LOOK: Chiefs teasing throwback midfield logo, end zone design

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The Kansas City Chiefs are teasing some big things for GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium ahead of their Week 2 tilt with the Los Angeles Chargers.

For the 50th anniversary of Arrowhead Stadium, the team will make an homage to the past with their end zone design and unveil a classic midfield logo at the stadium. They released a teaser video on Twitter that you can see at the top of the page.

While the final design is not shown, they appear to be going with the red endzone look that debuted at the stadium when it first opened in 1972. It’s still a work in progress by the team’s grounds crew. The end zone appears to feature the red end zones with the KC logo on one side of the endzone and the AFC logo on the other.

Here’s a look at what it looked like back in the ’70s.

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The midfield logo appears to be at the very least inspired by the logo that debuted at the stadium in 1972. Stay tuned for more updates here from the team ahead of kickoff on Thursday.

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