Travis Kelce Tears Up During Taylor Swift's Surprise Songs Set at Eras Tour in Amsterdam

Travis Kelce was caught wiping away tears over the weekend at Taylor Swift's Eras Tour in Amsterdam.

Travis Kelce got a little emotional watching Taylor Swift during her Eras Tour stop in Amsterdam. 

On Saturday, the 34-year-old Kansas City City Chiefs tight end took in his girlfriend's third and final Eras Tour show in the Netherlands and was spotted tearing up by one concertgoer as Swift performed a special surprise song mashup seemingly dedicated to him. 

Swift -- who has been using her surprise songs sets in recent months to mash up several of her biggest hits -- performed a medley of "Mary's Song (Oh My My My)" from Taylor Swift, "So High School" from The Tortured Poets Department, and "Everything Has Changed" from Red

Fans immediately pieced together that the combination of songs was dedicated to Kelce as the lyrics to each song allude to their relationship. "I'll be 87, you'll be 89," Swift sings in "Mary's Song (Oh My My My)," which many took to mean his jersey number of 87 on Chiefs and her 1989 birth year. In the second song, Swift, 34, croons, "You know how to ball, I know Aristotle." The third song references a love that changes a person's perspective on life. 

In the comments of the video, fans sweetly acknowledged the viral video and celebrated Swift and Kelce's relationship, which began almost a year ago in the summer of 2023. 

"Thank you so much for not gatekeepjng this. So beautiful 😍 they're so in love ❤️," one person wrote. 

"I can not imagine how emotional it must be for him to see his love perform for him and thousands of others who adore her. I would be emotional too," another person shared. 

"Thank you for sharing this. 💕 I love the way Brittany Mahomes checked in with him - it was a little mom moment," a third replied. 

Kelce -- who was joined by teammate Patrick Mahomes and his wife, Brittany Mahomes -- was seen seemingly wiping away a tear and being checked on by Brittany, who could clearly see her friend having a tender moment. 

Over the weekend, which saw Kelce also attending Swift's show on Friday night, the NFL star and singer were adorably caught kissing as they exited Johan Cruijff Arena.

The sweet interactions come a full year after Swift and Kelce's love story kicked off with her July 2023 Eras Tour performance at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. Last year, she foreshadowed her own future by sharing pictures from her July 4th bash and joking about how the gathering was a celebration for all the "independent" girls, only to add that she was headed to Missouri next. 

Flash forward to a year later and the pair have become one of the hottest couples around, with Kelce recently making his on-stage debut at the Eras Tour in London and appearing at countless concerts around the world in support of his girlfriend. 

A source recently shared with ET how the "So High School" crooner and her NFL star boyfriend pulled off his surprise appearance at Wembley Stadium and how the experience bonded them as a couple.

"It was definitely a new, defining point in their relationship and they had a blast getting the chance to [share] a personal side of themselves with the world," the source said. "They are so happy with how everything turned out and loved seeing all the fan reactions."

The source added, "It was a very special experience for them and also hints at what their future might hold together."