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Kansas city Chiefs tickets flourished when Lamar Hunt decided that, for the good of the league, it would be best to move his franchise to Kansas City in 1963. There the team was renamed the Chiefs and it continued to enjoy the success the team had experienced in Dallas. They won a second AFL title in 1966 and was the first team to represent the AFL in Super Bowl competition. Thanks to Hunt's wise player-procurement policies, his teams were loaded with potential superstars, including five -- quarterback Len Dawson, defensive end Buck Buchanan, linebackers Bobby Bell and Willie Lanier and kicker Jan Stenerud -- who have been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Hunt himself was the first Chief elected for his role in forming a new league that caused pro football to grow from 12 teams to 26 teams in the 1960s. With the constant flow of superstars making their way through the franchise, it always makes for interesting games. When they first moved to Kansas City, they played in 49,002-seat Municipal Stadium. But in 1972, they moved into their current home, 78,097-seat Arrowhead Stadium, considered to be one of the worlds finest.
Today, after over three decades of existence, Arrowhead Stadium remains one of the finest stadiums in the NFL. After spending several years playing at an aging Municipal Stadium it was time for a new stadium for both the Chiefs and the Kansas City Royals. Originally, in the mid 1960's officials planned on building a single multipurpose stadium, however the idea was scrapped. Kansas City officials then decided to build two stadiums, one for the Royals and one for the Chiefs. This idea also called for the world's first rolling stadium roof. In 1967 voters approved a plan to build two stadiums. Construction on the stadiums began soon after. However, the rolling roof for the stadiums was scrapped because of project delays.
This team won the AFC Western Division title in 1971, but their Christmas Day double-overtime playoff loss to Miami that year marked their last playoff appearance until the 1986 team captured a wild-card playoff berth. They were perennial playoff contenders under coach Marty Schottenheimer from 1989-1998. In 2001, former Philadelphia Eagles and St. Louis Rams head coach Dick Vermeil took over the reins as head coach. Kansas City Chief tickets can be found on our site. The extensive ticket inventory will satisfy all of your ticket needs, whether looking for club boxes or an event suite, chiefstickets.org is your connection for great Kansas City Chiefs tickets.