The Kansas City Chiefs began play in the American Football League as the Dallas Texans in 1960. They moved to Kansas City and became the Chiefs in 1963.
The Chiefs became a team when the AFL was formed and started out as the Dallas Texans.
The team was a charter member of the American Football League in 1960. They were playing in Dallas and were known as the Texans. The team relocated to Kansas City for the 1963 season and became known as the Chiefs. Click on the 'Kansas City Chiefs' link on this page to read about the franchise's history.
Officially, 1970. The Kansas City Chiefs began as the Dallas Texans when the American Football League was formed in 1960. The Texans moved and became the Chiefs prior to the 1963 season. The Chiefs, along with the nine other AFL franchises, officially joined the NFL prior to the 1970 season.
The Dallas Texans became the Kansas City Chiefs in 1963. The first pro football championship was played a long time before that. But if the question is about the first Super Bowl, the Green Bay Packers beat the Chiefs 35-10.
The Dallas Texans of the American Football League relocated to Kansas City, Missouri in 1963 and became the Chiefs.
K. C. Wolf is the official mascot of the Kansas City Chiefs
In October 2003, Dante Hall became the first Kansas City Chiefs player to appear on "The Late Show with David Letterman".
Jhon Hauser is known as "the painter of chiefs"
Yes. For the first three seasons of the team's existence (1960-1962), they played in Dallas and were known as the Texans. They moved to Kansas City and became the Chiefs prior to the 1963 season.
Both the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League and the Dallas Texans of the American Football League began playing in 1960. The Texans relocated to Kansas City, Missouri in 1963 and became the Kansas City Chiefs.