Wondering what colors the Kansas City Chiefs wear? Here’s a quick rundown of the team’s colors and where you can find them.
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The official colors of the Kansas City Chiefs are red, gold, and white.
The official colors of the Kansas City Chiefs are red, gold, and white. The team’s primary color is red, with gold trim on the pants and white jerseys. The team also wears white pants with their red jerseys.
The Chiefs wear red jerseys at home and white jerseys on the road.
The Chiefs officially adopted red and gold as their team colors in 1963. In the early years, the team wore all-red uniforms at home and white with red trim on the road. The Chiefs wore white jerseys at home for a few years in the 1970s, but returned to red as the primary home jersey color in 1986. The team has worn red jerseys with white pants at home and white jerseys with white pants on the road since then.
The team’s primary logo is a red and white Arrowhead.
The team’s primary logo is a red and white Arrowhead. On their helmets, the Chiefs wear a red arrowhead with a white outline, and white jerseys with red numbers trimmed in white with black stripes down the arms and sides. The Chiefs wore white pants at home until 1968, when they began wearing red pants at home. They switched to black pants in 1971 and have worn black pants with both their white and red jerseys since then.
The Chiefs’ alternate logo is a white and red Arrowhead.
The Chiefs wear white jerseys at home with red pants, and red jerseys on the road with white pants. Their primary logo is a red Arrowhead with a white “KC” inside it. The Chiefs’ alternate logo is a white and red Arrowhead.