For most NFL teams, a stadium is just a tool, something to be used and then discarded after 25 years.The Kansas City Chiefs, however, have kept their arena, GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, as their own even though it was constructed in 1972. With their lease renewed until 2031, both the team's destiny as well as that of the Stadium are intertwined. The Chiefs have very loyal fans, such that finding Chiefs parking spaces may be difficult unless you book GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium parking in advance. The stadium is one of two venues at Kansas City's Truman Sports Complex, which also includes Kauffman Stadium, where the Royals play baseball. The Stadium underwent a $375 million renovation between 2007-10. The improvements did not include the Chiefs parking lot, so it makes sense to plan ahead and book your GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium parking space in advance with ParkWhiz.
The Kansas City Chiefs began as the brainchild of Lamar Hunt, the founder of the AFL. Beginning life as the Dallas Texans in 1960, the team was crowded in Dallas, so they relocated to Kansas City and attained their current moniker. The team was strong early on, winning 1962, 1966 and 1969 AFL Championships, the Chiefs parking their name into Football history. The team was never the same following the merger, and has not won a Super Bowl again. The fan base of the Chiefs is known to be so enthusiastic that GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium is known as one of the loudest in the NFL. This dedicated fan base will fill up the Chiefs stadium parking lot fast, so it is best to book a KC Chiefs parking spot before the game with ParkWhiz.
For ParkWhiz, all you need to do is find the game you want to see, book your Chiefs parking spot and print your ParkWhiz parking pass. When you bring your parking pass with you, all you need to do is bring earplugs and relax.