was in old Municipal Stadium, the Chiefs first home in Kansas City
after their move from Dallas in 1963, that the Wolfpack began!
Wolfpack was a group of the rowdiest Kansas City Chiefs Fans seated
in the temporary bleacher seats directly behind the players’
benches. In Municipal, both the Chiefs and the opponents’
benches were on the same sideline, so it became an advantage for
the Chiefs to have the Wolfpack behind the opponents. The Chiefs
record in Municipal Stadium was 44-16-3
why were they called the Wolfpack?
It started when Kansas City Chiefs play by play announcer Tom Headrick
pointed out that there was a large group of fans that sat together
near one of the endzones and always wore red. They were rabid fans
and he remarked that they resembled a wolfpack. The name stuck.
Wolfpack today only exists in name. There is still a Wolfpack Club
but it is only for those who have tickets that allow them into the
Arrowhead Pavilion. A far cry from the rowdy, blue collar, brave
all fans that started the tradition.
this site is dedicated to those who sat in the cold and the heat
on the hard bleachers with no cup holders and yet managed to cheer
the Chiefs on to victory.
We salute you!!
represents the spirit of the original Wolfpack and brings that spirit
back to life in the endzones of Arrowhead Stadium where we continue
to make Arrowhead the loudest stadium in the NFL!!
me and bring back the WolfpacK!
If you have stories, photos or memories of the original Wolfpack
and would like to share them, email me at:
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