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Chiefs Open Up Voting for "Greatest Moments" Season Ticket Contest

Fans who vote are eligible to win Chiefs season tickets


As part of NFL100, the Kansas City Chiefs are giving fans the opportunity to win season tickets for 2019 by participating in the "Greatest Moment Sweepstakes."

All Chiefs fans are encouraged to visit to vote on one of four videos as the greatest moment in franchise history. When fans vote, they are automatically entered for the chance to win 2019 season tickets.

The moment with the most votes will be revealed in-stadium during the club's October 6 game vs. Indianapolis, which serves as the Chiefs Fantennial celebration, and will also be entered into a league-led vote to find the NFL's greatest moment.

In honor of the 60th season of Chiefs football, the top four moments to vote for focus on major milestones in the early years of the franchise and the American Football League:

  • 65 Toss Power Trap – Head Coach Hank Stram was mic'd up in Super Bowl IV and can be heard making the iconic 65 Toss Power Trap call to the Chiefs offense.
  • Lamar Hunt Coins "Super Bowl" – The AFL-NFL merger agreed to during the 1966 season inspired Chiefs Founder Lamar Hunt to coin the term "Super Bowl" as the name for the championship game between the AFL and NFL. 
  • Lamar Hunt Founds the AFL – After being denied the opportunity to start an expansion team or purchase a current NFL team, Chiefs Founder Lamar Hunt founds the AFL alongside seven other individuals who invest in the start-up league.
  • Mike Garrett's Amazing Run – Running back Mike Garett reverses field on a long run to guarantee the Chiefs a trip to Super Bowl I following the 1966 season.

Officially launched at Super Bowl LIII, NFL100 is a year-long celebration aimed at bringing generations of football fans, players, communities and all 32 clubs together to honor 100 years of the National Football League. The NFL is using content, interviews, special player activations, community service projects and "Fantennial Weekends" in each NFL market to keep the celebration going throughout the season.