CenturyLink Field

CenturyLink Field (formerly known as Qwest Field) is a stadium built for football and soccer located in Seattle, Washington. It serves as the home field for the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and men’s and women’s Seattle Sounders soccer teams. The stadium opened in July 2002 and was built on the site of the Kingdome, the previous stadium for the Seahawks, Major League Baseball’s Seattle Mariners, and several other Seattle sports teams. On March 26, 2000, to make way for the construction of the stadium, the Kingdome fell in the world’s largest implosion of a single concrete structure.

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CenturyLink Field Parking, Seattle Seahawks Parking Information and Tips

CenturyLink Field & Event Center is ideally situated at the junction of I-5 and I-90, with parking for 3,100 automobiles onsite, 8,400 in surrounding lots, and 15,000 in lots downtown. Parking may be limited or restricted on game days, particularly in the International District and Pioneer Square where many lots are reserved for regular customers. There are three parking lots managed by Qwest Field: the North Lot, Qwest Event Center Garage, and Union Station Garage. The entrances to these three garages are as follows: Qwest Event Center Parking Garage: Royal Brougham Way South, across from Safeco Field; North Lot: 2nd Ave. South and South King Street; Union Station: 4th Ave. South across from the Weller Street Pedestrian Bridge Parking costs range between $5 - $25, depending on the event. For further information or to order season parking passes for Seahawks games, please call the Seahawks ticket office at 1-888-NFL-HAWK (1-888-635-4295) or visit www.centerfieldparking.com.

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