Brief History of the Team
The city of Kansas is host to professional American football team Kansas City Chiefs. The team compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league’s American Football Conference (AFC) West division. Kansas City Chiefs was founded 61 years ago in 1959 by Lamar Hunt and they were called Dallas Texans back in the day as they were based in Dallas. The team then relocated to Kansas in 1963 and it then assumed the name Kansas City Chiefs. The team has a considerable amount of silverware in their locker, they have won 3 AFL Championships (pre-1970 AFL–NFL merger), 2 Super Bowl championships, 1 Conference championships and a total of 12 Division championships.
What is their home stadium?
Kansas City Chiefs’ home stadium is the Arrowhead Stadium which is a stadium based in Kansas City, Missouri. Arrowhead Stadium is the 27th largest stadium in the United States with a seating capacity of 76,416. The stadium was opened 48 years ago on 12 August 1972.
Who is the coach?
The Kansas City Chiefs’ head coach is Andrew Walter Reid who began his professional coaching career 28 years ago as an offensive assistant for the Green Bay Packers in 1992. Some of his achievements include winning the Super Bowl champion twice as an assistant in and head coach, he also won the AP NFL Coach of the Year in 2002.
Who are the team’s top 3 players?
The Kansas City Chiefs current top three perfomers are Patrick Mahomes, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Travis Kelce.
How they performed last season?
One of their best seasons ever as they finished with an impressive 12–4 record. Kansas City Chiefs came out first in the AFC West Division and they won their divisional playoffs 51–31 against Texans. They also beat Titans 35-24 in the AFC Championship before winning the Super Bowl LIV 31–20 in a comeback win against 49ers
How they are performing this season?
Kansas City Chiefs have continued from where they left off last season because they are first in the AFC West division with an impressive 10-1 record.