The Kansas City Chiefs are a professional American football team based in Kansas City, Missouri. The franchise was founded in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League (AFL) and joined the National Football League (NFL) during the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. The Chiefs have a rich history and have experienced various ups and downs throughout their existence. However, they have consistently been a competitive team in recent years, thanks in large part to their superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Under the leadership of head coach Andy Reid, the team has undergone a renaissance, winning consecutive AFC West division titles and making appearances in the playoffs.
The Chiefs' passionate fanbase, known as the "Arrowhead Stadium crowd," consistently fills Arrowhead Stadium, creating a raucous and electrifying atmosphere. The team's success has united the Kansas City community and brought immense pride to the city. In 2020, the Chiefs achieved the pinnacle of success by winning Super Bowl LIV, their first league championship in 50 years. Led by Mahomes and a talented roster, the team showcased its explosive offense and resilient defense en route to lifting the Lombardi Trophy. The victory solidified the Chiefs' place the NFL elite and further cemented their status as a perennial Super Bowl contender.