CenturyLink Field

CenturyLink Field

800 Occidental Ave S,
Seattle, WA

Upcoming Events

Feb 23
4 locations
Club America at Seattle Sounders
Parking starting at $8
Mar 6
5 locations
Mar 12
3 locations
Bacon Eggs and Kegs
Parking starting at $8
Mar 19 - Sep 17
Vancouver WhiteCaps at Seattle Sounders FC
2 dates
Apr 2
4 locations
Apr 16
4 locations
Apr 30
4 locations
May 7
4 locations
May 18
4 locations
Beyonce
Parking starting at $22
May 21
4 locations
Jun 4
4 locations
TBD vs TBD - Group Stage
Parking starting at $8
Jun 14
4 locations
Argentina vs TBD - Group Stage
Parking starting at $22
Jun 16
4 locations
TBD vs TBD - Quarterfinals
Parking starting at $22
Jun 25
4 locations
Jul 9 - 31
LA Galaxy at Seattle Sounders FC
2 dates
Jul 13
4 locations
FC Dallas at Seattle Sounders FC
Parking starting at $8
Aug 14 - Oct 23
Real Salt Lake at Seattle Sounders FC
2 dates
Aug 21
4 locations
Sep 28
4 locations
Chicago Fire at Seattle Sounders FC
Parking starting at $8
Oct 12
4 locations
Houston Dynamo at Seattle Sounders FC
Parking starting at $8

 

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About CenturyLink Field

Fans around the country itching for a real game-day atmosphere envy how the fans have it made in Seattle. CenturyLink Field has been specially designed to amplify the already-rowdy Seattle fan base that swarms the stands in the fall for Seahawks games. Once fans have secured their CenturyLink Field parking, it’s into the stadium to lose their voice. More

Volume at Seahawks games has become deafening to the point that teams accuse Qwest Field of pumping in artificial noise through loudspeakers.

The booming crowd noise at CenturyLink is part of arguably the NFL’s greatest home-field advantage. Shortly after the the team, its raucous fans and Seahawks parking moved from the Kingdome to CenturyLink, Seahawks CEO Tod Leiweke raised a blue flag beyond an end zone with the number “12,” a tribute to the team’s fans, or the 12th man on the field. Seahawks fans take unprecedented pride in causing false starts on the offense; five-yard penalties and real drive disrupters for the offense.

The fan volume will be the takeaway for any first-timer, but other features help make this place one of the best game-day experiences out there. A city notorious for rain has seat-specific roofs covering the stands, but not the field, to keep fans dry but retain the outdoor feel. The open end of the stadium faces directly downtown, so if you’re in the right seat, you’ll have a spectacular view of the Emerald City skyline.

Seahawks parking isn’t the only thing Seattle fans look for as they head over for a game. The Sounders also call CenturyLink Stadium their own, and the fans have made the Sounders the most popular MLS team in the country by an incredible margin. In 2013 the Sounders pulled in over 40,000 fans per game, nearly 19,000 more than the second-place Los Angeles Galaxy. This makes Sounders parking a hassle as well. For that, and Seahawks parking, fans can book in advance on ParkWhiz. This way there’s no need to worry about where to park, and all energy can be driven toward screaming violently for your team.

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