CenturyLink Field, Seattle

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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. Arrange your visit to CenturyLink Field and discover more family-friendly attractions in Seattle using our Seattle online tour planner .
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  • Great place to watch a football game, every seat in the stadium looked like a good seat. Great field view and would go again to see a football game.  more »
  • This was my third Seahawks game and the amazing 12 are always a treat. Although the outcome of the game was not what we hoped for, we always have a wonderful time.  more »
  • Joined the early Friday morning tour. As a sports fan it was a good experience. Enjoyed seeing the stadium from a few viewpoints. Sadly unable to see the home dressing room. Good way to spend an hour ...  more »
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  • The experience here is one of a kind! We always go hoarse cheering for the Seahawks. The place can be quite loud especially after a great play, like a turnover! Have never needed ear plugs, but a lot of people do wear them. We usually sit in the 300 level and haven't had a bad seat, yet. I would recommend sitting in the middle of a row vice along the aisle; people walking up and down can block your view. My wife and I enjoy having some fish and chips or clam strips from Ivar's at stadium. Awesome! All of the staff is friendly and helpful! The views of Puget Sound, downtown Seattle, and the Olympic Mountains are impressive on a nice day, too. Don't miss them!
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  • I had a blast! All of the employees and fans were awesome. One fan. Let me have his seat for a few minutes so I could take pics of my daughter with the national guard displaying the american flag. Thank you Glen!!!
  • This place is incredible. While I'm a born-and-bred Patriots fan, I enjoy watching games at all the NFL stadiums and this this was one I hadn't been to yet. I would say it is easily in the top 3 best I've seen a game at now. The fans, though biased, are so loud and love the Seahawks so much. The energy is hard to resist. The stadium itself is well-designed and you can see the field well from any of the sideline seats--even if you're way at the top. Complimentary earplugs are provided and I would recommend getting a pair from guest services on your way to your seat.
  • Massive. Amazing. Loud. It doesn't matter if you are here for a Hawks game, concert, or other gathering this venus is awesome. Although seeing any detail on the field from the top is impossible, the view of the stadium from the top is amazing. Add to this that you are walking distance to the entire Seattle downtown area and you cam enjoy Seattle before of after your event.

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