The Kansas City Chiefs wanted to do something special for the team’s fans and ticket holders that flocked to London for the game on Sunday.
So they rented out a London pub, The Admiralty, in Trafalgar Square, per ESPN.
Joining the Chiefs fans from around the world were chairman Clark Hunt, former players Christian Okoye and Will Shields. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell even took time off from calling for bug sweeps of the Pats’ locker room to attend. It must have been a jolly good time.
“I’ve never seen another Chiefs fan in my hometown,” said Jon Cartwright, a Chiefs fan from Southampton in the United Kingdom. “So all these Chiefs fans in one place is really something to see. Even to be in London and see Chiefs fans walking down the street is amazing. You just don’t see that here.”