Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Honor

By | January 5, 2011

Are you a die-hard Kansas City Chiefs fan? Can’t sleep if you don’t get all the news about your favorite team?  If you are, drop by the Hall of Honor at the New Arrowhead. It’s the place where you can relive some of the greatest moments of the Chiefs and pro football history.

A project of Time Warner Cable and the Kansas City Chiefs, the Hall of Honor opened in August last year to honor legendary players, coaches and teams, and highlight the rich history of the franchise.

Located at the lower level concourse of the stadium, the Hall of Honor features the team’s Lombardi Trophy from Super Bowl IV, the original American Football League trophy, the original seats from Municipal Stadium and other important artifacts from 50 years of franchise and National Football League history.

Other highlights include a virtual locker room featuring the Chiefs Hall of Famers, a re-creation of Arrowhead’s original Gold Suite, as well as video and interactive displays that allow fans to enjoy the team’s unforgettable moments. The Hall of Honor is open to all fans in attendance on game day and is open to the public throughout the year.

Dan Wright, group vice president of operations for Time Warner Cable Kansas City, said that the Chiefs have excited football fans for nearly half a century with personalities like Len Dawson, Buck Buchanan, Derrick Thomas and Neil Smith to name a few.  He said it’s only fitting to honor the people who made that possible.

So if you’re a dyed in the wool Chiefs fan, this is one place you shouldn’t miss!


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