The New England Patriots are Super Bowl champions yet again, and on Tuesday, they will be celebrating Super Bowl LIII with a parade in Boston.
Thanks to star quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick, the Patriots have won six championships since 2001 and three over the past five years. They defeated the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday 13-3.
TIME: 11 a.m. ET on Tuesday
LIVE STREAM: On USA TODAY Sports
TV: NFL Network
ROUTE: Begins at Hynes Convention Center.
Continues on Boylston Street past the Public Garden and Boston Common.
Turns left and continues up Tremont.
Turns onto Cambridge Street.
Finishes on Cambridge Street in front of City Hall.
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