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The Kansas City Chiefs, headquartered in Missouri, represent Kansas City in the NFL. They are members of the AFC and play in the West Division. The team was formed in 1960 and began its career by playing in the AFL. For the initial two years, they were known as the Dallas Texans, after which they relocated to Kansas and changed their name. In 1970 they moved to the NFL and since then have played in the AFC West. The head coach of the team is Andy Reid, the former long standing coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. His successful tenure with the Eagles saw the team reach five NFC championship games. Get Kansas City Chiefs Houston tickets and watch them play.
The men in Red, Gold and White have frequently missed out on the action in the playoffs in recent years. However, this surely does not depict the performance of the team in the past. When the Chiefs joined the AFL, they immediately won the Championship game in 1962. Their second AFL Championship came shortly after a gap of four years, in 1966. Three years later more success came their way as they became the second team from the AFL, to defeat an NFL team in the highly coveted AFL–NFL World Championship Game. This gave the Chief’s their first Super Bowl win in 1969.
After joining the NFL
After joining the NFL the Chiefs managed to win their first AFC West title in 1971. It was followed by a long gap before they got their hands on another title. The second division crown came in 1993 and the season concluded with a loss in the AFC Championship game. Two more titles came their way in the nineties, in 1995 and 1997. In 2003 the Chiefs made their best ever start to the season by winning nine consecutive games. They won their fifth division title in that season. Their sixth and last title came in 2010. Get Kansas City Chiefs Houston tickets and watch the Chiefs assert their dominance in the field.
The Chiefs’ mascot is K.C. Wolf, an immensely popular character who was one of the first inductees from the NFL in the Mascot Hall of Fame. His name is derived from a group of enthusiastic fans who called themselves the ‘Wolfpack’.