Travis Kelce is ready to deck out his whole family with custom matching basketball jerseys from his alma mater, which he commissioned for Taylor Swift and his brother, Jason Kelce.
A sewing operator at local Cincinnati sports apparel store, Koch Sporting Goods, took to Facebook where she claimed she had just completed a custom order from the Kansas City Chiefs tight end.
Travis – who played football for University of Cincinnati – allegedly ordered three sleeveless Nike Jordan red basketball jerseys with “Cincy” written on the front in the college’s signature font and a bear claw paw print over the “C” and a black line underneath the same letter.
The seamstress, named Nancy Roth, shared photos of one of the jerseys with Swift’s signature number 13 on both the front and the back in black lettering with a white outline, with her name plastered across the back.
Another jersey had Kelce on the back above the number 87, which is Travis’ Kansas City Chiefs number.
Roth didn’t include any photos of Jason’s jerseys nor the ones he allegedly got for his friends, though the former’s could include his Philadelphia Eagles jersey number 62.
It’s unclear why Travis, 34, bought the matching shirts, but the Cincinnati Bearcats men’s basketball team kicked off their season earlier this month and has dozens of games over the next three months.