Super Bowl Parade 2022 Live Stream: The LA Rams dominated the NFL this season with their Super Bowl LVI victory Parade, and now the champions are taking over Southern California. Super Bowl Parade 2022 Live Having spent Monday celebrating with Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and friends at Disneyland, the team will take to the streets of downtown LA for the official Super Bowl parade on Wednesday, Feb. 16. Enjoy Rams Parade 2022 live on air.
The city will honor the Super Bowl champion Rams, marking an opportunity to finally celebrate a champion. The parade, scheduled to start at 11 a.m., will be about one mile long, starting and ending in the Exposition Park area south of downtown Los Angeles.
The 1.1-mile parade route will begin at the Shrine Auditorium and end at LA Memorial Coliseum, where a rally will be held in the Coliseum’s Olympic Plaza, CBS Los Angeles reported. Beginning at 11 a.m. PT at the intersection of Royal Street and Jefferson Boulevard, the parade will continue to Figueroa Street, turn down Exposition Park Drive and then conclude at the Coliseum at 11:45 a.m. A rally will then be held at the Coliseum’s plaza from noon to 1 p.m. PT.
Lakers star LeBron James already tweeted out his desire to party with the Rams — and to belatedly celebrate the Lakers’ 2020 championship as their parade was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The built-to-win-now Rams, who acquired quarterback Matthew Stafford in a trade before signing receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and linebacker Von Miller during the season, defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 Sunday to claim the franchise’s second Super Bowl title. The Rams previously won the Super Bowl in 2000, but that was when they played in St. Louis.
It will be Los Angeles’ first victory parade since 2014.
The wait for a celebratory procession hasn’t been due to lack of championships. The Lakers and Dodgers both won world titles in 2020, but neither franchise had a victory parade due to pandemic restrictions. Those championships came at the end of pandemic-shortened seasons and at the height of a fall 2020 virus surge.
The LA Kings were honored with parades after they won the Stanley Cup in 2012 and 2014.
The Lakers celebrated with a parade after their 2010 NBA title, but the Dodgers haven’t had a parade since their 1988 World Series win.
Lakers star LeBron James was among those suggesting a combined city of champions parade featuring all three teams, but that seems unlikely to happen.
“We, Dodgers and Rams should all do a joint parade together!!!!” James tweeted Monday. “With a live concert afterwards to end it!! City of Champions. Congrats once again.”
The Super Bowl win marked the high-point of the Rams return to Los Angeles after leaving St. Louis in 2016. The Rams had been in St. Louis since 1995, moving there from Anaheim. Before playing at Anaheim Stadium, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was the team’s long-time home.
“The NFL needed L.A., and L.A. needed the NFL,” Mayor Eric Garcetti said. “It was a broken-heart story. If it was Hollywood, it would have been maybe a rom-com. But at least some sort of romance. But it was our destiny to come back together.”
The mayor thanked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, saying the league “bet big on L.A., not just once but twice, with two great teams.”
Here’s what to know about Wednesday’s parade.