During the Kansas City Chiefs’ New Year’s Eve game in 2023, Taylor Swift was spotted supporting her boyfriend Travis Kelce while sporting an outfit strikingly similar to one worn by the NFL star just a week prior.
While cheering Travis Kelce on at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, during the Chiefs’ game against the Cincinnati Bengals on December 31st, the “Blank Space” singer donned a cream and black varsity jacket adorned with the team’s logo. Notably, the jacket was personalized with a patch that seemingly read “Tay-Tay.”
Interestingly, Travis, aged 34, had donned an almost identical jacket (with some slight differences in trim and lacking the personalized patch) the previous week during the Chiefs’ Christmas Day game against the Las Vegas Raiders, as evidenced by a photo shared on both his and the NFL’s Instagram pages.
This marked Taylor’s ninth appearance at Travis’ games since they started dating in the summer. On these occasions, she has showcased a range of stylish outfits incorporating various pieces of Chiefs’ apparel.
The Grammy-winning artist had notably attended the Chiefs’ December 25th game, turning it into a family affair by bringing both her parents, Andrea Swift (making her debut appearance) and her father Scott Swift, along with her brother Austin Swift. At the event, Taylor’s parents were seen engaging in conversation with Travis’ father, Ed Kelce.
Both Taylor’s father and brother had previously joined her at Chiefs games. Travis revealed on the podcast “New Heights,” which he hosts with his brother Jason Kelce, that Austin, while dressed as Santa during the Christmas Day game, had gifted him a VHS of his favorite football movie, “Little Giants,” bringing him a nostalgic joy.
Meanwhile, the romance between Taylor and Travis has received positive acknowledgment from Gracie Hunt, the daughter of Kansas City Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt, who expressed happiness and excitement for the couple.
Take a look at photos of Taylor at Travis’ most recent Chiefs game below:
Chiefs Game No. 9 for Taylor
Let’s Go Chiefs