PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Philadelphia Eagles fans packed Lincoln Financial Field Sunday morning for a pep rally before the team jetted off to Arizona for Super Bowl 57.
Hundreds of fans showed up to the ticketed event for their final chance to hear from their favorite team in person before the big game.
"If you're going to Arizona, be loud like you always are. Go Birds!" head coach Nick Sirianni told the crowd. He was joined on stage by stars including Jason Kelce, Lane Johnson, and Jalen Hurts.
Fans feel confident in their chances to win it all.
"It's destiny. Just think, five years ago yesterday we won our first Super Bowl. Five ago today they came back and I was over at NovaCare welcoming them back and today I'm here," said Noreen Caden from Prospect Park.
Fans who attended the pep rally spent their Sunday morning screaming Eagles chants and watching performances from the cheerleaders and drumline before the team took the stage.
"I'm loving it. I'm loving it. Jalen Hurts is doing his thing. Cox doing his thing and my man Graham doing his thing," said Chris Jones from Burlington, New Jersey.
Fans of all ages say they wanted to show the team just how much they care and how confident they are.
"Because I like seeing them get touchdowns and seeing them win," said 9-year-old Charlotte Sassani from Marlton.
Every person in the crowd has high hopes for next Sunday night.
"We going to win it all. I love it. Great coach, great team, great players. What a dream. Second Super Bowl," cheered Eagles super fan Monty G.
Action News will be in Arizona all week covering the excitement leading up to Super Bowl 57. Sports director Ducis Rodgers will be joined by Action News anchors Sharrie Williams, Brian Taff and Christie Ileto.