Plastic baby bottles are permitted into the stadium if the infant is with the guest but are subject to inspection by security upon entering.
Baby Changing Stations
All Family Restrooms have changing stations and are located on each level of Arrowhead Stadium. Changing stations are also located in many women’s and men’s restrooms.
Family Restroom Locations:
Field Level: 108; 113; 126; 131
Scout Investments Club Level: 206; 219; 229; 242
Upper Level: 304; 310; 316; 324; 332; 338; 344
Guests are strongly encouraged to not bring any type of bags. Guests will be able to carry the following style and size bag, package, or container at stadium plaza areas, stadium gates, or when approaching queue lines of fans awaiting entry into the stadium:
- Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”
- One-gallon resealable, clear plastic storage bags (Ziploc bag or similar).
- Small clutch bags are not to exceed 4.5” x 6.5” (approximately the size of a hand), with or without a handle or strap, may be carried into Arrowhead Stadium along with one of the clear bag options.
- An exception will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection at either Tower Gate, Founder’s Plaza Gate or Spiral gates D and F, which are designated for this purpose.
Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, clinch bags, luggage of any kind, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size. For more information, please visit http://goarrowhead.com/allclear/
Balloons are prohibited in Arrowhead Stadium.
Banners and Signs
Banners are permitted inside Arrowhead Stadium as long as they do not interfere with other guests sight-lines and are no larger than 3′ x 5′. All signs will be subject to security screening. Any sign deemed inappropriate by security will not be allowed into Arrowhead Stadium.
- Cannot be commercial, offensive or in poor taste.
- Banners and signs may not be hung on walls, rails, stadium padding, LED boards, or any other structure of Arrowhead Stadium.
- They cannot interfere with stadium signage or present safety hazards.
- For safety reasons poles of any kind will not be permitted.
Please reference “Cocktail Bars”
Please reference “Restrooms”
Bells and other noisemakers are prohibited in Arrowhead Stadium.
Binoculars are permitted in Arrowhead Stadium as long as they are carried or in a clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bag measuring 12” x 6” x 12” or less. The bag and binoculars are subject to inspection.
Blankets are permitted in Arrowhead Stadium, as long as they are carried in through security screening over the shoulder.
Boom boxes are prohibited in Arrowhead.
Bottles and cans of any type, (excluding one factory sealed bottle of water of 20 oz or less in size per guest) are prohibited from being brought into the stadium. Any guest deliberately concealing alcohol which is found during the pat-down process will be prohibited from entering the facility. Any guest found to be consuming from or in possession of a prohibited container inside of Arrowhead Stadium will be subject to ejection.
If a guest has a special need that requires a specific type of drink, please see the nearest gate supervisor or Fans First kiosks at the exterior of each spiral gate.
Breast pumps and supplies are permitted in Arrowhead Stadium, as long as they are carried in a clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bag measuring 12” x 6” x 12” or less. The bag, breast pump and supplies are subject to inspection.
Broadcast information for an event conducted at Arrowhead Stadium is available at the Guest Services Booths.
Located on the Plaza Level of Arrowhead Stadium, the Broadcast Suites provide what the NFL considers as the best height and distance from the field for sideline camera locations to provide an excellent and unparalleled view of the event action. Broadcast Suite ticket holders enter through a private entrance, after crossing over the Chiefs Hall of Honor presented by Time Warner Cable, a one of kind area honoring former Chiefs players and history. Upon entering the Broadcast Suite Lounge, broadcast suite members are greeted by a private concierge service that is available for any event needs. This exclusive area is also home to the National Television broadcast crew and features a décor themed towards all 32 teams in the National Football League with one wing dedicated to the AFC and the other highlighting the NFC. The Broadcast Suite Lounge also provides various lounge seating, a full service cash bar including premium liquor options, and an all-inclusive pre-game buffet. The eight broadcast suites include varied seating capacities ranging from twelve to forty per location as well as private restrooms, private elevator access and VIP parking with valet service.
Broken cup holder or seat
On event day if a seat cup holder or seat is broken, contact Chiefs Customer Relations at 816.920.4237, Text “CHIEFS” <SPACE> YOUR LOCATION AND ISSUE TO 69050 or report the problem to a Fans First Booth or concierge locations on the Scout Investments Club Level. On non-event days contact Customer Relations at 816.920.4237 or email@example.com
Fans First Booth Locations
Field Level Locations: 106, 114, 124; 131
Scout Investment Club Level: Visit any concierge location.
Upper Level Locations: 307, 317; 318; 330; 338; 341
Scout Investments Club Level Concierge desks are located at each spiral and in the Tower Club and North Club.
Budweiser Good Sport Designated Driver
The Kansas City Chiefs promote responsible drinking and positive fan behavior at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs alcohol management plan ensures that fans have a safe and fun experience. Guests who wish to enroll in the Budweiser Good Sport Designated Driver Program should visit a Fans First Booth located on the Field and Upper Levels of Arrowhead Stadium. Scout Investments Club Level patrons may visit a concierge location to enroll in the program. Designated drivers will receive a wristband and a coupon for a free non-alcoholic beverage. Individuals will also be registered in a prize drawing at that time. For more information about the Budweiser Good Sport Designated Driver, visit a Fans First Booth.
Event specific bulletins are available prior to Chiefs home games and special events on the events page. The bulletins will include necessary information to make guest’s event day experience optimal.
A new pass has been created for guests with oversize vehicles that have traditionally used two passes to gain admittance. Oversize vehicles are Class B Buses, RVs or any vehicle that extends beyond one parking space but still fits within two spaces without impeding the emergency vehicle lane. Oversize vehicle passes are available in General, Red and Gold parking lots. Should you currently have two passes for your oversize vehicle , please contact the Customer Relations Department at 816.920.4237 and we would be more than happy to switch these passes out for one Oversize pass. Please note that oversize parking passes are not intended to be used to gain an additional space for tailgating.
Class A & C Buses and RVs require a Bus/RV parking pass and will be directed to park the Northside of Dubiner Circle on a first come, first serve basis. Space is limited, therefore we recommend you arrive early to secure a bus parking space. The cost of bus parking is $70 and overnight parking for any type of vehicle is prohibited. Click Here for information on the specific gates to come into for Bus/RV.
Bus/RV $700 for season parking (price is for 10 games – $70 per game)
(available in limited quantities)
Bus transportation is available to Arrowhead Stadium on select stadium events by Kincaid Coach. Reservations with Kincaid Coach are made online at www.kincaidcoach.com or via phone at 913.441.6200.