Transcript for US Women's Soccer Team Takes Over NYC
course, in sports, the U.S. Women's soccer team, the world champs are here in the studio with us and they're getting ready for an historic ticker tape parade in downtown new York. Huge crowds expected and Paula Faris is on the parade route in lower Manhattan for us. Good morning, Paula. Reporter: And good morning to you, robin. As you said they are expecting massive crowds. Already you can see right here a massive police presence building. Now, the floats will start arriving behind me, all 12 of them decked out in red, white and blue all before the U.S. Women's soccer team makes history one more time. The floats are being built and the confetti gathered for team usa's epic ticker tape parade this morning. The U.S. Women's soccer team making history once more. While New York has hosted 205 of these parades since 1886 this will be the first women's team ever to get a ride down New York City's famed canyon of heroes. Starting in downtown Manhattan the team will make their way up Broadway ending at New York City's hall where the mayor will address them and their crowd of adoring fans. The parade costing $2 million is expected to draw huge crowds. This capping off a week of celebrations for the U.S. Women's soccer team following their world cup win against Japan on Sunday. I believe that we just won. Reporter: President Obama congratulating the team over the phone. Couldn't be prouder of everybody here. Reporter: And thousands turning out for a rally in los Angeles on Tuesday. We won the world cup, baby! Reporter: And 400 men and women have been commissioned to clean up the many tons of debris including this ticker tape and the purchases over here taking great delight in throwing this on me. Robin, can't wait to see you. I'm surprised Abby has a voice left. That's right. We'll have much more with
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.