From left, U.S. Soccer Federation President Carlos Cordeiro, New York Mayor Invoice de Blasio and U.S. ladies’s soccer gamers Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan joins teammates and others because the U.S. ladies’s soccer workforce is well known with a ticker tape parade alongside the Canyon of Heroes, Wednesday, July 10, 2019, in New York. The U.S. nationwide workforce beat the Netherlands 2-Zero to seize a document fourth Ladies’s World Cup title. Participant at proper is unidentified. (AP Photograph/Craig Ruttle) The Related Press
NEW YORK (AP) — The Newest on a New York Metropolis parade and ceremony honoring the U.S. ladies’s nationwide soccer workforce (all occasions native):
U.S. ladies’s soccer workforce participant Megan Rapinoe (ruh-PEE’-noh) says she “couldn’t be more proud to be a co-captain.”
Rapinoe famous the variety of workforce after it was honored with a ticker tape parade up New York Metropolis’s Canyon of Heroes for successful the World Cup.
She says “we have pink hair and purple hair, we have tattoos and dreadlocks, we have white girls and black girls and everything in between. Straight girls and gay girls.”
Women in soccer uniforms accompanied the workforce as ABC broadcaster Robin Roberts launched every one at a ceremony at New York’s Metropolis Corridor.
Democratic Mayor Invoice de Blasio offered every workforce member with a symbolic key to town.
He says the workforce “brought us together” and “showed us so much to make us hopeful.”
Followers of the World Cup champion U.S. ladies’s soccer workforce are gathered at Metropolis Corridor in New York for a ceremony the place Mayor Invoice de Blasio will give the gamers symbolic keys to town.
The ceremony follows a joyful ticker tape parade up Broadway’s Canyon of Heroes.
Co-captain Megan Rapinoe (ruh-PEE’-noh) danced and swigged Champagne from aboard a float headed to Metropolis Corridor.
Many paradegoers stated they agreed with the workforce’s push for pay fairness with male gamers.
Patricia Rice Stella, of Lengthy Island, says that “there’s no closing their eyes or turning their back. It’s time to make a change.”
Members of the U.S. ladies’s soccer workforce are waving from floats as followers cheer and wave again throughout a parade in New York Metropolis’s Canyon of Heroes.
Fifteen-year-old Lily Buccholz, of Sumner, Iowa, stood by the parade route Wednesday along with her household whereas wearing pink, white and blue.
Lily performs soccer on a membership workforce and says, “Hopefully one day I’ll play professional.”
Earlier, workforce members joined New York’s governor as he signed a regulation increasing gender pay equality within the state.
Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo took the chance Wednesday to say ladies’s soccer gamers must be paid the identical as male gamers.
Crowds are chanting “USA!” as they await the U.S. ladies’s nationwide soccer workforce to have a good time its second consecutive World Cup victory with a ticker tape parade in New York Metropolis.
Twelve-year-old Aly Hoover, of Glen Ridge, New Jersey, stood on the sidelines Wednesday with a poster of Alex Morgan, one of many workforce’s stars.
She says that if she sees Morgan within the parade she’s going to “scream my head off and try to get a hug.”
The so-called ticker tape parade is known as for the lengthy strands of ticker tape that was showered down from workplace buildings. The tape has since been changed with paper confetti.
Colourful confetti is already drifting down from workplace buildings because the parade will get prepared to begin.
A blizzard of confetti and huge crowds are anticipated at Wednesday’s ticker tape parade to have a good time the U.S. ladies’s nationwide soccer workforce in New York Metropolis.
The festivities in honor of the Ladies’s World Cup champs will start at 9:30 a.m. in a bit of decrease Manhattan nicknamed the Canyon of Heroes. The stretch of Broadway from the Battery to Metropolis Corridor has lengthy hosted parades for world leaders, veterans and hometown sports activities stars.
The occasions are named for the lengthy strands of ticker tape that was showered down from close by workplace buildings. The tape has since been changed with paper confetti.
After the parade, Democratic Mayor Invoice de Blasio will honor the workforce with symbolic keys to town. All tickets for the Metropolis Corridor ceremony have been issued.
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