The home of NFL's Kansas City Chiefs since its opening in 1972, Arrowhead Stadium is part of the city's Truman Sports Complex. Arrowhead has a great distinction of having the second highest attendance record in NFL history, with 149 straight sellouts and one of the loudest fan bases on record. There is not a bad seat in the house.
With a current capacity of 76,000-plus seats, Arrowhead Stadium offers a one-of-a-kind experience to each and every fan. With a 104û40 home record at Arrowhead Stadium since 1990 through the 2008-09 season, this stadium is sometimes referred to as the "Toughest Place to Play" for opposing teams. It is the third largest NFL stadium for seating capacity. There are four field levels, three club levels, and a total of five upper levels. Arrowhead Stadium is also host to the annual contest between college football's Kansas Jayhawks and Missouri Tigers.
In 1991, two JumboTron screens were added for the loyal fans to enjoy, which are in the shape of footballs. The stadium is currently undergoing a $325 million renovation, which includes new luxury boxes, wider concourses and enhanced amenities.
The B-2 Spirit stealth bombers frequently fly over to support the football teams. The players were pleased when Arrowhead Stadium removed the AstroTurf and replaced it with a natural grass playing surface in 1993.
Tailgating is second to none with the air full of the great aroma of Kansas City's renowned barbecue. Few tailgating experiences rival that of Arrowhead Stadium. Every game day, fans from around the city and country camp outside the stadium gates.
There is no venue like Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium when it comes to the NFL. Lock up great seats today for all games at Arrowhead Stadium!