The Packers defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 23-20 in Wisconsin
The 26-year-old gymnast was in attendance at Lambeau Field as Owens, 28, and the Green Bay Packers defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 23-20.
Biles posted a photo of the Packers' field to her Instagram story and shared a sweet snap from the sidelines as she greeted her husband for a kiss.
She also reposted a story from her seat at the stadium next to Victoria Schulz, who is engaged to Owens' teammate, Packers guard Jon Runyan Jr.
The two were all smiles as they supported their beaus at the game, which came down to the final minutes before Green Bay pulled out the win.
The Packers current record is 4-6 on the season.
"Beautiful day for some GB football," Schulz wrote over a video on her Instagram Story with Biles at the game.
Biles wore an all-black ensemble for the match, complete with a custom jacket featuring Owens' number 34 in Green Bay's signature colors.
Biles and Owens — who was playing for their hometown Houston Texans when they met — have been navigating the first few months of their relationship becoming long-distance since the NFL player signed with the Packers in May.
“Gymnastics is just something I get to come in and have the privilege of doing. I don’t feel like it’s the end all be all anymore, as before I kind of felt like that,” Biles explained at the time. “I get to go home to my husband, to my dogs, to my house and all of the things. So it feels really good.”
“It’s been really fun supporting what he loves to do,” she added. “Obviously, he’s in Green Bay right now so my season just ended. I’m super excited to get out there to Green Bay for the holidays to support him.”
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Biles snagged her eighth national title last month at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships and became the most decorated U.S. gymnast in world championships history.
"I think sometimes, you black out whenever all those things happen," Biles said after her win, as reported by USA Today. "I also think whenever I won those titles back in the day, we were focusing on the next thing. What’s next? … We never got to settle in and celebrate that."
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