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At Arrowhead Stadium, over 76,000 Kansas City Chiefs fans can take part in the red sea and cheer on the Chiefs. With that many seats, there are that many options available for every game. From upper level to lower level and sideline to end zone, you'll find exactly the tickets you want for your budget.
There are three different levels inside Arrowhead Stadium that you can buy Chiefs Tickets for. The upper, the club and the lower level.
The cheapest seats are uppers. It does vary in price option depending where you sit. The cheapest ticket is the end zone upper level. However, if you aren't afraid of heights and want the perfect birds eye view of the game, sit at the sideline of the uppers. Here, you'll find the highest rows of the stadium but a great view of everything going on! You may not see the sweat dripping off the players, but you won't miss a single touchdown from here. You'll find all sorts of food locations and drinks. In the uppers, you can find Dickey's BBQ Pit, Mac Shack (with some of the best short ribs and mac and cheese), Slice, The Loop, and much more. If you need a smoking break, there are designated areas located around the entire upper section.
If you have kids with you or consider yourself one of the biggest Chiefs fans, stop by the Fan Zone! There, you can take pictures with backdrops and enjoy the atmosphere of fans and Chiefs pictures!
Club level is where all the suites are and Founder's Club is located. Some of the benefits of Founders Club and Scout Investment Club Level seats are Prime seat locations
If you're looking for the perfect Chiefs ticket with a memorable view, here's where you want to be. At the Chiefs field level, you can hear and see just about everything! You'll be close to Bud Light Zone with a full service bar featuring a full selection of cocktails, wine, beer and more. There's also Topsy's Popcorn stands, BRGR, Chickie's and Pete's, Sheridan's, The Foolish Dog and more! Sitting on the Field Level can be expensive but make it a goal to go once a year and treat yourself! Kansas City Chiefs fans know how to get loud (Arrowhead holds the record for Loudest Stadium in the Country) and sitting in the middle of it is unlike anything you've ever experienced!
Save yourself money and purchase all Chiefs parking and Arrowhead parking with pre-pay passes. Upon entering Chiefs Kingdom in Arrowhead, the gates charge you, IN CASH, for your pass! Buy beforehand and save yourself a good chunk of change. Find all your Arrowhead parking passes before you go to any game or any concert and save big!
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Without the effort of Lamar Hunt, the Kansas City Chiefs would never have existed. The AFL wouldn't exist either. Back in the late 1950's, Hunt wanted an NFL expansion into Dallas but was rejected and instead, decided to create his own league in reflection of baseball's American and National leagues. A side note, the AFL created the two-point conversion rule, which had never been instated before. With two professional teams in Dallas, the league could not keep up and Hunt had a fix. The Dallas Texans were looking for a new home and the Kansas City Mayor, H. Roe Bartle began to take interest. In order to gain the Dallas Texans, Bartle had to prove the city's desire to bring in a team. At Municipal Stadium, Mayor Bartle (also nicknamed 'Chief') promised three times the season ticket holders and an additional 3,000 seats to be placed in the stadium and 11,000 temporary bleacher seats.
On May 22, 1963, Hunt announced the move and the Dallas Texans were officially headed to Kansas City. The Kansas City Chiefs began play in 1964. In the meantime, tension between the AFL and NFL began to increase. Players inquired to both leagues in hopes to pursue more money and competition based on the team and league. In 1966, Len Dawson led the league in passing and the Chiefs ended with an 11-2-1 record.
In 1967, the Kansas City Chiefs maintained last season's momentum and took the AFL title from the Buffalo Bills. With this victory in the bag, the Kansas City Chiefs prepared for a journey to the first ever NFL vs AFL World Championship game. On January 15, 1976, Vince Lombardi and his team, the Green Bay Packers, made for a competitive game but defeated the Chiefs 35-10.
1968 began the debate in Kansas City for a new stadium in a new location. Finally, Jackson County was voted as the new location for a stadium and construction began. The following year, despite constant injuries from the Chiefs QB Len Dawson, the Chiefs pushed forward and maintained a winning season. Defeating the Raiders to become the AFL champions, the Kansas City Chiefs prepared for Super Bowl IV against the Minnesota Vikings. On January 11, 1970, played at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, the Super Bowl kicked off and the Chiefs and Vikings fought for the title. With the Kansas City Chiefs defense, the Vikings had no room to move forward. The Chiefs defense held the Vikings to only 67 rushing yards, three interceptions and two fumbles. Len Dawson led the offense to 23 points and the defense held the Vikings to only one touchdown. Len Dawson was named MVP and the Kansas City Chiefs won their first Super Bowl!
The Chiefs returned to the Super Bowl after a fifty-year drought in February of 2020, defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Miami. Led by game MVP Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs are poised to become the league's next dynasty. After a blowout loss to Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in the Super Bowl, the Chiefs are looking to bounce back and regain their title in 2021. With a fully rebuilt offensive line that features Pro Bowler Orlando Brown Jr. and two-time Super Bowl champion Joe Thuney, the Chiefs have a great chance to do just that.
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