Relive the Eagles’ Epic Super Bowl 52 Win

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All Along Broad Street

Crowds gather along Broad Street as fireworks light up the sky.

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Go Birds
Go Birds

A familiar refrain, helping to send the Eagles to a 41-33 win over the New England Patriots.

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In Foles We Trust

Eagles’s backup quarterback Nick Foles seemed an unlikely match against the Patriots’ Tom Brady. But in the end, the fans were right to put their faith in Foles.

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Spreading the News

Fans took to the streets and to their cell phones, spreading the news of the Eagles’ first-ever Super Bowl win.

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City of Brotherly Love

The good vibes lasted all through the night, as fans celebrated together as one.

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Fly, Eagles, Fly

There’s no doubt that Philly’s ardor for their hometown NFL heroes’ first Super Bowl win will resound for years to come. 

By WhereTraveler ®

Within minutes of winning Super Bowl LII, Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, head coach Doug Pederson and MVP quarterback Nick Foles were all quick to champion their fans as the best in the world. And judging by the images of the celebrations on Broad Street the night the city’s beloved team captured its first Super Bowl title in the franchise’s 57-year history, anyone can understand why. For decades, Philly football fans have expressed their deep devotion to their team in one-of-a-kind ways, complete with rousing choruses of iconic fight song, “Fly, Eagles, Fly”—a song that will likely take on new meaning in the years to come. Here, a few scenes of fans taking flight, as seen through the lens of Where Director of Photography, Isaac Arjonilla.

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