American flags and tons of confetti will fill Manhattan's Canyon of Heroes Wednesday, as the city welcomes home the four time Women's World Cup Champions the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team.

"It’s amazing. It was amazing to see women embrace their success in a very unapologetic way," said Samantha Weiner a fan of the team.

Wednesday's celebration is set to kick off at 9:30 in the morning from Battery Park and travel up Broadway to City Hall.

That is where Mayor de Blasio, who commissioned the parade shortly after the victory, will host a ceremony to honor the team.

"It is going to be a great party for New York City and we are so proud of our American women, they did an amazing job. We want to honor them in the right way," added de Blasio.

The last time the city hosted a ticker tape celebration was back in 2015, for the Women's National Soccer team following their World Cup victory.

According to the Department of Sanitation more than 30 tons of paper rained down in Lower Manhattan that year.

So while prepping for a bigger celebration this year, DSNY is calling in 350 sanitation workers for the event.

"They will have about a 130 hand brooms, 130 backpack blowers, four front end loaders, 15 collection trucks and 35 mechanical brooms so we think we will be well prepared for Wednesday," said Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia.

But it is not only city agencies who are gearing up for the celebration.

The Alliance for Downtown NY will be distributing more than a ton of recycled shredded paper to offices and business along the route so they can join in on the festivities.

"It is when we all come together, literally shoulder to shoulder and celebrate and it does make it feel kinda like a main street in a small town," added Jessica Lappin, president of the group.

Wednesday's parade will be the 207th ticker tape celebration the city has hosted but only the second time a women's athletic team will be in honored.

"I am excited being a women's soccer player, it is amazing to see women do so well," said Lillian Sagna a soccer fan.

A big celebration in the biggest city in the country for a team that has captivated a nation.