Who are the Chiefs cheerleaders?
The KANSAS City Chiefs don’t have to look too far for support during their games.
The former Super Bowl champions are often supported by the franchise’s cheerleading team.
The Kansas City Chiefs have a 33-member cheerleading organization[/caption]
Who are the Chief’s cheerleaders?
Directed by Chiefettes alum Stephanie Judah, the 33 members of the Kansas City Chiefs cheerleading squad are:
The Chiefs cheerleading team was formed in 1963, the team was mixed until the 1990s.
When the roster became an all-female ensemble, they renamed the team the Chiefettes.
What are the requirements to be a Chiefs cheerleader?
All applicants for the Chiefettes must be 18 years of age at the team’s audition date.
The audition process involves a video submission by the candidate and learning and performing choreography provided by the group.
Speaking on the Chieffetes’ website, director Stephanie explains, “It takes a lot to be a Chiefs cheerleader.
“We are looking for versatile women who have both high talent and character.
“These women work very hard year-round but always find it rewarding to have the opportunity to be on that field at Arrowhead Stadium and represent the best organization in the National Football League.”
She added, “I’ve been so fortunate to have cheered for this amazing organization for seven years, it’s really been life changing.”
What do Chiefs cheerleaders get paid?
The standard pay for NFL cheerleaders is $150 per game, which equates to $22,500 annually.
When it comes to other public appearances, a cheerleader’s pay can range from $50 to $75.
The Chiefs cheerleading team was formed in 1963 by a male cheerleader named Randy Neil (not pictured).[/caption]
Compared to other NFL cheerleading organizations, this is significantly lower than the pay earned by the Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers cheerleaders.
Both cheer organizations collect an annual salary of 75,000 US dollars.
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