The Giants will commemorate their fourth Super Bowl victory with hundreds of thousands of their loyal fans tomorrow with a two-part, two-state celebration, just as they did with great fun and fanfare four years ago.
The Giants defeated the New England Patriots, 21-17, last night in Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. It was their second Super Bowl victory over the Patriots in five seasons.
The festivities will begin with a traditional a ticker-tape parade hosted by New York City in lower Manhattan. The parade will begin at Battery Place and Washington Street at 11 a.m. and continue northbound up the Canyon of Heroes to Worth Street. The parade will be followed by a ceremony at City Hall Plaza, at which the Mayor will present the Giants with Keys to the City.
"Big Blue gave us a game to remember, and on Tuesday we're going to give them a parade to remember," Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said.
Following the ceremony, the Giants will board busses and return to New Jersey, where Giants players, coaches and owners and Gov. Chris Christie will celebrate the title in the team's home, MetLife Stadium.
Parking Lots F and G will be open to the public beginning at 11 a.m. and the stadium gates will open three hours later. The celebration on the MetLife Stadium field is expected to run from 3-3:30 p.m. Concession stands will be open.