Chiefs Celebrate Super Bowl With Parade


Published on February 6 2020 6:37 am
Last Updated on February 6 2020 7:19 am

The Chiefs celebrated their first Super Bowl championship in 50 years with a parade Wednesday in Kansas City. Fans lined the two-mile parade route in chilly temperatures to cheer on the team, and heard head coach Andy Reid promise they're going to win again next year, saying, "Next year, we’re coming right back here. One more time baby, one more time.

During the parade, several players got off their double-decker buses to high-five fans and dance down the street, and Reid did it to show the Lombardi Trophy to fans along the route. There was also some spraying of champagne and chugging of beer by the players.