The Arizona Cardinals are in the running for a playoff spot and remain in contention in the NFC. Fans are intrigued by the Cardinals’ head coach, particularly who Veronica Bielik, rumored girlfriend of Kliff Kingsbury, is.
Kliff Kingsbury is the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, where he won a Super Bowl as an assistant with the New England Patriots. After spending time at Houston and moving to Arizona in 2019, Kingsbury began his coaching career as a volunteer assistant at Texas A&M University.
He guided the Cardinals to an 8-8 record last season, but they failed to make the NFC’s final playoff position at the end of the season. They were, until recently, the top seed in the NFC.
Who is Kliff Kingsbury’s rumoured girlfriend, Veronica Bielik?
In the wake of a great year for the Cardinals, fans were curious about coach Kliff Kingsbury’s personal life, including who his girlfriend is.
According to Awesemo, Kingsbury is dating Instagram model Veronica Bielik. According to the New York Post, she was a former flame of Kingsbury’s and they were first linked in October. According to the website Tango About Me, Bielik has over three million Instagram followers and follows Kingsbury, while she also follows him.
Bielik is a Polish Instagram model who has worked with several fashion, beauty, and make-up brands. She’s also graced the covers of ELLE, Vogue, and Women’s Fitness magazine. According to her Instagram bio, she co-founded Spotlight Agency, an influencer management marketing firm. We contacted Kliff and Veronica Bielik for comment, but they had yet to respond by the time this story went live.
Kingsbury agitated by recent loss to Lions
Kliff Kingsbury’s Arizona Cardinals had been on a roll until they suffered an unexpected loss to the NFL’s worst franchise, the Detroit Lions. After leading 17-0 at halftime, the Lions dominated 30-12 in what was their second victory of the season.
The Arizona Cardinals are now the fourth seed in the NFC, with games against the Colts, Cowboys, and Seahawks ahead. Kliff Kingsbury was dissatisfied with the defeat, telling Pro Football Talk: “That’s not who we want to be or what we aspire to be. But I have to give credit to Detroit.” “They had a great strategy,” he continued. “We’ve got to play better.”