The Rams will celebrate their Super Bowl victory with a victory parade at Disneyland in Southern California.

ANAHEIM, California. Less than 24 hours after Sunday’s Super Bowl LVI victory, MVP Cooper Kupp, along with Matthew Stafford and Aaron Donald, will be celebrating the LA Rams’ big win in a location that’s perfect for their Hollywood finale: Disneyland!

The three stars are set to celebrate with a day of fun at the Disneyland resort in Southern California that includes a special victory parade.

You can stream the parade live on the video player above at 1:30 PM PT.

A thrilling late touchdown gave the Rams a 23–20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, their first Super Bowl title in Los Angeles.

“I just don’t feel like I deserve it,” Kapp said. “I’m just so grateful for the guys I’ve been around, for the coaches, for my family. I just have no words, I’m just so grateful to everyone, everyone who was in my life and inspired me, pushed me, was next to me every step of the way.

On Monday, the iconic Hollywood sign will be temporarily replaced by the Rams House.

With LeBron James dancing to the beat during a halftime show featuring hip-hop legends Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Eminem, as well as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson and Clayton Kershaw, seated in a crowd filled with Walk of Fame stars, Stafford, Kupp. and Donald joined the Los Angeles fraternity of champions.

Stafford threw a 1-yard touchdown with 1:25 left and the Rams rallied to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23–20 to win the Super Bowl at home at their gleaming $5 billion stadium built by owner Stan Kroenke.

They really had no other choice.

The organization went all-in to win it all, trading multiple draft picks to acquire Stafford and Von Miller in 2021 and Jalen Ramsey in 2019. They also signed Odell Beckham Jr. during the season.

The Rams have not had a first-round pick since picking Jared Goff as the number one overall pick in 2016, and they won’t have another until 2024.

But now they have the Vince Lombardi trophy.

“I think it’s a lot of good decisions stacked on top of each other,” coach Sean McVeigh said. “It’s just really nice for me to be associated with a group that isn’t afraid to shoot and take risks in things that we think are in the interest of the football team. We get a lot of eye rolls, but we believe in these things and we’re going to do what we think is in our best interests.”

McVeigh pointed out that general manager Les Snead, chief operating officer Kevin Demoff and vice president Tony Pastors are working in sync.

“Be it me, Les, Kevin, Tony Pastours, and it all starts with Mr. Kroenke, his trust and willingness,” he said. “Then the players can get the guys right, which is nice and I’m really happy for those guys.”

The Rams became the second team to play the Super Bowl at their stadium, after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2021. Both did it with seasoned quarterbacks in their team’s first season. The Buccaneers went for broke, signing Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Leonard Furnett and Antonio Brown. They got their title. So did the Rams, who eliminated Brady and the Bucks in the divisional round, squandering a 27–3 lead.

Stafford didn’t win a playoff game in 12 seasons with the Detroit Lions before leading Los Angeles to four playoff wins, including three in a row by three points.

“I love playing this game because of the competition, because of the relationships, because of the hard times, because of the good times, because of all of that,” Stafford said. “This game has a lot to teach us as people. I go to work with people from all walks of life, get together and go to the same goal, and for 12 years this goal has not been reached. It was tearing me apart, but I knew I could keep playing and trying to find a way, and the fact that we reached that goal today is special.”

Accordingly, Donald retained the lead, forcing Joe Burrow to throw a half-pass on fourth down in the last minute as the Bengals attempted a tying field goal. There were seven sacks in the Rams’ dominant defensive line, six in the second half. Donald and Miller were in the lead with two each.

“It means everything. This organization called me eight years ago to be able to help bring this here,” Donald said. “To start in St. Louis and experience our struggles and then come to LA and be able to build something special, get Coach McVeigh — I told him one thing when he came here, before I had the opportunity to play for him and get to know him, I told him that while he is here, I want to continue to be a part of this organization and help develop the legacy. We are creating a legacy. Legacy is not built on individual statistics, but on team success. .The ultimate goal is to become world champion, I’ve been talking about this for the past few years. To finally be able to feel it, to live in it right now, at this time, in this moment – it’s hard to put it into words. words right now.

Even losing Beckham to a knee injury won’t stop the Rams. Their offense slowed after Beckham lost, but Stafford and Kapp eventually held their own.

Everything is like in a Hollywood script.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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