Norma Hunt is going to her 54th Super Bowl. This time, her team, the Kansas City Chiefs, will join her

    Kansas City Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt holds the Lamar Hunt Trophy for his mother Norma Hunt, the widow of former owner Lamar Hunt, while she kisses it on stage after the Chiefs beat the Tennessee Titans in their AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.

    (CNN)As the confetti rained around her, Norma Hunt gently kissed the trophy bearing her late husband's name.

    For the 54th time, she is going to the Super Bowl -- the only woman to have attended them all. And now, for the first time in 50 years, her team will join her, as the Kansas City Chiefs advanced to Super Bowl LIV after defeating the Tennessee Titans to win the AFC title.
    This is the Chiefs' first trip to the Super Bowl since winning Super Bowl IV in 1970.
      As has been custom since 1985, the AFC champions are awarded the Lamar Hunt Trophy. It's named after the Chiefs founder, who died in 2006. The presentation of the trophy was a delight to Chiefs faithful as well as the Hunt family, getting to raise the trophy for the first time.