Kansas City fan proposes during NFL Germany’s game against the Dolphins… but he hilariously hugs the Chiefs mascot IN FRONT of his new fiancée after she says yes!

  • The Chiefs and Dolphins played the fourth of five international matches
  • Fans took to social media to express both their concern and happiness over the proposal
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The Kansas City Chiefs weren’t the only ones to win at Frankfurt Stadium on Sunday, as a fan successfully proposed to his girlfriend during the game.

A Kansas City fan decided the Chiefs-Dolphins in Germany was the ideal setting to propose to his girlfriend. The moment was captured and posted by the NFL on X (formerly Twitter).

The fan had one knee on the turf and both hands on the ring in front of the crowd of more than 42,000. Moved to tears, his girlfriend nodded enthusiastically and said ‘yes’.

But in a hilarious turn of events, the fan stood up and celebrated by hugging the Chiefs’ wolf mascot instead of putting the ring on his fiancée. The bride-to-be cried with joy as the crowd cheered and Bruno Mars’ “Marry You” played over the sound system.

‘We have a proposal from Frankfurt!’ the NFL caption.

The supporter first hugged the wolf mascot and then his new fiancée

A Chiefs fan at the NFL Germany game proposed to his girlfriend but hugged the mascot

The fan decided that the Chiefs-Dolphins match at Frankfurt Stadium was the perfect venue

The fan decided that the Chiefs-Dolphins match at Frankfurt Stadium was the perfect venue

Fans commented on the clip on X, with some admiring the moment while others expressed concern and joked about the celebration.

“I had to rewatch this like five times to see if he really had a ring.” said one fan. ‘Usually you put the ring on the finger before you hug the mascot!!!’

‘Marriage is getting damn hot’ another fan responded.

The match in Frankfurt is the fourth of five matches that will take place in Europe this season.

The Chiefs and Dolphins both have a 6-2 record atop their respective divisions.