Arrowhead Club - Kansas City Chiefs

Manufacturer: Syracuse China
User name: Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Club
Date: 1992-2000
Notes: The Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League have played in Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Kan., since 1972. The Arrowhead Club was a two-story membership club inside the stadium from the early Seventies until the renovation of the stadium in 2009, when it closed. The Arrowhead Club is now referred to as the Founder’s Club.

Membership in the Arrowhead Club was open to anyone for an annual fee, with food and beverage options available, and season ticket holders reserved tables by the windows for a view overlooking the field.

The design is placed on an off-white Syralite body with black line on the embossed rim. The logo is an intertwined red A and an orange C placed over an arrowhead against a gray background, with the name Arrowhead Club above and below the monogram. (The logo was confirmed by the historian of the Chiefs.)

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