CenturyLink Field, Seattle

4.5
Home of the Seattle Seahawks, CenturyLink Field offers you a good football game with a view of the Seattle skyline. With an attendance record of more than 67,000, the attraction holds the Guinness World Record for the loudest crowd roar. The modern stadium complex was designed by sports fan and architect Ellerbe Becket. Look for innovations in the stadium, such as the vertical scoreboard, and admire the exterior of red brick that blends with the older buildings on the grounds. Visit the website for a schedule of games and concerts. Arrange your visit to CenturyLink Field and discover more family-friendly attractions in Seattle using our Seattle online tour planner .
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  • Step into the loud and proud home field to the Seattle Seahawks! On game day, this is the place to be! From easy entrance, to the many places to get food and drink, to the game itself; this is a great...  more »
  • I felt bad for the 49ers. They got clobbered. Even their coach got fouled for unsportsmanlike conduct... anyway. As a New Englander coming back to visit where I used to live this place did not disappo...  more »
  • We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to CenturyLink Field to see the Seahawks play the Green Bay Packers. We had awesome seats and the Seahawk fans around us put up with all our shinanigans when we were sc...  more »
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  • Great stadium. When I went to get food or a drink the lines went fast. The staff was real friendly and very helpful. My seat had a lot of leg room. Viewing the game was great from many points. And when the game was over getting out and back to the hotel was pretty fast. Great experience.
  • I enjoyed taking my granddaughter to the Taylor Swift concert. All Century Link Field employees I encountered were helpful and polite. On another note, Century Link Field food and refreshments were expensive and the concert security accidentally let me through when I sounded the metal detector. The woman told me to "get checked over there." I ignored her and went through anyway. No one stopped me. Later, I discovered I had a small metal pill container in my back pocket. Kind of scary knowing how easy it was to get passed security. Be aware, but don't let fear stop you from living your life. I had a great time and still glad I attended.
  • Let's be honest, it really depends where you are in the stadium. Inside the arena, it is great. Really not a bad seat in the house. Entering the stadium, and the outer concourses, the place is, at best, functional. Indistinct signage and a serious lack of stadium maps (either inside or online) makes it very difficult to find your best entrance and then get to the proper section. Making it worse, in comparison of course, is the fact it sits across the street from one of the greatest sports facilities ever built. While it is true the crowds and flow are different at baseball stadiums than at soccer/football stadiums (and hockey/basketball arenas), it has always seemed to me they could have taken some design and function ideas from Safeco Field that would have translated well into this venue. Way more entrances/exits, and those amazing moving stair thingies. Let's just put it this way, your average 50%+ overweight American football fan should get a VERY long head start before walking up seemingly endless ramps to the top level. And hope somebody knows CPR. One plus, the concessions ARE good, and not outrageously priced as far as venue food goes.
  • We recently attended a Sounders game at Centurylink and were pleasantly surprised at how easy and convenient parking was next to the stadium. There are many shops, restaurants, and breweries you can walk around visiting prior to the game if you get there early. You cannot bring in your purse but they do allow clear bags. Security and staff are courteous and helpful. We had suite seating which meant we needed to go through extra check stations. Our suite was pristine and we enjoyed the spread of catered food and drinks. The suite came with a private entrance, bathroom and bartender.
  • CenturyLink is always a great venue for Seattle sports teams! Getting into the stadium is nice and simple. Finding your seat is simple and further eased by the staff willing to help. The energy of the fans is also always incredible. There is also a large assortment of food. My only problem is that everything is so expensive! If you go to a game there, look up the clear bag policy and bring yourself some snacks and drinks for the game - you won't want to pay the price for food there!
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