LOOK: Chiefs going with classic gold end zones for Super Bowl LVII

NBC’s Sunday Night Football Twitter account has shared a preview of the field at State Farm Stadium, the host site of Super Bowl LVII in Phoenix Arizona. The tweet showed the Super Bowl LVII logos on either end of the field and they revealed the end zones for each team.

The Kansas City Chiefs are going with an end zone design inspired by a classic look. It appears the team will be going with their Municipal Stadium throwback color scheme for the end zones. Instead of the grass end zones with the red “Chiefs” lettering you usually see at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, this one features gold end zones with red lettering. Obviously, it’s not a perfect replication of what they did back in the day, but it’s clearly inspired by that look.

Check it out:

The Chiefs had similar end zone designs for both Super Bowl LIV and Super Bowl LV. A few pictures down below:

Super Bowl LIV:

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Super Bowl LV:

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What do you think about the look of the end zones, Chiefs Kingdom? Do you approve or would you prefer a different design? Do you not care at all so long as it’s the Chiefs dancing in the end zones after a score? Be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below and on Facebook and Twitter.

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