The Dallas Texans were founded by businessman Lamar Hunt in 1960 in Dallas. The team moved to Kansas in 1963, where it was renamed the Kansas City Chiefs. Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium has been the home field of the Chiefs since 1972. The team averaged 76,416 fans at home during the regular season in 2019.
Approximately 435 million U. S. dollars in revenue was generated by the team in 2019, with an operating income of 90 million U. S. dollars generated during the same year. The Chiefs franchise was worth around 2.3 billion United States dollars.
The Chiefs are co-owned by Clark Hunt, the team’s chairman and CEO, and his siblings, who co-inherited the club in 2006 after their father’s death.
Date: 1960 – present
Division: AFC West
Headquarters: Kansas City
Stadium: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium – Capacity: 76,416
Coach: Andy Reid
Chairman/CEO: Clark Hunt
Awards & Honors: Super Bowl (2020) Super Bowl (1970)
Kansas City Chiefs Schedule 2021/22
|17||Jan 2, 2022||@ Cincinnati||1:00 pm||CBS||Paul Brown Stadium|
|18||Jan 9, 2022||@ Denver||4:25 pm||CBS||Empower Field at Mile High|
Kansas City Chiefs Total 2021 Salary Cap
- Maximum Salary Cap: $188,433,110
- Active Contracts: $160,046,074
- Injured Reserve: $6,274,743
- Dead Cap: $16,540,063
- Total Cap: $184,947,946
- Est. Cap Space: $3,485,164
Who is the best player on the Kansas City Chiefs 2021?
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been voted as the No. 15 player in the NFL on the “Top 100 Players of 2021” rankings.