We have the best fans in the NFL and we are proud to support them in their efforts to break the Guinness World Record of Loudest Crowd Roar at a Sports Stadium (Outdoors). All Chiefs fans will unite at the Chiefs vs. Raiders game in showing how #LoudAndProud they are in an attempt to break the current record of 136.6 decibels.
When the defense is on the field, we expect Chiefs fans to be so loud that we are passing out ear plugs at the gates. Make sure to pick up your pair.
Chiefs fans at Arrowhead exemplifying this #LoudAndProud movement can make an impact on gameday. From offense to defense you are the Arrowhead Advantage.
“…it’s that fan base out there, to have them through that constantly cheering you on helps you pull through…” - Alex Smith
All Chiefs fans will unite at the Chiefs vs. Raiders game in showing how #LoudAndProud they are in an attempt to break the current record of 136.6 decibels.
In a Monday Night Football match-up that pitted a pair of future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks in Kansas City’s Joe Montana and Denver’s John Elway, fans at Arrowhead were treated to a defensive showcase for 60 minutes of football action for the Week 3 contest of the 1993 season. Only Montana’s second game starting in a Kansas City uniform, there was plenty of excitement surround Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer’s squad, but it was K Nick Lowery who stole the show, tying a then-team record with five field goals to lead the Chiefs to a 15-7 victory in front of 78,453 fans at Arrowhead Stadium.
The respect of the Chiefs Kingdom and their ability to be #LoudAndProud triumphed in 1993 as the Chiefs beat the Broncos while the fans recorded a noise level that reached 116 decibels.
"It goes back to the late '80s, early '90s, when the fans learned they could have a big impact on the game," - Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt