Arrowhead Stadium

Arrowhead Stadium

About Arrowhead Stadium

Arrowhead Stadium (commonly or simply Arrowhead) is a stadium located in Kansas City, Missouri and home to the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs. It is part of the city's Truman Sports Complex (together with Kauffman Stadium). The stadium is commonly referred to as the Home of the CHIEFS at the beginning of every home game during the singing of the national anthem. It is the 27th largest stadium in North America and fourth largest NFL Stadium in seating capacity; behind only Cowboys Stadium, MetLife Stadium, and FedEx Field. It is the largest sports facility, by capacity, in the state of Missouri. A $375 million renovation of the stadium was completed in 2010. In January 1967, the Chiefs played in the first Super Bowl. In October of that year, team owner Charlie Finley finally won approval from Major League Baseball to move the Kansas City Athletics to Oakland, California and out of the aging Municipal Stadium and its inner city neighborhood. The City of Kansas City was unable to find a suitable location for a stadium so Jackson County, Missouri stepped in and offered a suburban location on the extreme east edge of Kansas City near the interchange of Interstate 70 and Interstate

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