The Chiefs became a team when the AFL was formed and started out as the Dallas Texans.
The Chiefs became an NFL team in 1967 when the AFL merged with the NFL to become one league. They were one of the original AFL teams. They were still in the AFL until 1970, they won the Super bowl IV in 1970 as the last AFL team, the following year they joined the NFL as part of the AFC The Chiefs were originally named The Dallas Texans and was founded by Lamar Hunt as a member of the American Football League(AFL). The Chiefs relocated to Kansas City in 1963 and took the name that they have now. They then joined the NFL during the NFL-AFL merging in the year 1960.
The Dallas Texans were an AFL team owned by Lamar Hunt. They won the AFL championship in 1962, but then moved to Kansas City in 1963 to become the Chiefs. The Dallas Cowboys were an NFL expansion team that started play in 1961. The City of Dallas couldn't support two pro football teams, so in 1963, the Texans moved to Kansas City and became the Chiefs. They went on to win Super Bowl IV in 1970.
The original 1952 Dallas Texans franchise of the NFL was dissolved by the League before the end of the season. What was left of the players joined the new Baltimore Colts franchise in 1953. The 1960 Dallas Texans of the AFL relocated to become the Kansas City Chiefs in 1963.
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Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs are their older rivals. The series with the San Diego Chargers have become more intensified recently, as well as the Patriots with the Peyton Manning-Tom Brady matchup
kansas became the thirty-fourth state in 1861.
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