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Watch Live: U.S. women's soccer team parade in NYC 'Canyon of Heroes'

July 10 (UPI) -- The U.S. women's soccer team will be honored along New York City's "Canyon of Heroes" Wednesday morning during a ticker tape parade, three days after beating the Netherlands to capture the World Cup title.

The parade will start at 9:30 a.m. EDT, and finish with a special ceremony at Manhattan's City Hall Plaza.

Streets along the parade route were closed early Tuesday to accommodate the event and access to the Brooklyn Bridge will be limited, officials said. The MTA train will close certain subway entrances and exits in the area and some buses could be re-routed.

The "Canyon of Heroes" is a stretch of Broadway in Manhattan's financial district that's honored some of the nation's most historic achievements. Pilots Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart were honored after completing trans-Atlantic flights and former President Harry Truman in 1945 following the end of World War II. In 1969, the crew of Apollo 11 -- Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins -- were honored in the canyon about three weeks after the former two became the first humans on the moon.

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This is the second time the U.S. women's soccer team has been honored with a parade in New York City. The last, after the team's 2015 victory, cost about $2 million (with $450,000 from private donations). Sunday's was the team's fourth World Cup title since 1991.

Sunday was also the second consecutive occasion the women's World Cup final has drawn better U.S. ratings than the men's 2018 final.

Women's World Cup: Team USA defeats Netherlands for second title

Team USA celebrates with the championship trophy after winning the FIFA Women's World Cup final between the U.S. and the Netherlands. Team USA defeated the Netherlands by the score of 2-0 to capture its fourth Women's World Cup title. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

The United States Women's National Team scored two second-half goals, defeating the Netherlands 2-0 to win its second consecutive Women's World Cup title. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

The U.S. joined Germany (2003, 2007) as the only countries to win back-to-back titles at the Women's World Cup. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Megan Rapinoe, 34, of Team USA became the oldest player to score in the Women's World Cup final after burying a penalty kick in the 61st minute that gave the U.S. a 1-0 lead. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Rose Lavelle (L) of Team USA runs towards teammates Alex Morgan (C) and Rapinoe after scoring a goal during the final. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Dominique Bloodworth of the Netherlands is consoled by a teammate after losing the final. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Rapinoe won the Golden Boot and Golden Ball trophies. The Golden Boot is awarded to the top goal scorer of the game. The Golden Ball is awarded to the best player of the tournament. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Rapinoe (L) and Morgan hold the Golden Boot and Silver Boot trophies. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Rose Lavelle of Team USA holds the Bronze Ball trophy after scoring the second goal and securing the win for Team USA. Lavelle is the second-youngest American to score a goal in a final. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Julie Ertz of Team USA celebrates after winning. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Team USA head coach Jill Ellis (R) hugs Kelley O'Hara after winning. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

O'Hara celebrates after winning. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Crystal Dunn of Team USA jumps into the arms of teammate Ertz after winning. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Morgan leaps over goaltender Sari van Veenendaal to avoid a collision. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

A fan of Team USA is seen before the start of the game. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

French President Emmanuel Macron attends the final. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Netherlands King Willem-Alexander attends the FIFA Women's World Cup final. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Samantha Mewis (L) and Lavelle of Team USA celebrate after winning. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Mallory Pugh (L) and Lavelle of Team USA celebrate. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Carli Lloyd of Team USA kisses the championship trophy. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Rapinoe scores on a penalty kick. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Samantha Mewis (R) of Team USA celebrates with teammates after the FIFA Women's World Cup semifinal match against England on Tuesday at the Stade de Lyon in France. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher (R) is mobbed by teammates after Team USA won defeated England 2-1. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Lindsey Horan (L) of Team USA battles Jill Scott of England for the ball. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

A Team USA fan holds a sign before the semifinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

A young fan holds a sign before the semifinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Fans of Team USA show their support. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Crystal Dunn (L) of Team USA gets her foot on the ball while chasing Rachel Daly of England. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Alex Morgan of Team USA reacts after being hit in the face. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Goalkeeper Naeher, second right, is mobbed by teammates after Team USA won. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Carli Lloyd (C) and Dunn (L) of Team USA race for the ball with Lucy Bronze of England. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Julie Ertz of Team USA kicks the ball downfield. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Christen Press of Team USA follows the ball. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Lloyd of Team USA brings the ball up the field. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Goalkeeper Carly Telford of England falls to the turf after the semifinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Ellen White (C) of England is mobbed by teammates after scoring a goal. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Megan Rapinoe (L) celebrates with Team USA teammate Press. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Lucy Bronze of England is consoled by a teammate. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Team USA goalkeepers Adrianna French (L) and Naeher celebrate the win. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Members of Team USA take a knee after the FIFA Women's World Cup quarterfinal match between the United States and France at the Parc des Princes near Paris on Friday. Team USA defeated France by the score of 2-1. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Rapinoe (R) kicks the ball in front of Marion Torrent of France. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Mewis of Team USA slides to kick the ball between Amandine Henry (L) and Gaetane Thiney of France. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Kadidiatou Diani (L) of France and Dunn of Team USA battle for the ball. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

A fan of Team USA is seen before the quarterfinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Fans of Team USA are seen before the quarterfinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

French fans hold a giant banner before the start of the quarterfinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Rapinoe is mobbed by her teammates after scoring the first goal of the game. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Rapinoe reacts after scoring a goal. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Wendie Renard of France heads in a goal. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Mewis (R) of Team USA and Marion Torrent of France battle for the ball. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Naeher extends for a save. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Kelley O'Hara and Morgan of Team USA celebrate after winning the quarterfinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

Dunn of Team USA shares a kiss with husband Pierre Soubrier after winning the quarterfinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

A young fan waives an American flag before the start of the quarterfinal match. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

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