KANSAS city leaders don’t have to look too far for support during their games.
Former Super Bowl champions are often supported by the franchise’s cheerleading squad.
Who are the Chief’s cheerleaders?
Led by Chiefettes alum Stephanie Judah, the 33 members of the Kansas City Chiefs cheerleading team are: On the same subject : Giants Jaguars Football | National sport | heraldchronicle.com.
The Chiefs cheerleading squad was formed in 1963, the team was co-organized until the 1990s.
When the squad became an all-female ensemble, they renamed the team the Chiefettes.
What are the requirements to be a Chiefs cheerleader?
All Chiefettes prospects must be 18 years of age prior to the team’s tryout date. This may interest you : Adam Warner, Titans Cheerleaders let loose in ‘One Drunk’ video..
The audition process involves a video submission from the candidate, as well as learning choreography and performances provided by the squad.
On the Chieffetes website, director Stephanie explains: “Being a Chiefs Cheerleader takes a lot.
“We are looking for amazing women with both high talent and character.
“These women work very hard throughout the year, but they always find it worthwhile to have the opportunity to stand on that field at Arrowhead Stadium and represent the best organization in the National Football League.”
She added: “I was very lucky to have had the pleasure of seven years for this wonderful organisation, it really changed my life.”
What do Chiefs cheerleaders get paid?
The standard compensation for NFL cheerleaders is $150 per game, which adds up to $22,500 per year. Read also : GHSA Cheerleading State Championship Friday Roundup.
When it comes to other public appearances, cheerleader wages can range from $50 to $75.
Compared to other NFL cheerleading organizations, this is much lower than the wages earned by the Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers cheerleaders.
Both cheer organizations receive an annual salary of $75,000.