The Georgia Bulldogs returned home as champions this week.
The Bulldogs beat the Alabama Crimson Tide 33-18 on Monday night in Indianapolis, ending a 41-year title drought.
The parade route began on Lumpkin Street near the Vince Dooley Athletic Complex.
The parade continued toward the Tate Center where there will be a Dawg Walk including players, coaches and staff into Sanford Stadium.
Law enforcement is advising fans to keep an eye on their belongings, stay with a group and be mindful of large crowds.
FOX 5 Atlanta is streaming live parade coverage leading up to the trophy ceremony inside Sanford Stadium.
Is the National Championship ceremony in Sanford Stadium sold out?
Yes — the UGA athletics department announced the Stadium will be at full capacity.
Tickets were made available to season ticket holders and UGA students first. The remaining tickets were made available to the general public on Thursday and quickly sold out.
University of Georgia officials said the campus will be open to visitors at 7 a.m. Saturday. Gates will open at Sanford Stadium at noon.
The formal ceremony is scheduled for 2 p.m. after the Dawg Walk.
How will weather affect the Georgia Football victory parade?
Prepare for cold temperatures and some wind if you're attending the parade.
Officials advised fans attending the parade to head home when festivities end or prepare to stay in Athens for several nights.
Snow and rain are not expected to impact Saturday's parade, but state officials recommend people return home on Saturday night. Officials recommend anyone not returning home after the parade be prepared to "Hunker Down" overnight Saturday night and Sunday night.