Arrowhead Stadium is officially the loudest stadium in the world, and that means the Kansas City Chiefs have one heck of an advantage over their opponents when they’re at home.
That advantage was noticeable this past Sunday, as the crowd was really able to be “the 12th man” when the Chiefs needed them most.
Chiefs’ head coach Andy Reid was appreciative of the crowd’s support in a recent press conference.
“I’d like to thank the fans for the support that they gave yesterday,” he said. “It’s a tough place for an opponent to come in and play in. Right at the end of the game there, we needed the fan support and they brought it and they caused a big offsides there”
The Chiefs are 8-0, and that includes five wins at home. A big part of that home winning streak is undoubtedly the home cooking Chiefs’ fans cook up each and every home game.
It starts on Red Friday, really builds up on Saturday, and it all comes to a head Sunday afternoon when the pregame clock strikes zero and the Chiefs take the field in search of another win.
Seattle is known for its loud stadium, Green Bay’s Lambeau Field is legendary, and other venues and fan bases around the league know how to pack a punch on Sundays from time-to-time.
With that said , there’s undisputedly no better home field advantage in the NFL than Arrowhead Stadium in 2013.