Kansas City Chiefs


 

The Kansas City Chiefs, a member of the AFC West Division, were established in 1960. They were initially known as the Dallas Texans and shared the Cotton Bowl with the Dallas Cowboys for three seasons. After that in 1963 the team moved from Dallas to Kansas City, they changed their nickname for the “Chiefs” and they became one of the strongest teams in the AFL.

 

Kansas City Chiefs Championship History

 

Post Season Play Championships
League Championships 4 Time: AFL: 1962, 1966, 1969. AFL- NFL Super Bowl :1969
Conference Championships None
Division Championships 8 Times: AFL West: 1962, 1966. AFC West: 1971, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2003, 2010
Playoff Appearances 17 Times: AFL: 1962, 1966, 1968, 1969. NFL: 1971, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2003, 2006, 2010, 2013

Kansas City Chiefs Coaching History

 

Year Coach Games Win/Losses/Ties
1960–1962 Hank Stram 42 27-17
1963-1974 Hank Stram 164 97-57-0
1975-1977 Paul Wiggin 35 11-24-0
1977 Tom Bettis 7 1-6-0
1978-1982 Marv Levy 73 31-42-0
1983-1986 John Mackovic 64 30-34-0
1987-1988 Frank Gansz 31 8-22-1
1989-1998 Marty Schottenheimer 160 101-58-1
1999-2000 Gunther Cunningham 32 16-16-0
2001-2005 Dick Vermeil 80 44-36-0
2006-2008 Herman Edwards 48 15-33-0
2009-2011 Todd Haley 45 19-26-0
2011-2012 Romeo Crennel 19 4-15-0
2013- Present Andy Reid 16 11-5-0

 

Kansas City Chiefs Home Fields

 

Year Team
1960–1962 Cotton Bowl
1963–1971 Municipal Stadium
1972– Present Arrowhead Stadium

 

Kansas City Chiefs Franchise History

 

Year Fields
1960- 1962 Dallas Texans (AFL)
1963-1969 Kansas City Chiefs (AFL)
1970- Present Kansas City Chiefs (NFL)

 

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