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Kansas City Chiefs plan $10m Arrowhead Stadium renovations

The Kansas City Chiefs are planning more than $10m (€8.75m) in upgrades to Arrowhead Stadium, including installing a new videoboard and new seats in the upper deck.

“It has been a decade since our last major renovation to Arrowhead Stadium was completed and we’ve been taking an extensive look at areas we can address as we move towards future seasons,” Chiefs president Mark Donovan said in a press release. “We are excited about these projects and look forward to the work beginning in the coming days and weeks.”

The Kansas City Star reports the NFL team are paying for the work – which could begin next week – but can ask to be reimbursed by the Jackson County Sports Complex Authority.

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