Kansas City Chiefs to renovate Arrowhead Stadium


Arrowhead Stadium, home to the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, will undergo its first major refurbishment in over a decade, with a new display, seating and weatherproofing planned before the start of the 2019 season.

Just a week after seeing its final action of the 2018 NFL season, when it hosted the AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots, Arrowhead Stadium is revamping both its structure and fan experience.

The club announced it will update its Arrowvision video board with new LED panels to upgrade its picture; however, it will retain its iconic oval shape.

Elsewhere, its entire upper-deck will undergo a re-application of waterproofing, which will require the removal of every seat in the upper section. During the process, it will protect the enclosed space below on the Club Level and maintain the structural integrity of the concrete. New seats will be installed, which will feature cup holders.


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