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Husky Stadium, Seattle

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  • I feel a bit unfamiliar to South Koreans, but was often mistaken for a local place than I thought, it's not fun to see rule ohm
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  • I have been enjoying football at Husky Stadium since 1965, off and on. It is a beautiful setting, and we do love our dawgs. Since the remodel and the television takeover of Pac-12 football and the hel...  more »
  • Liked this stadium. Very nice except for the rain and cold ( guess that is what happens in Nov.). Go early if you can , there were long lines getting off the link and longer lines getting back on. You...  more »
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  • Husky stadium has undergone quite the renovation over the past decade. The addition of a plethora of seats hat take you closer to the turf definitely adds to the experience. On a nice day, if you’re up high and on the north side, you can see Lake Washington and it’s pretty spectacular! The atmosphere is always solid and people being from the left coast are predominantly chill. There’s always the one drunk tool sitting in the section, but they’re pretty few and far between. As others have noted, it’s unfortunately the same economists running this stadium as every other one it seems. In this land of captive and often inebriated audiences, it’s for some reason appropriate to change $10 for a hot dog and $8 for 50 cents worth of pop as long as it comes in a “collector” cup. Those refills will be $8 as well...but don’t you dare not recycle it! All kidding aside, the concessions here are ridiculously expensive and make it hard for anyone who’s not a big donor. If you have the chance, check the place out. Beautiful setting and the same overpriced fair food you’ve come to expect from every stadium.
  • The greatest setting in college football... Great sounds, great atmosphere, great crowds, efficient management, never had long lines ( even at peak times for major football games)... Decent stadium food... Also there have a really nice husky team shop inside... Great football stadium... Go Huskies!
  • Went to my first NCAA football game and had a great time. Great place to go for a family. Stadium staff were friendly and helpful. Sat in section 103 and everyone was very friendly and respectful, even with the UCLA fans. Big lineups after the game at the university link station but it went fast. Concessions are pretty expensive, so eat before you go. Go DAWGS!
  • Always a delight! Be prepared to only bring in clear bags to pass security check. Backpacks and large opaque bags (i.e. purses) will keep a person from entry. It's all for good safety precaution. Be smart. Be safe. It's a blast!
  • Love the husky atmosphere...but...the stadium has the same overpriced concessions that basically prohibit any middle class family from really enjoying themselves. The seats in the upper region are built very steep and give only moderate views. The views are pretty much all unobstructed, but the seats are all aluminum and get pretty cold - especially here in the northwest in the fall/winter. I realize this is an old stadium, so I just deal with it and enjoy the games. I hope you can too.

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