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In the second and final regular-season clash of the year between these AFC West rivals, the Denver Broncos will head to Kansas City to take on the host Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Nov. 30. This primetime Sunday night showdown will come over two months since the first 2014 meeting during Week 2. With the squads finishing 1-2 in the division a year ago, this game could very well play a major role in the final AFC West standings, though both the Broncos and Chiefs also will still have to face Oakland and San Diego in the ensuing weeks as well. Entering the 2014 season, Denver owns a four-game winning streak versus KC.
Arrowhead Stadium Seating Information
Arrowhead Stadium seating is expected to be available throughout the venue for Broncos-Chiefs on Nov. 30. Beginning with seating closest to the playing field, the stadium offers seating across Lower Level Sections 101-136, followed by the Club Level (201-246) and final Upper Level (301-346). Though subject to change, Kansas City generally occupies the sideline near Sections 114-123, while Denver will likely be stationed by Sections 105-133.
Arrowhead Stadium General Information
The Chiefs are committed to offering a safe and fun game-day environment for every visitor entering Arrowhead Stadium. As such, prohibited items include outside food and beverages, coolers, large strollers, noisemakers, seat cushions, footballs, and portable heaters, just to name a few. Stadium staff reserves the right to prohibit any items deemed unsafe. Make sure to also familiarize yourself with the NFL's league-wide bag policy enforced throughout the season.
Arrowhead Stadium Parking Information
Parking at Arrowhead stadium is divided into four levels: General, Red, Gold and Platinum. Tailgating is permitted, but must be contained within one parking space and is typically limited to eights guests per space.
Arrowhead Stadium Gate Times
Gates usually open 90 minutes before a game's scheduled start time, but is subject to change on Nov. 30 for Chiefs vs Broncos.