The Seattle Seahawks play at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks home stadium is one of the loudest places in the country to watch live National Football League action. View the Seattle Seahawks seating chart for a brief overview of the different areas of the stadium. Additional detail about CenturyLink Field is freely available throughout SeattleSeahawksSeatingChart.com.
The Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field is split into many seating areas on four independent levels of the building: Seahawks Charter Seats, Seahawks Brotherton Reserve Club, Seahawks Delta Sky360 Club, Seahawks Loge Charter Seats, Seahawks Lower Sideline, Seahawks Lower Corner, Seahawks Lower End Zone, Seahawks Middle Level Seats, Seahawks Loge Sideline, Seahawks Loge Corner, Seahawks Hawks Nest, Seahawks Upper Sideline, Seahawks Upper Corner, Seahawks Upper End Zone, and Seahawks Standing Room Only. The best seats at CenturyLink Field are not necessarily the most expensive. Individual fan preference regarding distance to the field, noise level, protection from the elements, and price determine the ideal location for viewing a Seahawks game. Given the large disparity in price between the most expensive club seats and the cheapest standing room tickets, it is imperative to learn as much as possible about the seating areas at CLink before buying Seahawks tickets.
CenturyLink Field is the current name for the facility which originally opened as Seattle Seahawks Stadium in 2002. Qwest Communications Company held the naming rights for the field from 2004 to 2011. CenturyLink then acquired Qwest and the naming rights to the field in 2011. The stadium complex is managed by the Washington State Public Stadium Authority on behalf of the taxpayers of the State of Washington. While CenturyLink Field is primarily the home for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League, it is also the home stadium for the Seattle Sounders of Major League Soccer and served as the temporary home of the Washington Huskies of NCAA Football during the construction of Husky Stadium.
The total seating capacity of CenturyLink Field is generally 67,000 for NFL games. For games deemed special events the actual number of fans allowed into the venue approaches 72,000 as the team uses standing room only sections to squeeze additional bodies into the stadium. Soccer maximum capacity is listed at a far smaller 38,500 although the upper levels of the stadium could be used for major soccer events such as international friendly matches. For more information on the seats available at the field, see the CenturyLink Field seating chart.
CenturyLink Field: Home of the Seattle Seahawks
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