KC Cauldron Streetcar


On March 3, 2022, Kansas City revealed its first ever fan-based and fan-created KC Streetcar just in time for the Sporting KC Home Opener against the Houston Dynamo.

Kansas City Cauldron members rolled into the Union Station Streetcar stop having been the first to see and ride the KC Cauldron Streetcar. Sporting KC representatives and KC Streetcar team members were also in attendance at the Union Station streetcar stop.

For the third straight year, a freshly wrapped KC Streetcar is hitting the tracks to celebrate the start of a new Major League Soccer season. This year’s look, however, is a first-of-its-kind design developed to honor the pride and passion of Sporting Kansas City supporters. This streetcar features several unique elements created and customized in collaboration with the Cauldron.

The KC Cauldron Streetcar is the first in KC Streetcar history to feature different designs on each side. While both sides showcase the Cauldron’s name and logo at the center of the streetcar, one side features the club’s contemporary Sporting Blue and Dark Indigo color scheme while the opposite side pays tributes to the colorful Wizards era when the Cauldron was first established.

Emblazoned across the KC Cauldron Streetcar are the lyrics to the “We Love Ya” chant which emanates from the Supporters’ Stand at Children’s Mercy Park on matchdays. The team’s seven all-time major championship trophies are illustrated near the top of the streetcar — an element that carries over from the very first Sporting KC Streetcar in 2020 – and completing the eye-catching exterior is an array of confetti in a nod to the club’s popular post-match tradition for celebrating victories at Children’s Mercy Park.

The KC Cauldron Streetcar also features 24 seats branded with iconic jerseys in team history along with the names and numbers of four active Sporting KC players (Johnny Russell, Daniel Salloi, Roger Espinoza and Graham Zusi) and four MLS All-Stars from the Wizards era (Preki, Digital Takawira, Jimmy Conrad and Mo Johnston).

Read more about the KC Cauldron Streetcar Reveal here.