Come out and enjoy hard hitting NFL action at Arrowhead Stadium this year with Kansas City Chiefs tickets. Things are looking up for the Chiefs. Just two years ago they were a laughingstock of the league at 2-14. Now, they’ve rattled off back-to-back winning seasons and look poised to be major contenders in the AFC. Standout wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has joined the Chiefs via free agency, reuniting with his former coach, Andy Reid. Maclin will provide much-needed talent at a wide receiver position that underperformed for quarterback Alex Smith in 2014.
Arrowhead Stadium is one of the league’s most historic and recognizable stadiums. It’s fan advantage is rightfully feared for their passion and noise-level during home games, as well as their size—it’s one of the five largest stadiums by capacity.
Although the stadium’s 43 years is practically geriatric as far as age of venues go, renovations in 2010 brought the stadium completely up-to-date. In a modern era that seems to prioritize (some would argue, wrongfully prioritize) stratified stadium architecture, Arrowhead is one of the last ‘bowled’ stadiums in the NFL. That’s a huge reason why the atmosphere is so consistently excellent and the fan experience so enjoyable. It’s a throwback to a football era where fans were rugged and the games were bruising.
Kansas City is famous for being one of the best BBQ cities in the country, and Arrowhead’s menu reflects that. The best part is that those Midwestern prices won’t empty your wallet as you fill your stomach. A delicious BBQ sandwich and fries will only run you about $8, which is the cost of a 12 oz. beer at most sports stadiums nowadays. All things considered, Arrowhead Stadium tickets are a must-have for every Sunday this fall.