The U.S. Women’s National Team are the 2019 World Cup champions, and New Yorkers ready to celebrate.
The city is honoring the team’s fourth Women’s World Cup victory with a ticker-tape parade along Canyon of Heroes. It stretches Broadwa, from the Battery to City Hall and stepped off at 9:30 a.m. Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to present the team with keys to the city during a ceremony at 10:30 a.m. at City Hall Plaza.
Tickets were made available to the public, but sold out fast. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones — or you can’t make it downtown on a weekday morning — consider tuning into a livestream of the parade instead.
Viewers in the city and surrounding areas can watch the parade on TV on CBS, with coverage set from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The special, airing live, is dubbed "Saluting the Champions."
It’s also available for streaming on your computer or iPhone, through the CBS Live app and CBS.com/watch.
ABC’s coverage is available for streaming online at ABCNews.com/live, the ABC News mobile app, as well as on Roku, Hulu, Apple TV and Amazon Fire devices.
A free option for those who don’t have cable: EarthCam has cameras positioned along Broadway so you can stream the start of the parade. A full livestream is also expected on the NYC Mayor’s Office YouTube page.