Patriots Parade Live: The Patriots are gearing up for another Super Bowl parade. New England took home a 13-3 victory over the Rams on Sunday in Super Bowl 53. It has won three of the last five titles and has now won six championships, which puts it in a tie with Pittsburgh for the most in NFL history.
New England is planning to celebrate Tuesday at 11 a.m. ET, according to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
According to the mayor’s office, the parade will begin on Boylston Street at Hereford Street, in front of the Hynes Convention Center. The duck boats will travel northeast on Boylston past Copley Square, the Public Garden and Boston Common before turning left on Tremont Street and continuing onto Cambridge Street in front of City Hall.
One year later, Brady and his Patriots teammates again rode through the streets of Boston, to the adoration of New England fans.
“In the lead vehicle, Belichick wore his trademark sweatshirt. He was surrounded by team owner Robert Kraft, vice chairman Jonathan Kraft and player personnel director Scott Pioli — each clutching one of the team’s three Vince Lombardi trophies,” reads the story from the Washington Post.
A decade later, the Patriots captured their next Super Bowl victory. According to SB Nation, unlike the previous victory parades, which took place on the Tuesday following the big game, 2015’s Super Bowl parade took place on a Wednesday.
“Mayor Marty Walsh originally announced that the parade would begin Tuesday at 11 a.m. ET at the Prudential Tower and end at City Hall, but weather concerns convinced the city to push the celebration to Wednesday,” SB Nation reported.
Interspersed between parades honoring the Brady-era Patriots victories came those celebrating other Boston world championships. In 2004, the Boston Red Sox captured their first World Series win in 96 years. They followed that up with wins in 2007 and 2013. The 2013 parade was especially sweet for Boston fans, as they rallied behind the cry of #BostonStrong, in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing in April of that year.