Moments after the United States won the Women's World Cup, with a 2-0 victory over the Netherlands, New York City invited the team for a good old-fashioned ticker tape parade.

The last ticker tape parade in NYC was when the USWNT won the World Cup in 2015.

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the city would celebrate the team's fourth World Cup with a ticker tape parade and present them with keys to the city on Wednesday, July 10th. "On and off the field, this team represents what’s best about New York City and our Nation," he said in a statement. "The confidence, grit, and perseverance of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team serve as an inspiration to all who watch them."

The parade will be held along the "Canyon of Heroes," all along Broadway, from the Battery to City Hall.

First Lady Chirlane McCray added, "New York is incredibly proud to join the rest of the country in celebrating this exhilarating World Cup Victory. We applaud the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s athletic prowess, their advocacy in fighting for equal pay, and their use of their international platform to speak out against injustice."

Maybe each piece of ticker tape should feature this tweet:

There are some tickets open to the public. Registration for tickets will open at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, July 8 at this website.

The USWNT is ready:

Here's a taste of the 2015 parade:

And here's what Abby Wambach said after that one:

This post has been updated to note that the video is of Abby Wambach, not Megan Rapinoe.