The Tennessee Titans (11-7) will travel to Kansas City on Sunday, January 19, to play the Chiefs (13-4) in the AFC championship game. Kickoff at Arrowhead Stadium, which has a capacity of 76,416 is scheduled for 3:05 p.m. EST.
The winner of that match-up will then represent the AFC in Super Bowl LIV, which is scheduled for February 2 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. The Super Bowl will pit the AFC champion against the winner of Sunday’s NFC championship game in San Francisco between the 49ers and the Green Bay Packers.
Sunday’s rivalry marks the second playoff game between the Titans and Chiefs during the past three years. The Titans defeated the Chiefs, 22-21, in a wild card game in 2017. Still, the Chiefs won the Chiefs have a 2-1 advantage in the playoff meetings between the two teams.
Tennessee hosted Kansas City on November 10, a game the Titans won, 35-32.
This will represent the Titans’ fifth all-time AFC championship game, and the first since January of 2003 at Oakland.
The team won the AFC title game at Jacksonville on January 30, 2000, advancing them to the only Super Bowl appearance in team history, at Super Bowl XXXIV.