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Aug 10

Sat . 07:05 PM

Preseason: Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Chargers

SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

Aug 17

Sat . 07:00 PM

Preseason: Seattle Seahawks at Tennessee Titans

Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN

Aug 24

Sat . 10:00 PM

Preseason: Cleveland Browns at Seattle Seahawks

Lumen Field, Seattle, WA

Sep 08

Sun . 04:05 PM

Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks

Lumen Field, Seattle, WA

Sep 15

Sun . 01:00 PM

Seattle Seahawks at New England Patriots

Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

Sep 22

Sun . 04:05 PM

Miami Dolphins at Seattle Seahawks

Lumen Field, Seattle, WA

Sep 30

Mon . 08:15 PM

Seattle Seahawks at Detroit Lions

Ford Field, Detroit, MI

Oct 06

Sun . 04:25 PM

New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks

Lumen Field, Seattle, WA

Oct 10

Thu . 08:15 PM

San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks

Lumen Field, Seattle, WA

Oct 20

Sun . 01:00 PM

Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons

Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
If there's a feeling that defines Seattle, it's that spine-tingling rush of watching the Seahawks make another heart-stopping play. Picture this: the roar of the crowd, the surge of adrenaline, and the mighty echo of the fans chanting "SEA-HAWKS". Let's take a fascinating dive into the world of the Seattle Seahawks.

The Seattle Seahawks joined the NFL in 1976, making their home in the Pacific Northwest. Notably, the Seahawks are the only team in the NFL that's played in both the AFC and NFC Championship games. The team shifted from the AFC to the NFC during the league's realignment in 2002 and has made a significant impact in both conferences.

The Seahawks claimed their first Super Bowl Victory in 2014, with their crushing 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. The Seahawks' "Legion of Boom" defense, featuring players like Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, and Kam Chancellor, was instrumental in that victory, creating a benchmark for future defensive units across the league.

One of the Seahawks' defining features is their dedicated fanbase, the "12s". The 12s are known for their passion and intensity, creating such a racket in the home stadium that they've caused opposing teams to rack up false start penalties. The "12th Man" tradition is so strong that the number 12 jersey was officially retired in 1984, and each home game kicks off with the raising of a "12" flag.

CenturyLink Field (known as Lumen Field as of 2020), the home of the Seahawks, adds to the legend. Designed to Amplify crowd noise, the stadium's deafening decibels have registered as minor tremors by local seismographs, leading to the nickname "Beast Quake". You haven't fully experienced a Seahawks game until you've felt the stadium literally shake beneath your feet.

Now, let's talk about tickets and the best seats in the house. For those looking to experience the game up close and personal, the Charter Seats, particularly sections 108-112 and 132-136, offer fantastic views of the field, albeit at a higher price point. On the other hand, for a budget-friendly experience with a full view of the field, consider sections 300-304 and 329-333. Ticket prices typically range from around $75 for the upper-level seats to $350 and above for lower-level sideline seats.

Beyond the field, the Seahawks have some notable rivalries that add spice to their season. The San Francisco 49ers rivalry is steeped in divisional competition and memorable games, including the 2014 NFC Championship Game. The Green Bay Packers have also had their share of contentious bouts with the Seahawks, the "Fail Mary" game of 2012 being one such unforgettable encounter. Lastly, the rivalry with the New England Patriots escalated following the dramatic face-off in Super Bowl XLIX.

When you're cheering on the Seahawks, you're not just watching a football game—you're participating in a city-wide spectacle. It's about the shiver of anticipation when Russell Wilson lines up behind the center, the thrill of a Tyler Lockett touchdown, and the collective roar of tens of thousands of voices unified by the love of their team.

Experiencing a Seattle Seahawks game isn't just about the football; it's about joining the passionate legion of fans, feeling the beat of the "Beast Quake", and becoming part of the thrilling, heart-stopping spectacle that is Seahawks football. So, whether you're a lifetime member of the 12s or a first-time visitor, get your hands on some tickets and join the party. It's game time in Seattle.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Where is Lumen Field located?
Lumen Field is located in Seattle, Washington, specifically in the SoDo neighborhood.
What is the seating capacity at Lumen Field?
Lumen Field can seat approximately 69,000 for NFL games, but it can be expanded to hold 72,000 for special events.
What amenities does Lumen Field offer?
Lumen Field features a range of amenities, from local food and beverage options to free Wi-Fi throughout the stadium. There's also a Pro Shop for all your Seahawks merchandise needs.
Is there public transportation available to Lumen Field?
Yes, Lumen Field is accessible via public transit. Seattle's Link Light Rail has a stop right near the stadium, and several local bus routes serve the area.
Is there parking at Lumen Field?
Yes, there are several parking lots and garages near the stadium. However, spaces can be limited on game days, so it's recommended to book your spot in advance or consider public transit.

Interesting Information about Seattle Seahawks

  • Dual Conference Team: The Seahawks have the unique distinction of being the only team to have played in both the AFC and NFC Championship Games. They joined the NFL in 1976 as an NFC team, switched to the AFC the next year, and then returned to the NFC in 2002 during the league's realignment.
  • The 12s and the 12th Man: The Seahawks have one of the most fervent fanbases in the NFL, known as the "12s". They have such an impact that the Seahawks retired the number 12 jersey in 1984 in their honor. Before every home game, a local celebrity or a former Seahawk raises the 12th Man flag.
  • The Legion of Boom: The Seahawks' defense from 2011 to 2015, known as the "Legion of Boom," is one of the most famed in NFL history. Comprising Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, and others, this unit was renowned for its physical playstyle and was instrumental in the Seahawks' Super Bowl XLVIII victory.
  • Skittles and Beast Mode: Former Seahawk running back Marshawn Lynch's love for Skittles became a fun part of Seahawks lore. The fans would throw Skittles on the field whenever "Beast Mode" scored a touchdown.
  • Real Seismic Activity: The energy of Seahawks fans during home games has twice been enough to generate detectable seismic activity - once in 2011, and again during the 2014 playoffs. These instances have been affectionately dubbed "Beast Quakes."