The Chiefs average ticket price for regular season NFL games has consistently fluctuated over the last six seasons. The largest decrease came during the 2014 season with a decrease of 49% moving from $63 average ticket price to $43 average ticket price. Average Chiefs’ ticket prices peaked in 2013 with prices reaching $63, an increase of 49% from 2012. The average ticket price for Kansas City Chiefs’ regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at $39, which is 21% lower than the previous season.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2017 Chiefs Season Preview
The 2016 Kansas City Chiefs schedule is set and the team is returning from one of their best seasons yet. The Chiefs finished second in the AFC West and won their first playoff game in 22 years against the Houston Texans in a 30-0 shutout. Unfortunately the Chiefs lost to the New England Patriots in the divisional playoffs, however they go in to the 2016 season with a 10 game regular season winning streak, the longest active streak in the NFL. The 2016 season will be the Chiefs fourth season with head coach Andy Reid. Alex Smith returns as the Chiefs starting quarter back, and running back Jamaal Charles should be back after tearing his ACL last season. TicketCity is the place to go for Kansas City Chiefs tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, or supporting Kansas City on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Kansas City Chiefs tickets, including home and away games.
Kansas City Chiefs Football at Arrowhead Stadium Address: 1 Arrowhead Dr, Kansas City, Missouri, 64129
The Chiefs play their home games at Arrowhead Stadium, located in Kansas City, Missouri. One of the oldest stadiums in the NFL, Arrowhead Stadium was renovated in 2010 to keep the venue up to par with the state-of-the-art standard expected in the NFL. When filled to capacity, Arrowhead holds more than 76 thousand screaming fans. For the full gameday experience at Arrowhead, inquire about the Chiefs Tailgate Party, which provides all-you-can-eat food and drinks. The Kansas City Chiefs home bench is on the Arrowhead Stadium sideline with sections 114-128, so get your Kansas City Chiefs tickets in these sections to be close to the team. Arrowhead Stadium parking information is covered in our Chiefs event guide.
One of the more bitter rivalries in the NFL, these two teams having been battling against each other since 1960 for 105 meetings. With multiple Super Bowl Championships, and over 15 division titles, these two teams have established themselves as one of the premier matchups in the league and will only continue to build on that in the years to come.
With an AFC Championship game matchup along with being division foes, the intensity level always seems to be at its highest when these two teams meet. This rivalry became more heated and the fans grew to hate each other more when Marty Schottenheimer became the head coach of the Chargers after previously leading the Chiefs for 10 seasons.
This rivalry has been played over 100 times and dates back to the 1960s. The intensity level always seems to be at its highest when these two teams meet and has even carried over to the head coaches during their postgame handshake. With two matchups a year, this rivalry will only continue to get better.
Chiefs in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs
The Chiefs have won three AFL Championships and a Super Bowl to establish themselves as one of the premier franchises in the NFL. With over 50 years in the NFL, Kansas City has won the division 7+ times and has reached the playoffs over 15 times. The Chiefs will only add to this number in the upcoming seasons.
2015 Kansas City Chiefs Season Preview
The Kansas City Chiefs have been one of the toughest teams in the NFL over the last 5 years, and were very competitive again in 2014, despite missing the playoffs. The key to the Chiefs success the last few years has been their defensive unit, which held opponents to 20 or fewer points in 11 of 16 games last season, and did not allow a single team to break 30 points. The core of that defensive unit is back in 2015, with the Chiefs locking down Justin Houston to a long term deal. Kansas City used their first pick in the 2015 NFL draft to select Marcus Peters, a cornerback who is projected to start from day one for Kansas City. On the offensive side of the ball, Kansas City brought in speedy receiver Justin Maclin to give Alex Smith a deep threat and take some of the pressure off of Jamaal Charles and the running game. Kansas City will be one of the most exciting teams to watch in 2015, not only because the team is as talented as it has been in years, but also because of the strength of the AFC West. 3 of the 4 teams in the AFC West will be legitimate playoff contenders in 2015, and the Chiefs will likely play one of the hardest, and most exciting schedules in the NFL.
2014 Kansas City Chiefs Season Preview
The Kansas City Chiefs were of the one league’s biggest surprises in 2013, going undefeated until Week 11 of the season. The Chiefs stumbled after that first loss to Denver, losing 5 of their last 7 games to still clinch and AFC wild card berth. The pitted them against the Colts, who completed a miraculous comeback to down the Chiefs 45-44 and end KC’s season. The Chiefs didn’t see too much personnel movement in the offseason, bringing in Jeff Linkenbach and Vance Walker, while losing Dexter McCluster and Brandont Albert. The brunt of the work will likely be back on Jamaal Charles, who continues to prove himself to be one of the best, if not the best, running back in the NFL. Kansas City will begin the season at Arrowhead with a Week 1 matchup against the Titans. Then right away in Week 2 we see a rematch against the Broncos at Mile High. The Patriots will play in KC in Week 4, as will the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks in Week 11. The Chiefs have proven to be good enough to compete with the best, but they’ll need a group effort, led by Alex Smith, to get there once again.
2013 Kansas City Chiefs Season Preview
The Chiefs underwent wholesale changes this offseason after tying for the worst record in the NFL last season with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Kansas City named Andy Reid the team’s new head coach after his long stint in the same role with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Chiefs also moved on from starting quarterback Matt Cassel and acquired Alex Smith to run the offense. With stars like Jamaal Charles and Dwayne Bowe already in tow, Kansas City also added wide receiver Donnie Avery to give Smith an extra weapon. On defense, the Chiefs made significant changes to the secondary, signing a pair of corner backs in Sean Smith and Dunta Robinson. Former Eagle linebacker Akeem Jordan also was signed to start in the middle for his former coach Reid. With the first overall selection in the NFL Draft, the Chiefs took Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher to provide extra protection for Smith and clear the running lanes for Charles. With all of these changes, the Chiefs are ready for a bounce-back year in 2013.
2011 Kansas City Chiefs Season Preview
The Kansas City Chiefs were a great surprise last season by going 10-6 and earning their first playoff berth since 2006. With a deep squad of talented young players, head coach Todd Haley looks poised to repeat as AFC West champions. The biggest reason for the Chiefs success in 2010 was the solid quarterback play from Matt Cassel, who earned a Pro Bowl bid. Also pacing the offense was running back Jamaal Charles, who emerged as one of the best running backs in the league. The Chiefs are also lucky to have a stable of skilled receivers, specifically Dwayne Bowe and newcomer Steve Breaston and Jonathan Baldwin. As for the defense, the secondary is among the best units in the NFL, thanks in large part to the contributions of cornerback Eric Berry, who will be looking to build on a standout rookie campaign. The defensive line is stout as well, led specifically by former first round pick Glenn Dorsey. Derrick Johnson anchors a solid linebacking corps that should keep opposing offenses on their toes all year long.
2010 Kansas City Chiefs Season Preview
The Kansas City Chiefs have been devoid of a successful season for quite some time. Saddled by instability at quarterback, they have only made the playoffs one time in the last five years, and have managed to win only 10 games in the last three seasons combined - punctuated by a franchise worst 2-14 mark in 2008. However, depending on how their young talent performs, Kansas City may be making a sneak into the post season. Quarterback Matt Cassel's first season as the team's starting quarterback did not go too well for the former USC and New England Patriot back-up. After missing the first game due to injury, Cassel tossed 16 interceptions with only 16 touchdowns. Luckily for Chiefs fans, he has several good targets to throw to at receiver including Dwayne Bowe and veteran Chris Chambers. The Chiefs also drafted speedster Dexter McCluster out of Ole Miss to add an explosive and versatile element to their offense. Kansas City struggled to stop the run last year, and their defense ended up second-to-last in the league at 156.5 yard per game. This could be another concern for 2010, as the front seven is not too deep. The Chiefs' biggest strength on defense is their secondary, especially cornerback Brandon Flowers who reeled in five interceptions in 2009.
2009 Kansas City Chiefs Season Preview
The 2009 Kansas City Chiefs are a little more of a mystery without HBO’s Hard Knocks in their camp this summer. New Chiefs GM, Scott Pioli, has been reshaping the KC roster to get them competitive again in the AFC. New Chiefs Head Coach Todd Haley was a Pioli hire, but he wasn't the only major addition in Kansas City. The Chiefs will be led by new starting Quarterback, Matt Cassel, who came over from the New England Patriots in the off-season. Cassel will be surrounded by a talented supporting cast that includes Larry Johnson, Dwayne Bowe and Jamal Charles. On defense the Chiefs will lean heavily on DT Glenn Dorsey and linebackers Derrick Johnson, Tamba Hali, Mike Vrabel and Zach Thomas. If Kansas City plays up to their ability then they should be able to compete with the Chargers and Broncos for the top spot in the AFC West. A good 2009 season should also restore much of the enthusiasm to fans at Arrowhead Stadium, which is one of the best venues in the NFL.
2008 Kansas City Chiefs Season Preview
The Kansas City Chiefs are always one of the toughest and most unpredictable teams in the NFL. Following the tragic loss of the team's longtime owner Lamar Hunt, the team has found itself in some turmoil, sending quarterback Trent Green to Miami and dealing with various injuries to starting players. The Kansas City Chiefs, however, appear to be improving every year. With one Super Bowl and 3 AFL Championships to the team's credit, the Kansas City Chiefs will fight to return to their past glory days. Arrowhead Stadium has long been one of the premier venues to see old school NFL football, and this season is no different. With some fresh new faces (and fresh new talent), this Kansas City Chiefs team is going to see some significant improvement over the next few years. True, they will need some time to build trust and experience among new players, but it will certainly pay off in the end. The Chiefs are going to need quarterback Brodie Croyle to really step up and produce this season, if they want to keep the ball moving downfield. Some notable new faces to watch are: cornerback Brandon Flowers from Virginia Tech and third-round running back Jamaal Charles from of Texas. Though this season may not be a playoff season for the Chiefs, it will be exciting nonetheless to watch new players growing with a truly tremendous team.
Kansas City Chiefs - 12/22/2016
Jamaal Charles’ season is officially over as the Chiefs have designated Justin March-Lillard to return from the IR. Charles is on the IR suffering from knee soreness after having ACL surgery.
Kansas City Chiefs - 12/9/2016
The Chiefs defeated the Raiders for the second time this season, making them the first place team in the AFC West.
Kansas City Chiefs - 11/25/2016
The Chiefs will face the Denver Broncos this Sunday, and with both teams tied for second in the AFC West, whoever wins will remain only one game behind the first place Oakland Raiders.
Kansas City Chiefs - 11/18/2016
Head coach Andy Reid this week has said that there’s a good chance Justin Houston will return playing for the Chiefs on Sunday, but it is still tentative.
Kansas City Chiefs - 11/7/2016
The Chiefs should get Alex Smith back for next week’s game against the Panthers, and Justin Houston could also resume playing for the team within the next week or two.