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Patrick Mahomes becomes co-owner of KC Current

The team adds to Mahomes’ long list of business investments.

Photo of Patrick and Brittney Mahomes holding a Current scarf

Name a more iconic duo. We’ll wait.

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Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is making moves — and we’re not talking about his improvised passes or snow globe trick plays. We’re stepping off the field and onto the pitch for this one.

The Kansas City Current announced Mahomes as a new co-owner. He’s the first active NFL player to have equity in a National Women’s Soccer League team, according to the club.

Patrick follows his wife, Brittany Mahomes — who was a part of the original ownership team — along with Angie and Chris Long.

“Brittany and the Longs have done an incredible job building a world-class organization,” he stated. “I am excited to join another championship-caliber club as it continues to make history.”

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Renderings showcase the upcoming Current stadium, planned for the 2024 season.

Images by Generator Studio

Patrick Mahomes’ business ownership

This isn’t the first (or second) time the football MVP has invested in local sports.

Kansas City Royals | July 28, 2020 | Mahomes joins the MLB team’s ownership, stating it was an opportunity to “deepen my roots in this community.”

Sporting Kansas City | July 27, 2021 | Mahomes buys a minority stake in pro soccer, stating he was “excited to continue supporting the growth of soccer in Kansas City.”

The record-breaking athlete isn’t only concerned with sports, either. Mahomes has used his money for several other community-focused initiatives.

15 and the Mahomies | April 1, 2019 | Mahomes announces his new foundation on “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon, saying, “It’s a foundation that’s designed all around kids, kids from underserved communities [...] or who are in the hospital with chronic illnesses or have suffered major injuries.”

Election | Nov. 4, 2020 | Mahomes splits the cost to by voting machines, turning Arrowhead Stadium into a polling place.

KMO Burger, LLC | Aug. 10, 2021 | This one just leaves a good taste in our mouth. Mahomes joins a Whataburger investment group with plans to open 30 locations in the KC area by 2028.