(March 21st to April 19th)
You’re the fan who can’t wait for the game every Sunday. Your week revolves around planning where you’ll go and what you’ll be doing for it, and you will always watch it from beginning to end. You’re going to celebrate the Super Bowl with every bit of energy you have. You’re definitely going to be in the city for the parade. You’ll probably be thrown into a crowd surf and take your shirt off while cheering E-A-G-L-E-S, EAGLES!
(April 20th to May 21st)
You’re the dedicated fan. You like to get tickets to as many games as you can, but when you can’t, you watch attentively at home. You’d rather be at home than out because there’s just too much distraction in a sports bar. You need to watch your players get this win and you want to see every play that helps them get it. You’ll celebrate the Super Bowl win by buying tons of new Eagles clothing to make sure you look fly AF for the parade.
(May 22nd to June 21st)
You’re the fan who wasn’t sure if they could actually do it, but you’re SO FRIGGEN HAPPY they did! You want to celebrate their win by going nuts! The city is buzzing and you want to be in the middle of it. You’re not necessarily a dedicated fan, but you love that your city gets to have this moment and you’re going to have as much fun as you can while it’s happening.
(June 22nd to July 22nd)
You’re the fan who likes to watch the games in the comfort of their own home. You don’t see the point in going out to loud and over-crowded restaurants or bars, and you definitely don’t want to stand out in the cold and tailgate. Whatever your friends and family are doing to celebrate the Super Bowl victory is what you’ll be doing too. If they’re bundling up to spend the entire day outside at the parade, you’re going to suck it up and join them. This is a time for you to get drunk and have fun with your friends, and you’re not going to miss out on that.
(July 23rd to August 22nd)
You’re the fan who likes to have everyone over to watch the game and make all these special football-themed party accents, like football shaped rice krispy treats and a stadium made of cupcakes. You take the lead and plan the best Super Bowl party any of your friends have ever been to. You celebrate the big win by planning out your exact route for the parade so you can see all the players and you lead the crowd with any and every Eagles cheer you know.
(August 23rd to September 22nd)
You’re the fan who said they wouldn’t win. You wanted them to, but realistically you doubted they would. Well the underdogs proved you wrong, and you are more than pleasantly surprised. You’re going to celebrate the victory in disbelief. You’re going to attend all of the festivities and you won’t stop shouting “I can’t believe we did it!” the entire time.
(September 23rd to October 22nd)
You’re the fan who hopes everyone in the city will celebrate safely. You don’t want people knocking over traffic lights or flipping cars, you just want everyone to joyously march through the streets and revel in this celebratory moment. You might not attend the parade just because you’re afraid of everyone getting a little too rowdy, but you are so extremely happy that they won for your city!
(October 23rd to November 22nd)
You’re the fan who screamed ‘Screw the Patriots! Go Eagles!’ the entire game. You envied how many Super Bowl victories the Patriots have had in the past, and you just wanted the Eagles to show them who’s boss! This is your city and you’re so proud of the Eagles for bringing that trophy home! You’re going to rage your face off and celebrate this momentous victory with all of your friends.
(November 23rd to December 21st)
You’re the fan who had to watch on their laptop alone in a hotel room because you were traveling. And you ran out in the hallway when they won screaming for your city. The people in the rooms next to you were wondering if they should call security until they realized you’re just a proud as hell Eagles fan celebrating their victory. You probably won’t be able to attend the parade because you’ll be flying to your next destination, but you’ll FaceTime your friends and family who will be there.
(December 22nd to January 20th)
You’re the fan who knows every player and their stats. You base your predictions off of well-thought out analysis, and realistically you knew the Eagles were predicted to lose. You were still loyal to your team and hoped for the best the entire game. Your hope paid off and you’re going to celebrate most likely with your coworkers in the office. You heard some people are taking off, but you’re just going to celebrate lightly at your desk, and maybe throw a couple beers back with your friends after work is over.
(January 21st to February 18th)
You’re the fan who always looks ahead. You want to know what they’re planning on doing next year. Will they keep Foles as second string? Or will he leave us to be the star for another team? You want to know the future! Since you don’t have all the answers to your questions, you’re going to celebrate the one thing you do have, VICTORY.
(February 19th to March 20th)
You’re the fan who crosses your fingers the majority of the game. You always hope for the best and you’re convinced that your belief in them as a team will help them win. You told everyone around you to think positively and when anyone expressed doubt you shut them up. You’re going to celebrate their Super Bowl win by dancing through the streets and you’re most likely going to paint your face.