Chiefs release bizarre teaser clip of holiday movie ‘Falling for Football’ before Wild Card game vs. Dolphins… with Travis Kelce’s mom Donna and rapper Tech N9ne among the cast

Taylor Swift’s song ‘Tis the Damn Season’ was referenced on the film’s poster

The Kansas City Chiefs dropped a 27-second teaser for what appears to be a football-themed holiday movie entitled ‘Falling for Football’.

The teaser suggested the film’s plot is centered around a Chiefs super fan whose heart is torn between football and a girl.

‘You’re not just a fan, it’s your livelihood’ he is told while working in what appears to be a Chiefs souvenir shop. ‘It’s the Chiefs or me.’

‘I hate football,’ the female character – Amber – then shouts before running away. ‘Nobody hates football,’ the man responds.

The clip was released on Tuesday evening, with Kansas City’s social media accounts revealing the ‘full trailer’ will air on Wednesday.

The Kansas City Chiefs posted a 27-second teaser for a holiday film ‘Falling for Football’

The football-themed holiday love story revolves around a Kansas City super fan’s relationship

The snippet was released hours after the Chiefs shared a poster for the film, which features Pretty Little Liars starJanel Parrish and Canadian actor Tyler Hynes, who recently featured in Three Wise Men and a Baby.

Also on the bizarre cast list is Travis Kelce’s mom Donna, hip hop artist Tech N9ne, Chiefs players Trey Smith and Tommy Townsend, and former Kansas City star Dante Hall.

The poster read ‘Tis the postseason’ – a reference to the NFL playoffs and Taylor Swift’s song ‘Tis the Damn Season’ from her 2020 album Evermore.

The Chiefs revealed a poster earlier on Tuesday, referencing one of Taylor Swift’s songs

Donna Kelce, Tech N9ne, Trey Smith, Tommy Townsend, and Dante Hall join the movie’s cast
Swift has been a large part of the Chiefs’ season, with her relationship with tight end Kelce a hot topic around the NFL.

The poster and the clip were released a few days before Kelce and Co face the Miami Dolphins in a wild card game this weekend.

After losing their season-opener, the Chiefs went on a six-game win streak before inconsistency saw them end the regular season with a 11-6 record.

Kansas City still managed to secure top spot in the AFC West and the Chiefs and Dolphins will kickoff at 8 P.M. ET on Saturday.