The Kansas City Chiefs joined the AFL in 1960 as the Dallas Texans. In 1963, the team relocated to Kansas City and officially joined the NFL following the AFL-NFL merger of 1970. The team quickly built a huge, passionate fan base due to the early AFL success and the last AFL-NFL Championship game before the merger. Despite the early success, the Chiefs lost 11 of their next 12 playoff games. The team hasn’t been without talent over the years. Hall of Famers like Joe Montana, Tony Gonzalez, and Derrick Thomas all called Kansas City home. In spite of the playoff drought, the Chiefs built a dominant offense around players like Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, and Travis Kelce. The team is a perennial contender in the AFC and a nightmare to any team heading to Arrowhead Stadium.Read More ...
Don’t miss your chance to see the Chiefs in action. Seat Retriever is your guide to the best Kansas City Chiefs tickets both home and away!
Arrowhead Stadium broke ground in 1968 and opened for play in the 1972 season. The stadium went through several facelifts over the years to keep up with the times, but one constant throughout the years has always been the crowd noise. With a capacity over 76,000, it isn’t hard to see why this is one of the loudest stadiums in the league. The stadium is so loud; it holds the Guinness Book Of World Record for loudest stadium hitting an incredible mark of 142 decibels. Despite some struggling years, the Kansas City fans are always the 12th man for the team.
Cheap Kansas City Chiefs tickets usually are best found in the upper deck. Unsurprisingly, the closer to the action, the more expensive the tickets become. We recommend checking sections 315-317, putting you in the upper deck of the end zone corner. They’re some of the cheapest sections without sacrificing a great view of the action.