TRUMAN SPORTS COMPLEX
The Truman Sports Complex was revolutionary in an age when stadiums were built as big multiuse venues. The current complex design was arrived after other plans were discarded and called for separate side-by-side stadiums with a mutual rolling roof. However, the roof was never built due to cost.
ARROWHEAD STADIUM: Home of the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs, opened in the fall of 1972. George Halas called Arrowhead "the most revolutionary, futuristic sports complex I have ever seen." Fans occasionally refer to the stadium as The Sea of Red or simply Arrowhead. The stadium is commonly referred to as the "Home of the CHIEFS" at the beginning of every home game. Arrowhead has long held a reputation for being one of, if not the, loudest outdoor stadium in the NFL due to the exuberance of the Chiefs' fans. As of the end of the 2008 NFL season, Arrowhead Stadium has a consecutive sell-out record of 149 games (18 seasons) dating back to the home opener in 1990.
KAUFFMAN STADIUM: Home of Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals, opened in spring 1973 as Royals Stadium and is located adjacent to Arrowhead. The stadium's name was changed in 1993 to honor Royals founder Ewing Kauffman just months before his death. Although the stadium is only 36 years old, it is the sixth-oldest stadium in major league baseball, as a result of the construction of a number of new stadiums in the 1990s.
Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome
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