The Eagles won their first Super Bowl in team history, and Philadelphia is rightfully having the celebration of a lifetime. Fans spilled onto the streets and had a party the city will remember for a long, long time.
Philly officials tried to hard to put oil all over the poles on Broad Street to stop people climbing them, but it wasn’t enough ...
And while they remembered to get the poles, they TOTALLY didn’t expect to need to grease up the gates.
Naturally there were fires in the streets:
THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA IS BURNING DOWN pic.twitter.com/lcbHLd894P— Lani (@lanictom) February 5, 2018
But there were songs too.
"We are the champions!" - Eagles fans pic.twitter.com/vUpNPCdXwB— SB Nation (@SBNation) February 5, 2018
Students sing to celebrate Eagles pic.twitter.com/KjnPRfjIFS— Ash Sivaganesh (@AshSivaganesh) February 5, 2018
Some students helped keep the mood festive by opening their window and giving fans below a brass accompaniment.
This. Is. Amazing.— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) February 5, 2018
Five stories up, some students at the Merriam Theater of the Arts just broke out some brass intruments and led Broad Street in the Eagles' fight song pic.twitter.com/PdksYCxNQR
It was wild inside the Fillmore watch party:
But there was always time for love.
Naturally there was a party outside the Wawa, because Philly.
And this kid was having the time of his life indoors.
My nephew celebrating after Eagles last field goal. Teaching him to be a @NHLFlyers fan, but we will will start with a eagles win @Eagles @SuperBowl @SuperBowlLII Finish this out!!! pic.twitter.com/lPyPFSNIpy— Nicole Sanchez (@NicoleSanchezSB) February 5, 2018
Hopefully this person is OK:
Nick Foles got ANOTHER SKOL chant:
When a tree became a poor victim of the party, fans were there to help.