Fans gather for Eagles' Super Bowl victory parade

Fans line Benjamin Franklin Parkway before the Super Bowl victory parade for the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday in Philadelphia

Fans line Benjamin Franklin Parkway before the Super Bowl victory parade for the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday in Philadelphia. AP

After that, the play will be shown in Philadelphia until the end of time.

The Eagles secured their first-ever Super Bowl win on Sunday with a nail-biting 41-33 win over the New England Patriots.

Fans turned up early to stake out spots along the Eagles Super Bowl parade's route, according to ESPN, with some even camping overnight in tents along Broad Street.

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Philadelphia Eagles fan Will Gruccio, of Vineland, New Jersey, wears a jersey with his nickname on the back.

The players were ready to get rowdy, too, with some trying to get off the double-decker buses carrying the team in an effort to hang with fans.

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That wasn't enough for one particular Eagles fan. The beer giveaway at select taverns stems from a comment made by Eagles right tackle, Lane Johnson, who told ESPN in August that he would give out free beer to everybody if the Eagles won the Super Bowl.

A Philadelphia Eagles fan on South Broad Street wears a David Akers jersey.

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce speaks in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art after a Super Bowl victory parade for the Philadelphia Eagles football team, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, in Philadelphia.

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