Kansas City Chiefs Home Schedule 2019

The Kansas City Chiefs open their 2019 NFL season on the road and their first home game comes against the Baltimore Ravens (Sept. 22) in Week 3. They follow that with a pair of home matchups against 2018 playoff teams in the Indianapolis Colts (Oct. 6) in Week 5 and the Houston Texans (Oct. 13) in Week 6.

Kansas City plays on Sunday Night Football in Week 8 vs. the Green Bay Packers (Oct. 27). The Chiefs have a late bye in Week 12 before the AFC West gauntlet. They face the Oakland Raiders (Dec. 1) in Week 13, the Denver Broncos (Dec. 1) in Week 15, and the Los Angeles Chargers (Dec. 29) in Week 17.

2019 Kansas City Chiefs Home Schedule

Schedule Date Opponent Time (Central)
Preseason Sat, Aug. 10 vs. Cincinnati Bengals 7:00 PM
Preseason Sat, Aug. 24 vs. San Francisco 49ers 7:00 PM
Week 3 Sun, Sept. 22 vs. Baltimore Ravens 12:00 PM
Week 5 Sun, Oct. 6 vs. Indianapolis Colts 7:20 PM
Week 6 Sun, Oct. 13 vs. Houston Texans 12:00 PM
Week 8 Sun, Oct. 27 vs. Green Bay Packers 7:20 PM
Week 9 Sun, Nov. 3 vs. Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM
Week 13 Sun, Dec. 1 vs. Oakland Raiders 12:00 PM
Week 15 Sun, Dec. 15 vs. Denver Broncos 12:00 PM
Week 17 Sun, Dec. 29 vs. Los Angeles Chargers 12:00 PM

Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium

The Chiefs, founded in 1959, play at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The stadium seats over 76,000 and opened in 1972. It is located next to Kauffman Stadium, home of the MLB’s Kansas City Royals. Arrowhead Stadium set a Guinness World Record for the loudest stadium at 142.2 decibels on Monday Night Football in 2014. The record was previously held by Seattle Seahawks fans at CenturyLink Field.

Individual game tickets for all games are available now.

All game times are local and subject to change.

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