Kylie is in Kansas City for the Monday Night Football matchup as her husband Jason and the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Chiefs
Kylie, 31, hosted the camp during her trip to Kansas City, where she'll support her husband, Jason Kelce, as his Philadelphia Eagles visit the Chiefs (and brother Travis Kelce) for Monday Night Football.
A former collegiate field hockey player, Kylie's camp was open to girls from kindergarten through high school and offered skills training and exposure to the sport that Kylie is so passionate about.
Speaking with Spectrum Sports KC, Kylie said the event was "a little chaotic" with so many young campers, but she "saw a lot of smiling faces" throughout the day.
"At the very least, we burned off some energy," Kylie joked during the interview.
The mother of three explained how she hopes her camp will inspire the next generation of female athletes on and off of the field. "Sports teaches teamwork," Kylie said, adding that playing for a team teaches kids to "come together to work towards a common goal."
Kylie, who said she began playing field hockey when she was going into the second grade, added, “And all of those things are transferable skills to the rest of life, so what better time to start than as early as possible?"
Since discovering her passion for field hockey, Kylie said she "hasn't had a Fall without" the sport, "between coaching or playing," since 7th grade. "And I have no intentions of breaking that streak anytime soon," she added.
Typically, Kylie isn't a fan of being in the spotlight, but she said she was happy to get in front of the camera if it meant creating opportunities to inspire young girls.
"It’s not particularly my cup of tea to be in the spotlight or in front of a camera." Kylie explained, when asked about her family's skyrocketing fame. "But at the end of the day, if it creates opportunities like this where we can leverage my network and figure out how to impact a community that has been so, so kind to the entire Kelce family, I’m so happy to be able to give back to Kansas City in this way."
Donna made an appearance during her daughter-in-law's youth camp, and attendees said it was a nice surprise having her there.
"Donna was mingling with everyone," volunteer coach Annie Fairchild tells PEOPLE.
According to Fairchild, who coached field hockey at a local high school, "Kylie was super normal" and "so nice to all the girls" who attended.
"It was amazing to see Kylie in action with all of the kids," Fairchild continued. "She was so patient, encouraging and knowledgeable. We even got to scrimmage with Kylie at the end, which was my favorite part of the day. She is so talented!"
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Kylie and Jason share three daughters, Wyatt Elizabeth, Elliotte Ray and Bennett Llewellyn. The couple welcomed their youngest daughter in February 2023, shortly after Super Bowl LVII.
In May 2023, Kelce talked with PEOPLE about being a girl dad, calling it as the "biggest highlight" of his life.
"Before I had children, I told myself if I ever have a daughter, I'm just going to treat them exactly the same as a son. I don't think that you should treat kids necessarily different," he said. "And then when I had a daughter, I was like, 'I'm not going to spoil her, I'm going to raise her tough. She's going to be hard.' And the moment she came out, I was like, 'Yeah, that's not going to work.' "
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