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If you’re in St. Louis and you’re looking for a team whose games you can cheer for and brag about, look no further than the Cardinals. This National League baseball team has eleven World Series Championships to their name. Check out their classic uniforms highlighted by a red cardinal perched atop a baseball bat and their beautiful stadium.
The Kansas City Royals are another World Series Champ. Let’s not forget about the Kansas City Chiefs either. A team with classic red, gold, and white uniforms as well as a stadium atmosphere more typical of what you would find at a college, there’s no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than watching some Chiefs football while eating authentic Kansas City barbecue.
If blue and gold are more your colors, catch the St. Louis Blues in ice-shredding action at the Scottrade Center.
Catch Great Hockey With The St. Louis Blues
Blue and gold never looked so good together than on National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues – part of the Central Division of the Western Conference. Named after the famed tune "St. Louis Blues" by W. C. Handy, this team was established in 1967 in St. Louis.
The Blues have been skating around the Scottrade Center in downtown St. Louis since 1994. This 20,000-seat arena also hosts the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame – a tribute to the outstanding athletes of Gateway City since March of 2010 – found just outside of Section 103.
Don’t forget about the Bud Light Zone – happening before and after every home game at the Scottrade Center – or see if you can score a photo with Louie the Polar Bear, the cherished mascot of the Blues. Treat yourself to a run through of the St. Louis Blues Team Store, or sit back and watch as the Blues battle it out on their home turf.
Stay cool with the St. Louis Blues during hockey season – October through April – at the Scottrade Center in in the heart of Gateway City.
St. Louis Cardinals Do Nothing But Impress
Winners of multiple World Series championships, Major League Baseball’s St. Louis Cardinals are of a staple of this great American sport – a pride of the state of Missouri. Part of the Central Division within the National League, this team has been around since the late 1800s.
Since 2006, the Cardinals’ home has been Busch Stadium – set in the heart of downtown St. Louis with the iconic Gateway Arch in full view.
Debuted in early April of 2006, this is the third ballpark in St. Louis to be titled Busch Stadium – dubbing it Busch Stadium III or New Busch Stadium at times. This 46,000-seat stadium offers tours of the grounds throughout the year.
During baseball season – April through September – public tours begin daily at 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 2 p.m. Get your picture with Fredbird – the beloved Cardinals mascot – or pick out your favorite souvenir from the Cardinals Team Store.
The Kansas City Chiefs Give Football a Great Name
Get your game faces on, because the Chiefs are getting ready to storm. The National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs are a part of the Western Division of the American Football Conference.
Established in 1960, the Chiefs of Kansas City know how to treat their fans in the red and gold, and honor them with the Chiefs Nation fan club, and citywide celebrations like Red Friday.
Part of the Truman Sports Complex along with the Kauffman Stadium ballpark, Arrowhead Stadium is a home to those who see red. First seeing game action in 1972, this stadium is the largest of its kind in Missouri. With a recent renovation, Arrowhead is more than ready to welcome its “Sea of Red.”
Take a tour of this impressive structure – tickets are available at the Team Store – and see if you can score a photo with Chief mascot K. C. Wolf.
Don't Miss Kansas City's Own Royal Family
Stick out that pinky finger – we’re heading to Kansas City to meet the Royals. As World Series Champions, Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals are a part of the Central Division within the American League.
The Royals have been housed in Kauffman Stadium since its completion in 1973. Nicknamed The K by Kansas City residents, this ballpark is the sixth-oldest stadium in the MLB, and neighbors Arrowhead Stadium to create the Truman Sports Complex.
Make your way to this downtown ballpark – an entertainer of over 67 million fans so far – and meet Sluggerrr, the Royals’ adored mascot, or poke around the Royal Team Store. Visit the Royals Halls of Fame for such attractions as Clubhouse Lobby, Dugout Theater, and the Hall of Fame Gallery.
Want to see a real Camelot? Take a tour of the ballpark from April 5th through September 20th and choose from excursions such as the “The Classic” or the two-hour “Grand Slam” tour. You won’t miss a thing this season in Kansas City.