Chiefs vs. Dolphins: Anticipating Coldest Game in Kansas City History

By Jayson Henderson

The Kansas City Chiefs are gearing up for what could be one of the coldest games in NFL history as they face the Miami Dolphins in the AFC Wild Card Round at GEHA (Government Employees Health Association) Field at Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday, January 13, with a 7:00 p.m. kickoff.

With temperatures projected to reach a bone-chilling minus-5 degrees Fahrenheit, fans are bracing themselves for the frigid conditions. Despite the freezing forecast, some tickets are available for as low as $60 on Ticketmaster.

To help fans brave the extreme cold, the Chiefs are setting up warming stations both inside and outside the stadium. These stations will be strategically located near parking gates, inside parking lots, and at various points within the stadium, including the Ford Tailgate District. Additionally, fans are encouraged to bundle up with loose-fitting layers, carry blankets (without zippers or compartments), and stay hydrated. Hot chocolate will be available for purchase at Chiefs bars, and designated drivers pledging at Fans First Booths will receive a free cup.

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