After a 57-year wait since their last championship, Eagles fans will finally be able to celebrate a Super Bowl victory with a parade on Broad Street.

The parade will begin Thursday at 10:45 a.m., starting near Lincoln Financial Field at Broad Street and Pattison Avenue. The parade will travel north up Broad Street, turn at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, and continue until it reaches the Philadelphia Museum of Art sometime between noon and 12:30 p.m.

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At 1 p.m., the city will hold a ceremony on the Art Museum steps. So far, details are being kept under wraps, but the Creative Group's Fred Stein, who helped plan the event, promised: "It will be dramatic. It will be wonderful. It will be fantastic."

Eagles fans who won't be able to attend the parade in person (SEPTA's parade day rail passes are already sold out) won't have to worry about missing too much of the action, since every local station and several sports networks will cover the festivities live. will stream the entire parade live, as will all the local networks — 6ABC, CBS3, NBC10 and FOX29. Of the networks, FOX29 will begin its live coverage the earliest, starting at a yawn-inducing 4 a.m. with Good Day Philadelphia hosts Alex Holley and Mike Jerrick anchoring the network's coverage all day. In addition to its live coverage, NBC Sports Philadelphia will replay the parade on a 24-hour loop on NBC Sports Philadelphia+ starting at 6:30 p.m.

On ESPN2, Philadelphia-area native Kevin Negandhi and former Inquirer reporter Sal Paolantonio will cohost a special two-hour SportsCenter starting at 11 a.m. ESPN will also hand over all its social-media accounts to Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks, who will be snapping photos and shooting videos from one of the parade floats.

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Over on the NFL Network, coverage of the parade will also begin at 11 a.m.. Among the network personalities who will be covering the festivities is Kyle Brandt, whose impassioned defense of the underdog Eagles throughout the playoffs went viral among Birds fans. The NFL Network will also air a special message to Eagles from NBA legend Kobe Bryant, a Philadelphia native who shared an awesome and profane video celebrating the Birds' Super Bowl win with his 1-year-old daughter, Bianka.

Here’s a basic guide of how to watch the Eagles parade

Start time: 9 a.m.

Hosts: Jim Gardner and Ducis Rogers


Start time: 9 a.m.

Hosts: Ukee Washington, Jessica Dean, Don Bell, Jim Donovan, Natasha Brown, Vittoria Woodill, Meisha Johnson and Pat Gallen


Start Time: 4 a.m.

Hosts: Alex Holley, Mike Jerrick and Kristen Rodgers.


Start time: 10 a.m.

Hosts:  Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz and Jacqueline London

Streaming:, NBC10 app

Start time: 10:30 a.m.

Hosts: Michael Barkann, Ray Didinger, and Barrett Brooks

Streaming:, NBC Sports App

Start time: 11 a.m.

Host: Matt Barrie

Streaming: ESPN App

Start time: 11 a.m.

Host: Andrew Siciliano