants to do something different. With his experience of blogging and social media, Jeff wants to share all of what Philadelphia has to offer, so he created MyPhillyAlive.com. At MyPhillyAlive, we want to share the excitement that the City of Philadelphia resonates. Sharing the passion within, from the people of Philadelphia. At MyPhillyAlive, we’ll be talking about Philadelphia restaurants, fun bars, the city night life, the history of Philadelphia, Philly attractions & events, the arts, sports, and much more. We want people to add their experiences regarding Philadelphia, even if they are from out of town, which can be done on our Facebook fan page as well. www.facebook.com/MyPhillyAlive At the end of the day, we want to be different from the many Philadelphia sites. We want our site to be easy to navigate, while at the same time, we want you to not only find the hot spots, the best things to do in Philadelphia; but those hidden gems within the city. Thanks...

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