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About Arrowhead Stadium

Arrowhead Stadium has been the hone of the Kansas City Chiefs since 1972 when the team played its first game there against the St. Louis Cardinals on August 12.

At the time of its construction, Arrowhead was called revolutionary and futuristic; traits that have helped the stadium stand the test of time. While other cities build new stadiums for their professional football teams after a decade or two, Arrowhead is still seeing as much use as ever. A $375 million renovation project began in 2007 and ended in 2010. This project ensured that Arrowhead continued as one of the top pro stadiums in the United States. The playing field switched from Astroturf to grass in 1994.

Seating is available for more than 77,000 football fans, making Arrowhead the fourth largest stadium in the National Football League. As aerial game day photos show most fans turn up wearing the team colors of red and gold. In honor of their beloved football team, Chiefs' fans change the ending of the "Star Spangled Banner" from "home of the brave" to "home of the Chiefs."

The Chiefs started out life in 1960 as the Dallas Texans where the team was a charter member of the American Football League. The team won the AFL championship in 1962, and, in 1963, relocated to Kansas City where they became the Chiefs.

Stadium parking is available on-site for 26,000 vehicles. The parking lots open 3.5 hours before kick-off, making tailgate parties a popular pre-game activity.

Arrowhead Stadium is part of the Kansas City Truman Sports Complex, which also includes Kauffman Stadium, which is the home of Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals.

When it's not being used for pro and college football games, Arrowhead hosts concerts, meetings and other events.