Kansas City Chiefs Logos

The Kansas City Chiefs franchise was founded in 1960 by businessman Lamar Hunt as the Dallas Texans and was a charter member of the American Football League (AFL). They are not associated with an earlier Dallas Texans NFL team that only played for one season in 1952. In 1963, the team relocated to Kansas City and became the Chiefs. The franchise became one of the strongest teams in the thriving AFL and eventually helped Hunt become a central figure in negotiations with NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle to agree on an AFL–NFL merger.

Team Logos History

Kansas City Chiefs team logo
Kansas City Chiefs Wordmark Logo
Kansas City Chiefs team logo
Kansas City Chiefs 1972-Present
Kansas City Chiefs 1963-1971 logo
Kansas City Chiefs 1963-1971
Dallas Texans 1960-1962 logo
Dallas Texans 1960-1962

Helmets

Kansas City Chiefs Helmet
Kansas City Chiefs Helmet
Kansas City Chiefs Helmet 1963-1973
Kansas City Chiefs Helmet 1963-1973
Houston Texans Helmet 1960-1962
Houston Texans Helmet 1960-1962

Pro Football Reference

Dallas Texans / Kansas City Chiefs Franchise Encyclopedia

Official Sites

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