HOT: “Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs Touch Down in Wisconsin for Showdown Against the Packers, Amid Anticipation of Taylor Swift’s Presence at Lambeau Field.”

The Kansas City Chiefs have arrived in Wisconsin for their upcoming game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Travis Kelce and the team were spotted stepping off the plane on Saturday afternoon after a short flight from Missouri. Kelce, wearing a sage green jacket and fedora hat, made his way to the airport. The Chiefs, currently leading the AFC West, aim to improve their record to 9-3 with a win on Sunday.

One of the main talking points leading up to the game has been whether Kelce’s girlfriend, Taylor Swift, will be in attendance at Lambeau Field. Packers coach Matt LaFleur claimed on Friday that the pop sensation will be in the stands. Swift has already been seen at several of Kelce’s games since their relationship became public in September. She attended games at Arrowhead Stadium and even went to MetLife Stadium to watch the Chiefs play against the New York Jets.

However, Swift has not been to a Chiefs game since their victory over the LA Chargers in October. She has been on her Eras Tour in South America, but after finishing her last performance until February, it seems she is now heading to Green Bay.

LaFleur mentioned that while Swift’s presence is a talking point, their focus is on the game itself. He acknowledged that there will be excited fans if she shows up.

Since announcing their relationship, Swift’s worldwide fanbase has had an impact on the NFL, particularly with an increase in female viewership. The Chiefs and Kelce have also experienced a surge in their following since Swift started dating the tight end.

According to data, each appearance by Swift on the Chiefs’ Instagram page results in an average of 18,383 new followers. Similarly, Kelce gains an average of 124,090 new followers when Swift is in attendance.

Interestingly, the Chiefs have a perfect 4-0 record when Swift is present, compared to a 2-1 record without her. Kelce’s performance also sees a difference, with an average of 108 receiving yards when Swift is watching, compared to 46.5 yards without her.

The Chiefs and Packers will play at 8:20 p.m. ET on Sunday.