In Game

The “Sea of Red” at Arrowhead is almost too much to bear for fans who aren’t looking to experience the game in full force. The chants are loud, the beer is flowing, and these fans are on the edge of their seat for the entirety of the game. Chiefs fans are in fact so loud that they have even earned the honor of being recognized as the loudest fans in the NFL after having set the Guinness World Record for the loudest stadium. The record was set on September 29,2014, against the New England Patriots with a noise level of 142.2 decibels and is a testament to Chiefs fans fanaticism and devotion to the team.

The loudness and intensity of the fans also make Arrowhead one of the most intimidating venues for opposing players, while also providing one of the best atmospheres in all of football. The fans here cheer and chant in unison whether it is the Chiefs touchdown chant, the tomahawk chop, or getting loud to help the defense the cohesion of the fans is top notch.

A Chiefs game at Arrowhead is always buzzing as the fans here never say die and show incredibly strong support for their team regardless of the score. When attending a game here come prepared to scream, shout, and cheer on the Chiefs to victory while being part of the greatness that is the Sea of Red.

Things to check out

Chiefs Hall of Fame

The Chiefs Hall of Fame is a 26,000 square foot exhibit showcasing 60 display cases, 36 bronze busts, 251 artifacts, and much more. This museum is dedicated to the history of both the Kansas City Chiefs and the American Football League making it a must see for Chiefs fans and football fans everywhere.

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Warpaint is the pinto horse mascot of the Kansas City Chiefs, who celebrates every Chiefs touchdown by running a victory lap around the stadium. Keep your eyes peeled when the Chiefs score to witness this great game day tradition.

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K.C. Wolf

K.C. Wolf has served as the Chiefs mascot since 1976 and is one of the most famous mascots in the NFL. The mascot is named after a group of super fans from the team’s Municipal Stadium days known as the Chiefs “Wolfpack.” K.C. Wolf also was the first NFL mascot inducted into the Mascot Hall of Fame, so be sure to look for him when attending Chiefs as you’ll never know what kind of antics he’ll get up to.

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Home of the CHIEFS!

One of the most famous Chiefs traditions is during the national anthem rather than singing, “...and the home of the brave.” everyone in attendances yells, “... and the home of the CHIEFS!” Take part in this time-honored tradition that pumps up both fans and players alike.

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Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders

Cheerleaders have been a Chiefs tradition since the founding of the franchise in 1960. The Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders put on an excellent performance that is sure to entertain fans young and old, so make sure to look out for them when attending a Chiefs game.

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Fight Songs

  1. Touchdown Chant

    Following every Chief touchdown the fans chant “We’re gonna beat the hell outta, you, you,you!” to opposing teams and fans as “Rock and Roll Part 2” plays over the loudspeaker.

    Hey people gather round
    clap your hands stomp your feet on the ground
    it’s time for football & bbq
    tailgating parties and ice cold brew
    I love this city
    Kansas city, I love you!

    I said, hey (hey) hey (hey) Kansas city
    said, hey (hey) hey (hey) Kansas city
    said, hey (hey) hey (hey) Kansas city
    it’s so good to be here
    kansas city, i love you!

    The loudest fans the games ever known
    boom boom boom we’re in the endzone
    a rebel yell as we’re going for two
    we’re gonna beat the hell outta you!
    Come on, kansas city
    Kansas city, we love you


    And if i ever leave here it won’t be for long
    cuz where ever i go i’ll be singing this song
    it doesn’t matter where i’ll be
    I’ll always give a cheer for the Kansas city chiefs
    I love this city
    Kansas city, i love you!


    Chorus (over drums)


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