CenturyLink Field, Seattle
Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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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At the Southend of Pioneer Square, in a rapidly changing urban space, it's a comfortable (food expensive) spot to catch the Mariners team win or lose, and if it starts to rain, it's got a sliding roof... read more »
A bucket list item, see my Hawks play at home. Went to the Sea vs Niners game. Tickets were crazy expensive, but totally worth it to us. Section 335, row HH. Even that high up we could see everything ... read more »
This place is top notch! Found out on our last day they had tours of the stadium! Offers a lot of information and great view of the stadium and the Puget Sound! Granted you don't get to see the Seahaw... read more »
CenturyLink Field is a great place to watch a soccer game. I have season tickets with a great view of the field. I'd give it five stars for that aspect. However, a lot of the staff is less than friendly and the concessions are obscenely priced. $11 for kind of gross fish and chips? $9 for a domestic beer? $10 for a hotdog? $5.75 for a cup of Starbucks hot chocolate? Oh, and you can't get an empty cup with a straw unless you pay $5. I do eat and drink there sometimes, but am always irritated by the high prices.
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.
The atmosphere is fantastic. Lots of energy during the game (Seahawks). The employees are nice and are happy to answer your questions. The stadium is clean and so are the bathrooms. There was never a line for the bathroom since there are a lot of them.
I read up on bringing in bags policy before heading out to the field. Seemed that the workers did not. I had brought a very small bag around my waist, the same size that was allotted in the the policy rules. They said I couldn't enter with that bag, even though the policy said otherwise. I had to leave and throw my bag away. The moment I entered the stadium, there where dozens and dozens of women with Hugh bags and cameras that where 20 times bigger than mine. I felt ripped off and discriminated. Not cool.
One of the best fan atmospheres anywhere for Sounders and Seahawks. Nice facility. They definitely need to step up their food game though. Way overpriced for a relatively generic selection. Barely any real Northwest food choices. Where's the seafood, or Thai, or Indian, or even just a decent high quality burger, or a better local beer selection?
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