Photo Album: Kids Club Movie Night
Members of the Kansas City Chiefs Kids Club got the opportunity to take part in various activities inside Arrowhead Stadium before watching the movie Ferdinand from the field on Arrowvision.
Photo Gallery: Wolf University At Chiefs Training Camp
During Sunday's Training Camp practice, young Kansas City Chiefs fans were given the opportunity to attend Wolf University where they were taught the basics of being a mascot by KC Wolf himself, Dan Meers. The young mascots in training got to participate in a relay race wearing KC Wolf's suit and shoes, operate a toilet paper gun, and even pie a Raiders fan in the face during this special event.
Photo Gallery: Gatorade Junior Training Camp
The Gatorade Junior Training Camp was held at the Spratt Memorial Complex Field on Friday morning. Missouri Western athletes and Chiefs Ambassadors assisted more than 150 athletes in the 12-14 age range in football fundamentals and skill development.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Kingdom Kids Movie Night
The Kansas City Chiefs hosted the sixth-annual Chiefs Kingdom Kids Movie Night at Arrowhead Stadium with a screening of “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” as an exclusive benefit for children who are enrolled in the organization’s new Chiefs Kingdom Kids program. In addition to the movie there were also on-field activities, including a field goal kicking station, Play 60 activities, inflatables, face painters, balloon artists, and an Xbox station hosted by Microsoft.