Home to NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City is the loudest, and perhaps proudest, stadium in the NFL world!
Arrowhead was completed in 1972, this open-air stadium not only hosting AFC's Kansas City Chiefs but also several major musical events each year. The stadium is located right off of I70 next to the Royal's Kauffman Stadium. There is a maximum capacity of right around 76,500 people here, making it the 6th largest stadium in the NFL.
The Kansas City Chiefs were founded in 1960 by Lamar Hunt, and have since seen 3 AFL Championship wins (1962, 1966, 1969), as well as a Superbowl win in 1970 against the Minnesota Vikings (Superbowl IV).
During your group visit to the stadium you will either take a stadium tour, all the different options listed below, or if you are lucky, enjoy an exciting game live!
- Public/Private Guided Tour - 90 minutes jam-packed full of KC Chief's sights including the press box, club level, locker room, field, and Hall of Honor. This tour departs from the Stadium Pro Shop.
- Game Day Tour - 60 minutes including the press box, Hall of Honor, and 20 minutes on the sidelines during pre-game activities.
- Art Collection Tour - Spend 60 minutes exploring the world-class art collection on the club level, the spread featuring 37 pieces by regional artists. There are educational programs to look into with this tour/the collection in general.
- Boy/Girl Scout Tour - Tour the stadium and Chiefs Sports Lab, the center of NFL's Play 60 Initiative here in Kansas City. There are educational opportunities abound, as well as chances to earn patches.
During a game or game day visit your group can grab a bite to eat at any of the many onsite eateries, most featuring legendary KC BBQ, such as BBQ Alley, Plowboys Barbeque (our personal favorite choice), Smoke Brewing, Mac Shack, Gridiron Grill, and local favorite Sheridan's Frozen Custard (plus many more options). You can also shop for team gear and souvenirs at any of the Chiefs Pro Shop locations onsite.