A British Chiefs fan gets ready for his first game in Kansas City

Kansas City, Missouri – Kingdom of the President around the worldincluding England across the Atlantic.

An international fan from England came to Kansas City, Missouri to watch the AFC Championship in its first game at GEHA Stadium at Arrowhead Stadium.

When James Harrison was a kid, he could only watch NFL Limited highlights on shows that aired in England in the 1980s.

“Every team is special in that sense, so it’s a whistle-blower round, as you know, the best three or four minutes of play in every game,” he said.

Then her cousin Nadine Bryce Rojas met her future husband James in the early 1990s.

“That [Her husband] “I came to meet my family in Kansas City, I did, and I came for three weeks,” said Brice Rojas. “I really enjoy Kansas City.”

He moved to KCMO, and that’s when the fans of his cousin James’ Chiefs began.

“He really became a fan of Chefs when Nadine first moved here and sent him some little memories,” said James Rojas.

Harrison became a full member of the Kingdom of Chiefs. Changing the time sometimes makes it difficult to watch the game.

Harrison recalls 42 of his viewing experiences: “My wife had to keep me cool at 3am and I actually woke her up after Bills’ extra win, so yeah, she’ll forgive me” 36 extra-time fun last Sunday in AFC Champions League qualifiers.

After the game was over, an idea popped up.

“They joked, ‘You should go out and play this weekend,'” Harrison said.

“I told him to do it, I didn’t think he would,” said Brice Rojas.

Nadine’s sister-in-law helped get tickets to the game—she worked for Tico Productions, owner of the Spanish-language radio rights Kansas City Chiefs—and then Harrison booked her plane tickets.

4,324 miles from Heathrow Airport to Kansas City International Airport, Harrison arrived here on Saturday, in his first game on 1 Arrowhead Drive.

“I think he’s totally overwhelmed by everything that’s going on in this little window, which we’ve been talking about since Sunday night,” Rojas said.

“It’s important, but you know what it is, it’s the opportunity of a lifetime,” Harrison said.

A mission made possible by the Tico Producciones family and team.

«[To] Bringing another culture to enjoy the passion of the Kansas City Chiefs fans gives you goosebumps and I hope he feels that and enjoys every moment,” said Enrique Morales, Radio en Español voice at Chiefs.

Harrison’s journey begins in a few days and his journey begins later.

“You learn, and why not, sometimes life is too short,” Harrison says.

His family would cheer on the Chiefs at home, and at the radio booth in Arrowhead, the broadcast team he helped play against his favorite team, which they hoped would be another win for KC.

The Kansas City Chiefs and the Cincinnati Bengals begin their AFC Championship games on Sunday at 2:05 p.m., with the winners advancing to Super Bowl LVI.

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