The super Bowl LVII champions Kansas City Chiefs will celebrate their victory on June 5 with a visit to White House. The US President Joe Biden will welcome the team to commemorate their Super Bowl Title win. The chiefs won the Super Bowl last season at Arizona & drew an average viewership of 115.1 million across FOX & digital streaming services.
The White House dreams
The first Super Bowl champion to visit the White House was the Pittsburgh Steelers in the year 1985. Later, the visit to White House became a tradition for the champions under the President Ronald Reagan. The White House visit is now a royalty to have for the NFL champions & wouldn’t be wrong if a player dreams of achieving it. The Kansas City Chiefs have won third Super Bowl title in their franchise history with the win over Philadelphia Eagles last season.
The Chiefs are going to be the only second team to visit White house in last six years. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the last team to visit White House beating Chiefs to win the Super Bowl LV. Back in February when Chiefs were crowned the Super Bowl LVII champions, President Joe Biden congratulated the team & tweeted, “Looking forward to having you at the White House.”
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Chiefs: The Super Bowl champions
On 12 February,2023 at State Farm Stadium, the Chiefs came from behind to become the Champions. The Chiefs Super Bowl LVII win is their second title in the last four seasons. Chief’s quarterback Patrick Mahomes had the game of a lifetime. The quarterback had injured his ankle at the end of halftime but returned back to the field & proved his worth by helping Chiefs win the Super Bowl LVII title at State Farm stadium, Arizona.
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