CHICAGO (July 8, 2015) - The City of New York will host a ticker tape parade for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Champion U.S. Women's National Team on Friday, July 10 at 11 a.m. ET. All fans are invited to celebrate along the parade route which will be the Canyon of Heroes, along Broadway from the Battery to City Hall.
The parade will honor the USA following its historic run at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup that culminated with a 5-2 victory against Japan on July 5 to give the country its third title, and become the only nation to achieve that feat.
Is the parade open to the public?
Yes! All fans are invited to celebrate with the World Cup champions along the parade route.
What is the parade route and where can I watch the parade in person?
The parade will be at the Canyon of Heroes, along Broadway from Battery Park to City Hall. Fans are welcome to line the streets to see your World Cup champions.
Is this a ticketed event? Is there an admission charge?
Free of charge! There’s nothing for you to do but come out and cheer on your World Cup champions!
What time does the parade begin?
The parade is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. ET. and end at 12:15pm ET. Get there early!
What should I wear?
Lots and lots of Red, White and Blue!
What happens at the ceremony at City Hall?
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will host a special program for the U.S. Women’s National Team.
Will the event be televised?
Yes. You can watch the event on FOX Sports 1 and ESPN.
Will there be live streaming online?
Yes. More details forthcoming.
What are the social channels and hashtags?
- U.S. Women’s National Team on Twitter (@ussoccer_wnt; @ussoccer_esp), Facebook (U.S. Soccer), Instagram (@ussoccer_wnt) and Snapchat (ussoccer_wnt)
- Hashtags: #USWNTParade, #OneNationOneTeam and #SheBelieves
What is #SheBelieves?
Conceived and developed by the USWNT players, the #SheBelieves campaign is a message to young girls that they can accomplish all their goals and dreams. Read more about it here.
For more information on public transportation, traffic and street closings around the parade route, see the Downtown Alliance website.