Frequently Asked Questions

The foundation of the Chiefs has been and always will be our fans. Customer Relations Department has been created to meet your needs and inquiries. We will answer your questions and listen and respond to any concerns. You will be notified, via e-mail, about new programs for our season ticket holders. Please be sure we have your current e-mail address, which can be updated via your My Chiefs Account.

On gameday, new Fans First Booths – Presented by Sprint - will be located on each level of Arrowhead Stadium to enhance fan service.

Q: What radio station broadcasts the Kansas City Chiefs football games?
A: KCFX 101.1 is the flagship radio station of the Chiefs.

Click Here for a list of affiliates.

Q: What is the Kansas City Chiefs mailing address?
A: Kansas City Chiefs
The University Of Kansas Hospital Training Complex
One Arrowhead Drive
Kansas City, MO 64129

Q: I have a great idea for a Chiefs/NFL Licensed Product. Where can I find information on obtaining an NFL license?
A: For information on obtaining a license to produce NFL merchandise please go to www.nfl.biz. Or to hear this information, please call 212-450-2780.

Twitter Participation Policy
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Facebook Participation Policy
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