Here’s how you can watch the Chiefs’ visit to the White House

The Chiefs Kingdom is finally getting its day in the nation’s capital.

President Joe Biden is set to welcome the Kansas City Chiefs to the White House on Monday, June 5. Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, Andy Reid and more are set to attend to celebrate their championship season and victory in Super Bowl LVII.

The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. CT) and will be live-streamed on the White House’s YouTube channel. You can watch that coverage above or over on the White House’s YouTube page.

A number of local outlets such as WDAF-TV, KMBC-TV and KSHB-TV will have a media presence and are expected to air the ceremony streaming online, in Kansas City and the surrounding areas.

NFL Network and ESPN are likely to provide some level of coverage of the event as well, including some key clips and moments from the ceremony.

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire