After defeating Japan in the World Cup this past Sunday, the USWNT celebrated as part of a historic parade in NYC. The parade down the famed Canyon of Heroes honored this team, making them the first women’s sport team to receive such an event.
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Ticker-tape parades on this same route in NYC have been ongoing since 1886, often honoring politicians and New York championship teams. The parade, which cost the city $2 million, featured the players aboard different floats, which drove past thousands of screaming fans. Along the way, fans up in buildings covered the streets with confetti, as part of the historic tradition.
Look at some pictures of the event below: