I have been a fan and season ticket holder of the Kansas City Chiefs football club for many, many years and have season tickets for the 2021 season bought and paid for. I started going in 1969 and first bought season tickets in 1974, so I have seen a lot of Chiefs football. After a fifty year dry spell, we finally won the Super Bowl on February 2, 2020. Unfortunately, we were not able to repeat that accomplishment again in 2021 following an otherwise very successful 2020 season. Unfortunately, too, I was not able to go to either of our Super Bowl games and missed the entire 2020 season in person due to COVID-19 concerns and problems.
I once had a lot of information posted on this page, but I took it down because it was not properly formatted for cell phones and tablets. Eventually, I hope to get that reposted, plus a lot more.
While I was not able to go to the Super Bowl itself, I was able to go to the big rally we had in Kansas City and attended all of the playoff games which were really exciting after all of the disappointments that I had witnessed for so many years. Here are some photos:
CHIEFS SUPER BOWL VICTORY RALLY
On February 2, 2020, the Kansas City Chiefs finally won another Super Bowl. I have attended Chiefs games regularly since they won the last one in 1970. That's fifty long years. At least my relatives do not need to visit my grave to give me the news. The rally on the Wednesday following the win was a blast and here I am before it started.
CHIEFS SUPER BOWL VICTORY RALLY CROWD
The rally on the Wednesday following ur Siper Bowl win was quite a blast - over a million people it was estimated. Here are a couple views of the crowd behind where I was standing.
CHIEFS (26) v. VIKINGS (23), 11/3/2019
After the game, lots and lots of fans stayed. I think the Viking fans were in shock and the Chiefs fans wanted to savor the win as long as possible