Arrowhead Stadium - The Venue
Arrowhead Stadium is best recognized for being the home turf of the NFL's Kansas
City Chiefs, and it additionally hosts many collegiate football contests, including five Big 12 Conference football championship
Before Arrowhead Stadium, Municipal Stadium served as the home of the Chiefs in Kansas City after accommodating
two short-term NFL franchises - the Kansas City Blues (1924) and the Kansas City Cowboys (1925-1926).
The Kansas City
Chiefs and the St. Louis Cardinals went head to head in the first game played at Arrowhead Stadium way back on August 12,
1972. George Halas, iconic founder of the Chicago Bears, coined Arrowhead at the time of the 1972 dedication, "the most revolutionary,
futuristic, sports complex I have ever seen."
Undeniably one of the best facilities in the NFL, the Arrowhead Stadium
offers great seating choices for all fans who come out to watch a game. You can also check out a map of the stadium in advance
along with Arrowhead Stadium parking lot tickets. You might additionally want to get a peek at the upcoming Kansas City Chiefs'
schedule, so that you can make sure you are in town for the next Kansas City Chiefs showdown at Arrowhead Stadium.
are regularly sought after when the Kansas City Chiefs head out to the field of the Arrowhead Stadium, so get yours as soon
as they're available for upcoming games. Come out and show your enthusiastic support of the Chiefs as they take on their big
contenders, like the Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts. Tickets are sure to
sell out fast for all the most-talked about games of the season, so make sure to get your tickets as soon as they're available!
Arrowhead Stadium History
Before Arrowhead Stadium, Municipal Stadium served as the home of the Chiefs in Kansas
City after accommodating two short-term NFL franchises, which included the Kansas City Blues (1924) and the Kansas City Cowboys
The Kansas City Chiefs and the St. Louis Cardinals went head to head in the first game played at Arrowhead
Stadium way back on August 12, 1972. George Halas, iconic founder of the Chicago Bears coined Arrowhead at the time of the
1972 dedication, "the most revolutionary, futuristic, sports complex I have ever seen."
Since this inaugural game, a
lot has transpired at the Truman Sports Complex. The stadium went through several updates as well as a $375 million renovation
which came to fruition in 2010. The stadium belongs to the Harry S. Truman Sports Complex along with the Kauffman Stadium,
the 42,000-seat home of the baseball team, Kansas City Royals.
Arrowhead Stadium Historical Events
Stadium has hosted five Big 12 Conference football championship games: Kansas State versus Oklahoma in 2000 and 2003; Colorado
versus Oklahoma in 2004; Nebraska verses Oklahoma on December 2, 2006; and Missouri versus Oklahoma in 2008.
years in a row, Arrowhead Stadium hosted the Border Showdown between the Kansas Jayhawks and the Missouri Tigers. The 2007
game drew a near record 80,537 fans - the second largest crowd since its opening in 1972.
Arrowhead Stadium also played
host to football games between the Iowa State Cyclones and the Kansas State Wildcats in 2009 and again in 2010.
annual Fall Classic at Arrowhead is a Division II game, featuring Northwest Missouri State and Pittsburgh State University.
The 2004 game featured No. 1 Pittsburgh State defeating No. 2 Missouri State in the only Division II game to feature the nation's
top two teams playing in the regular season finale.
Don't miss out on any of Arrowhead Stadium's milestone moments,
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Besides the Kansas City Chiefs, do you know what makes Arrowhead Stadium truly unique? It's the music!
From 1960 to 2008, the TD Pack Band was a staple at every Kansas City Chiefs home game. Trumpeter Tony DiPardo established
the band. And he is fondly known as "Mr. Music." DiPardo has penned songs about the team such as The Chiefs are on the Warpath
and The Hank Stram Polka and even earned a Super Bowl ring of his own for the Chiefs' victory in Super Bowl IV!
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As one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, you can feel the rush of
energy run through the crowd at Arrowhead Stadium at any given home game.
Fans regularly head to the Arrowhead Stadium
for the most anticipated rivalries of the season! Make sure you get your Arrowhead Stadium parking lot tickets in advance
to join in on the tailgating party! The parking lots open 3-1/2 hours prior to kickoff and are staffed with both police officers
and guest service staff to help assist fans. So, if it's a football game or even a wedding open house, get your parking lot
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