Eagles Parade 2018

Eagles Super Bowl Parade 2018: Date, Time and Route, A first is about to unfold in the city of Philadelphia: A Lombardi Trophy will make its way through the streets. Eagles parade date, time, road closures, SEPTA schedule, and other Super Bowl celebration details

The Philadelphia Eagles completed the Hollywood-esque story in the 2018 Super Bowl, taking down Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in epic fashion, 41-33.  When the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots on Sunday to win their first Super Bowl in team history, the streets of Philly were flooded with fans chanting, singing, and (despite the city’s best efforts to deter them with hydraulic fluid) scaling light poles and street signs.Win or lose,

Along the way, the Eagles got key performances from free-agent adds such as Alshon Jeffery, a game-altering play from first-round pick Derek Barnett and repeated aggressive and smart calls from head coach Doug Pederson, including two fourth-down plays sure to go down in football lore forever.

The Eagles’ Super Bowl celebration will begin with a parade that starts at 10:45 a.m. outside Lincoln Financial Field. It will travel north up toward city hall and ultimately finish at the Art Museum around Noon, or perhaps a little bit after. On Monday morning, Mayor Jim Kenney told SportsRadio WIP during an interview that the parade would be “most likely Thursday.” Hours later, the city tweeted out some details.