Taylor Swift gives fans a gift coded 'All Too Well' at Chiefs game

Taylor Swift is feeling generous at the latest Kansas City Chiefs game.

On January 13, Swift was in the stands at Arrowhead Stadium cheering on her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, when the Chiefs took on the Miami Dolphins.

During the game, Swift connected with Chiefs fan Beth Vancil, who sat under her VIP box and was proud — at one point, the singer Gave Vancil a very special gift, perfect for the freezing temperatures of the game.

"Taylor created me as her 'lucky charm' and noticed that my face was bright red and gave me her scarf," Vansil tells People . “This scarf feels like home.”

"Tyler is so down to earth"

Speaking to Today about the big game (which the Chiefs won 26-7), Vancil described Swift as "very down to earth."

"She's just a regular Kansas City Chiefs fan enjoying the playoffs," she added. “She gave us high-fives, and we kept high-fiving the whole game.”

Vancil also recounted her meeting with Swift on Instagram, writing: "We came, we saw, we conquered, we were with Donna (Kyles), Taylor and Brittany (Mahomes) (S) surfing together. Taylor gave me her scarf (it wasn’t red and she didn’t want it back).”

Taylor Swift celebrates with Chiefs fan Beth Vancil. Jamie Squire/Getty Images Sports/Getty Images

"Everything is fine" scarf

The red scarf holds significance in Swift's fandom because the garment is associated with fan favorite "All Too Well" - a song believed to be a reference to Swift's 2011 relationship with ex-boyfriend Jake Gee Lenhal breakup song.

Taylor Swift. Jamie Squire/Getty Images Sports/Getty Images

Swifties were quick to comment on her now-viral fan gift, with one declaring on Instagram: "She gave you an 'All Too Well' scarf!"

Quoting lyrics from the Red album track, another fan commented: "You keep my old scarf from the Chiefs games 'cause it reminds you of our wins and it smells like me and you can't get rid of it, Because you remember it too clearly."