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USWNT World Cup Parade: How to watch and livestream

If you can’t make it to lower Manhattan, here’s how to see the Women’s World Cup winners celebrate

The U.S. Women’s National Team celebrates its 2015 World Cup victory with a ticker-tape parade on Broadway.
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In less than 24 hours, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team—this year’s Women’s World Cup champions—will take to the streets of New York City for a ticker-tape parade.

That event will happen along a stretch of Broadway known as the Canyon of Heroes, so named because of the many dignitaries, sports stars, and other well-known figures who’ve paraded down its blocks. (In fact, the last time one was held, it was to celebrate the USWNT’s 2015 World Cup victory.)

The event kicks off at 9:30 a.m. at the Battery and travels up to City Hall, where a ceremony giving the team the keys to the city will be held. But what if you can’t get to lower Manhattan—or weren’t one of the lucky few to get tickets to the event in City Hall Park? Luckily, the parade will be broadcast and livestreamed by a number of outlets.

Several channels will be broadcasting the event live, including ABC7NY, WCBS, and NBC New York. The NYC Mayor’s Office YouTube channel will host its own livestream of the event.

Meanwhile, EarthCam will have one of its livestreaming cameras trained on the Charging Bull at the southern end of Broadway, where you’ll be able to catch the start of the parade.

Tune in starting at 9:30 a.m. for all of the action.