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CenturyLink Field, Seattle
(4.4/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
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. Our Seattle vacation builder makes visiting CenturyLink Field and other Seattle attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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TripAdvisor
  • My third game here (I live in central CA) and I envy those with season tickets. Every time is like a religious experience--the camaraderie, the adrenaline, the passion, the excitement...and of course,...  more »
  • Loved this tour. It is about 1.5 hours and was very interesting to see all the parts of the stadium, from the 12 flag area, the press room, the field and other areas. Very much enjoyed the tour and th...  more »
  • I was so impressed at how clean the stadium was and how nice and friendly the workers were to us. It was my first time at the stadium and my first ever football game to watch. The noise level was asto...  more »
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  • I saw a Sounders game here and I really enjoyed it. The stadium signage is a bit difficult to get around, there could be a few more informational booths to help new people find their seats. There are a ton of places to grab food and beer before the games. The seats here are pretty comfortable and well sized. The bathrooms are easy to find and usually clean. I would definitely recommend this stadium if you're thinking about seeing a game.
  • Eh, although the staff was "friendly" they seemed to be more entertained with chit chatting in small groups with each other ignoring event goers... we had to ask SEVEN different people where our seats were, the general answer was "over there" with a wave of a hand around oh some odd 20,000 seats.... Bathrooms were poorly stocked and FILTHY (most gas station bathrooms in rural Alabama are probably cleaner). Bottle of water was $7.50.. safe to say it would take a pretty "major" or "once in a lifetime" event to get me back into that place.
  • Home to our beloved Sounders and Seahawks. Views from most areas are quite good. We've been Sounders Season Ticket holders for 3 years now in the NE corner and love it...and we know they're not even the best seats. Concessions here a quite good. Lots of variety...pricey, of course. Bathrooms are always clean. There are plenty of women's facilities for once...thank goodness!
  • Saw a Seahawks game. One of the most fantastic fan sports experiences I've ever participated in. Great team. Great crowd. Atmosphere is electric. Great stadium food and beer selection.
  • CenturyLink is one of the nicer stadiums around. Granted it houses the Seahawks and the Sounders for the majority of it's high scale events, but it's worth going to a game when you can. the sound quality in the stadium is great, and anywhere you sit there you pretty much have a good view of everything. Their box seating is great, with a super friendly staff (both upstairs boxes and red zone suites on the ground level). Prices are as expected for a sporting event, out of control. Sometimes you can find a good deal, but don't bank on it, so make sure you are willing to spend money when you go. Occidental is a great place afterwards or even before any game, as it is littered with bars and restaurants to spend the rest of the day in. Parking there isn't the best, its alright, so if anything, take the Light Rail and get off at the International District and walk a couple of blocks over, way cheaper than driving and way easier than finding a spot in their garage.