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Husky Stadium, Seattle
(4.6/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • First college game! Tailgating looks exactly as it does in the movies! Lots of college kids and alcohol! Parking was easy but we did have to pay. Not a problem though. Be sure to go early before the g...  more »
  • It's a fun experience to be at Husky Stadium for a football game. Getting there has become easier with the expansion of the light rail from downtown Seattle directly to the stadium. Of course, there a...  more »
  • Great place to watch the Huskies! But the food....... cold dogs and expensive! 3 normal size franks 2 waters and a coffee..... $30....could have bought two 12th Man Specials at Centurylink for $24 wit...  more »
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  • Might be a little biased, but the renovated Husky Stadium is really nice. The sight lines are good, there are many food choices, and bathroom waits are never too bad. The addition of the "Off Leash" beer garden seems to be a crowd pleaser. Getting there is pretty easy with the new light rail stop literally in front of the stadium. There are also bus shuttles, parking lots, and of course boats! Getting out always takes a while, especially during conference games when it is closer to capacity. The views from the upper levels are impressive. Over the last decade I've sat through some crap games and just enjoyed the ambiance (and a flask of whiskey).
  • Great atmosphere, great product on the field. Every single defensive home play the crowd was louder than at any point during the Buccaneers Broncos game in Tampa that same weekend. The greatest setting in college football. The removal of the track and lowering of the field has made things much easier to see as well. 44 to 6. Take it to the Ducks!
  • Absolutely beautiful stadium. And now with the Light Rail it is very easy to get to! I will say that it gets very crowded - so prepare for that! Great food in the stadium and an excellent view of Lake Washington.
  • The greatest setting in college football. After the renovation the stadium is even better. Parking is a nightmare but with so many transit options, there is no need to drive to the stadium. I highly recommend the light rail.
  • Nice stadium. Comfy seats with good views. Attendants were friendly and helpful. Food was too expensive and selection small. We would like to see other coffee or at least creamer and other condiments. It would be nice for more variety in fluids as well.