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The Kansas City Chiefs Bench is located in front of sections 117-120 and the visitors bench is located in front of sections 101-102 and 135-136.
Arrowhead Stadium is located in Kansas City, Missouri, and is home to the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs. With a seating capacity of 76,416 it is the fifth largest stadium in the NFL. Arrowhead Stadium holds the Guinness World Record for loudest roar at an outdoor stadium at 142.2 decibels, which was set in 2014 against the New England Patriots.
At Arrowhead Stadium seat 1 is always located on the side of a section closest to the lower numbered section. So, for example, as you can see to the right, Seat 1 in Section 102 is located on the side closer to section 101, not section 103. The only time that this doesn’t hold true is with sections 101/136. However, the pattern still holds true that seat 1 is on the counterclockwise side.
"The Kansas City Chiefs may be good or bad on any given year, but Arrowhead remains a great piece of classic 1970s stadium architecture. It's often easy for one to shake one's head dismissively when an old timer says, "They sure don't build 'em like that anymore," but in the case of Arrowhead, it's true. They don't, because they can't due in no small part to government regulations put in place over the years. The end result is a compact, intimate (well, intimate as far as NFL stadiums go) sports venue with nary a bad seat in the house."
Club Seating at Arrowhead Stadium is located on the 200 level, sandwiched between the 100 and 300 levels. In addition to fantastic sight lines, club seats offer access to climate-controlled lounges and bars, upscale dining and liquor options, and concierge services. These sections typically have between 9-10 rows.
For football games, the best seats are easily located in the lowest section, closest to the midfield line. In the case of Chiefs Games, sections 121 to 116 and sections 134 to 104 would be your ideal options. However, contrary to popular belief, I wouldn’t recommend first row seats. In fact, I wouldn’t recommend seats in the first 10 rows or so, because you just don’t get the height you need to make out the entire field from down there. However, if you’re looking at Chiefs Tickets in the end zones, then the lower rows are highly desired, but your view of the play on the far side will be seriously jeopardized, but that’s worth it in these seats.
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