Nov. 19, 2007

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Here are some reminders

Gates for this Saturday night’s NCAA top ten showdown between the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri at Arrowhead Stadium will open at 3:00 PM, Saturday, November 24th. Game time has been set for 7:00 PM and gates to the stadium itself will open at 5:00 PM.


ESPN College GameDay will be visiting Arrowhead this Saturday as part of the network’s national college football coverage. The program is hosted by Chris Fowler with analysis provided by Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard. The TV set will be located in Parking Lot C and the program will run from 9:00-11:00 AM (Central). Fans are encouraged to come by and cheer on their favorite team.

Fans can enter Gate 2 at Arrowhead Stadium at 7:00 AM. The gate is accessible off the Blue Ridge cut-off exit of I-70. There is no charge for parking.

As soon as the show concludes at 11:00 AM, visitors must leave the stadium complex until 3:00 PM when the gates will open for the night’s game.

This is not a tailgate party, but an opportunity to watch Game Day live.


Arrowhead Stadium is accessible off I-70. For those coming from Missouri, take I-70 West. Exit at Blue Ridge cut-off and the stadium inside the Truman Sports Complex is located on your left. The stadium can be reached from Kansas via I-70 East or I-435 North. Exits are available off of I-435 or by heading I-70 East.


Gates to the Truman Sports Complex open at 3:00 PM with stadium entry available at 5:00 PM. By tendering your ticket and entering the stadium, you consent to “pat-down” searches. If you elect not to consent to the search, you will be denied entry to the stadium. Once entered, you may not return to your car and then re-enter Arrowhead.

Items permitted in Arrowhead are as follows:

  • Fanny packs unattached from your body
  • Small diaper bags (if an infant is with them)
  • Bottled water sealed of 20 oz. or smaller (1 bottle per person)
  • Binoculars and their cases
  • Umbrellas (for rainy games only)
  • Still camera and camera case
  • Walkman radio w/headset
  • Insulin and diabetic supplies
  • Breast pump and supplies
  • Seat cushion of lightweight foam/with sealed plastic cover only
  • Small flags or posters no larger than 3X5.

Some items are not permitted in Arrowhead Stadium including:

  • All bags including large purses over 8 ½ X 11 X 6 and backpacks
  • Coolers of any size
  • Any plastic, metal or glass cups
  • Cans or containers of any kind including: thermos bottles, flasks, beer or liquor
  • Noisemakers including: claxons, bells, whistles, air horns
  • Laser pointers
  • Video cameras
  • :Poles or rods
  • Weapons including guns, knives, etc.


Arrowhead Stadium parks in excess of 23,000 cars and while some spaces will not be available because of construction at baseball’s Kaufman Stadium, parking is plentiful given the availability of most college and university stadiums. Parking costs $22 and is limited to one vehicle per space. Parking passes and spaces are for vehicles only and cannot be used for trailers, grills, tables and additional tailgating space. All vehicles pulling a trailer of any kind will be charged for an extra parking space and must park in the grass.

Tailgating may take place in front of or behind your vehicle and no saving of spaces is permitted. All roadways, aisles and other spaces must be kept free of tailgating equipment. Finally, if your vehicle is too large to fit in the 8X16′ space, you must park in the back of the lot or in the grass areas.

RV parking is priced at $60 at the gate. For those seeking overnight parking, gates to ArrowheadPark will open on Friday at 1:00 PM until Sunday at the conclusion of the Chiefs game. The price is $100 for one night or $175 for both games. Cash only and no reservations will be accepted.


Located at Sections 101 and 118, Sections 114, 132 and 330


Sections 101 and 118


Police officers and guest service staff are on duty throughout Arrowhead during all games and events. Patrons in need of assistance should notify the nearest stadium staff member or police officer, or go to the guest service station located in section 119.

Ticket holders are advised that entering or throwing objects onto the field, fighting, or otherwise acting in a dangerous, abusive or profane manner can result in ejection from the game, possible arrest and prosecution and loss of ticket privileges for future games.