02/04/2015 09:46 EST | Updated 04/06/2015 05:59 EDT

Patriots celebrate Super Bowl win with parade in Boston

The New England Patriots on Sunday won one of the most thrilling Super Bowls ever, defeating the defending champion Seattle Seahawks on Malcolm Butler's goal-line interception in the final seconds.

Today, the Patriots celebrate their fourth NFL title since 2002 with a parade through the streets of downtown Boston. Watch it live at 11 a.m. ET by clicking on the video player above.

Players, coaches and team officials will be perched on the city's trademark "duck boats" as they make their way from the Prudential Center skyscraper, past Boston Common and eventually to City Hall for their victory speeches.

The parade was initially scheduled for Tuesday but was pushed back due to heavy snow in the city.

An estimated crowd of about one million attended the Patriots' last championship parade, in 2005.