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View from the upper deck at Arrowhead Stadium

KANSAS CITY, MO

Today, after 40 years of existence, Arrowhead Stadium remains one of the finest stadiums in the NFL. After three years in Dallas as the Texans, owner Lamar Hunt moved the team to Kansas City in 1963 and renamed the team the Chiefs. For nearly a decade, the Chiefs shared an aging Municipal Stadium with the Athletics and Royals (MLB). By the mid 1960s the City of Kansas City began to look for sites to construct a new stadium. However, the city failed in their effort to find a site. In 1966, the Jackson County Sports Complex Authority was established to acquire land, design, construct and get funding for a new stadium. Original plans were for a multipurpose stadium, but these plans were scrapped because of design and seating capacity problems. Unlike many other cities that were building multipurpose stadiums, the county decided to build two new stadiums, one for baseball and one for football. In June 1967, a $102 million bond was issued for construction of two sports stadiums. Construction on the Truman Sports Complex began on July 11, 1968. A rolling roof was part of the original design for both stadiums, but the idea scrapped because of cost overruns and project delays it would cause.

After over four years of construction, the stadium was completed in time for the start of the 1972 season. The facility was named Arrowhead Stadium. The Kansas City Chiefs played their first game at Arrowhead Stadium on August 12, 1972, against the St. Louis Cardinals. When the stadium opened it was ahead of its time because of its great sightlines and because it was not multipurpose, like many other stadiums built in the 1970s. Over 79,000 red and gold seats in three tiers enclosed the entire Astroturf playing surface.

Since its opening in 1972, Arrowhead Stadium has underwent numerous changes. In 1984, officials discussed adding a dome to Arrowhead Stadium. However, the idea was not considered because of the high project costs it would involve. A JumboTron videoboard was added above the upper deck rim past the south endzone in 1991. Arrowhead Stadium received its present appearance in 1994, when the Astroturf playing field was replaced with natural grass. In 1999 and 2000, all 79,000 seats were replaced with new seats. Arrowhead Stadium has several amenities, including the Arrowhead Club, over 10,000 club seats and 80 luxury suites. Arrowhead Stadium continues to sell out every game, and is one of the NFL’s loudest stadiums. The Chiefs are also known as having one of the best tailgating experiences in the NFL, much like what is found at college football games. In August 2007, the Chiefs unveiled a renovation plan that keeps Arrowhead Stadium up to par with the newest stadiums in the NFL. Completed by the 2010 season, renovations and additions include a refurbished club level, restaurants and concession areas, an expanded team store, and a Founders Plaza on the stadium’s north side honoring the late Lamar Hunt. This project also included the construction of the Horizons Level atop the upper deck on the south side of the stadium that includes a new pressbox, luxury suites and premium seats. No major changes were made to the seating bowl. However, the overall capacity decreased to 76,416.  Located on the lower-level concourse, the 28,000 square-foot Chiefs Hall of Honor, highlights great teams and players, and exhibits artifacts from the Chiefs' history. New HD video/scoreboards replaced the existing scoreboards located above the stands in both endzones.
Exterior view of Arrowhead Stadium

FACTS & FIGURES

-Tenant: Kansas City Chiefs
-Capacity: 76,416
-Surface: Grass
-Opened: August 12, 1972
-Naming Rights: None
-Architect: Kivett & Myers
-Cost: $43 Million
-Public Financing: 100%
-Private Financing: None
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2013 CHIEFS SCHEDULE

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-9/8 - at Jacksonville - 1:00PM
-9/15 - DALLAS - 1:00PM
-9/19 - at Philadelphia - 1:00PM
-9/29 - NY GIANTS - 1:00PM
-10/6 - at Tennessee - 1:00PM
-10/13 - OAKLAND - 1:00PM
-10/20 - HOUSTON - 1:00PM
-10/27 - CLEVELAND - 1:00PM
-11/3 - at Buffalo - 1:00PM
-11/10 - BYE
-11/17 - at Denver - 4:05PM
-11/24 - SAN DIEGO - 1:00PM
-12/1 - DENVER - 1:00PM
-12/8 - at Washington - 1:00PM
-12/15 - at Oakland - 4:05PM
-12/22 - INDIANAPOLIS - 1:00PM
-12/29 - at San Diego - 1:00PM
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IN CHIEFS HISTORY

Super Bowl Championships: 1969

Defensive Rookie of the Year: Bill Mass (1984), Derrick Thomas (1989), Dale Carter (1992)

Offensive Player of the Year Priest Holmes in 2002.

Fourteen Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrines.

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