Georgia football parade, ceremony start time, route, TV channel, watch online for 2022 National Championship celebration
The Georgia football team will celebrate its National Championship on Saturday, January 15. Below you can find information on how to watch the parade and ceremony online and on television.
Georgia football took down Alabama 33-18 to win the first National Championship for the school since 1980.
Georgia football parade start time
The Georgia football parade starts at 12:30 p.m. ET. The ceremony inside the stadium will start at 2 p.m. ET. The route will go down S. Lumpkin street and stop at the Tate Center Parking Dark. The Dawg Walk will start at 1 p.m. ET in its normal location before the ceremony starts inside Sanford Stadium at 2 p.m. ET.
Georgia football parade, ceremony how to watch on TV
WSB-TV in Atlanta — channel 2 — will have exclusive live programming all day. WSB-TV’s streaming platform will be the best place to watch the parade portion of the celebration. You can find that link here.
Georgia football parade, ceremony how to watch online
Events in Athens will also be streamed on georgiadogs.com, the Georgia Bulldogs Facebook page, found here, and on SEC Network+, which you can find here provided you have a subscription.
DawgNation will also have live coverage throughout the day starting at 11:45 a.m. on the DawgNation homepage and social channels of the parade. DawgNation will also be at Creature Comforts Taproom from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. afterwards to recap everything.
What Georgia football coach Kirby Smart has said about the Georgia football National Championship
Kirby Smart: I’d first like to thank our fan base. I always start every postgame with that. But they were just incredible. They came out and represented the university really well. I thought they impacted the game. Helped us pass rush with the crowd noise.
And then ultimately the players. This is a really special group. Didn’t really start sinking in for me personally until last night, seeing the families of the young men, who we spent so much time in their homes. Seeing Devonte Wyatt, a kid from Towers in Atlanta, just come so far and meant so much to this place.
And seeing all those kids. It really hit home and got really emotional for me watching those guys celebrate with their families, which is what it’s all about. And these two guys, pretty special, too.
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