The New York Giants are Super Bowl XLVI champs, and there is no better way to celebrate than by throwing a parade.
After beating the New England Patriots for the second time this season, and the second time in the Super Bowl, the Giants will be honored today by all their fans in their home city.
According to WPIX in New York, the Super Bowl XLVI parade will be today, Tuesday, Feb. 7, beginning at 11 a.m.
The parade will begin at Battery Place and Washington Street and continue northbound up the Canyon of Heroes to Worth Street. The parade will be followed by a ceremony at City Hall Plaza, at which the Mayor will present the NY Giants with Keys to the City.
The parade is free, but you will need tickets to attend the ceremony.
If you missed out on tickets, there will be three big screen televisions for all of the public to watch and listen to their champion New York Giants.
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If you're not in New York and still wish to catch a glimpse of the parade, you can tune into ESPNEWS or the NFL Network.
If you're in New York but can't make it, just tun the television on to your local CBS New York station, and you'll be able to watch the celebration.
It's expected to be a massive event filled with great joy and good times. New Jersey is even adding buses for the parade because there will be so many people.
Thanks to WPIX, here is a map of the parade route.
Mayor Bloomberg told WPIX that, "Big Blue gave us a game to remember, and on Tuesday we're going to give them a parade to remember."
That sounds like he's ready for heck of a party.
Rejoice in this moment, Giants fans. You definitely earned it.