Here is the route for the Patriots Parade

Crowds gather around Fenway Park for the 2018 World Series victory parade. (Photo by Aaron Ye / BU News Service)

By Rickie Houston
BU News Service

BOSTON —The New England Patriots have done it again.

The team defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 to earn yet another Super Bowl title. The win is the Patriots’ sixth Super Bowl title.

After maintaining a 3-3 stalemate for the first three quarters of the game, Patriots running back Sony Michel scored a touchdown to give the team a 10-3 lead over the Rams. Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski then solidified the win with a 13-3 lead, and final score, after a successful field goal late in the fourth quarter.

Now, for the more important question – when and where is the celebration?

It will begin at 11 a.m. at Hynes Convention Center, then advance down Boylston Street, then Tremont Street, eventually ending on Cambridge Street in front of City Hall. See a more detailed view of the parade’s route below:

Just like after the Red Sox’s 2018 World Series victory, the Patriots will also navigate Boston in the city’s famous Duck Boats. Fans are advised to arrive early to avoid parking restrictions.

Street closures and parking restrictions will be placed on Boylston Street, Massachusetts Avenue to Tremont Street, and Cambridge Street starting at 9 a.m. More restrictions will be enforced throughout the day. Check the City of Boston website for further information.

City officials said that what time they reopen the streets will depend on the size of the crowd.

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