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Seattle Sounders FC

CenturyLink Field

Capacity: 68,740 (all seated)
Address: CenturyLink Field, 800 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Telephone: 206-381-7848
Ticket Office: 206-381-7848
StadiumTours: 206-381-7848
Pitch Size: 106.07m x 68.58m
Pitch Type: FieldTurf Revolution 360
Club Nickname: The Sounders
Year Ground Opened: 2002
Undersoil Heating: No
Shirt Sponsors: Zulily
Kit Manufacturer:Adidas
Home Kit: Rave Green and Blue
Away Kit: Black and Pink


Any supporter who visits the CenturyLink Field will be treated to a great experience. Most of the seating at this ground is covered. The intention is to protect the spectators while still preserving the atmosphere within the stadium. CenturyLink Field excels in this regard and its modern nature is also apparent from the facilities on offer. There are many drinking fountains laid out through the stadium. There are also a couple of video boards that provide better understanding of games that take place on the artificial turf. The video boards are of high resolution and there are two in number.

How to get there by car & Where to park?

It is quite easy to reach CenturyLink Field via a car. The ground is located in downtown Seattle at the southern edge. Most of the downtown locations in Seattle will be within walking distance. If visitors decide to get there by car, the junction of I-90 and I-5 will be the key. Since the ground has more than 8000 parking spots, visitors are likely to be spoiled for choice. Each parking space could cost around $20 and they can be pre-purchased online. The season-ticket holders can also go with pre-purchased parking passes at the time of picking up these tickets. Since the ground is well connected by road, visitors should have no trouble in getting to the ground using the satnav address:

Address: 800 Occidental Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98134

By train or metro

The options to get to the stadium via public transport can be limited. The Sounder train that goes to the King Street Station will be the key option, as it would place visitors within just a short distance away from the stadium. The train option is particularly useful during the weekend day games. The ST Express bus service and Link light rail are also options for visitors. The quickest way to reach the stadium is to use the Amtrak, which has a station just outside the ground. It is advisable to book tickets for the trains in advance, as they fill up quickly during game days.

The tickets to watch Seattle Sounders play at the CenturyLink Field can be purchased at the stadium or at the official site. The immense popularity of the club in this part of the United States makes it quite hard to get tickets for popular matches against the likes of Portland Timbers and Vancouver Whitecaps. The season-ticket holders get preference but tickets for other games would typically range from $25-$60 depending on the seating position. A place behind the goal will usually cost about $30 while a place on the long side will set fans back by $60.

Seattle Magazine

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Vancouver Whitecaps and Portland Timbers

There are special features at the CenturyLink Field to aid disabled spectators. These features include special entrances, ramps, restrooms, first aid stations, and more. For a disabled fan who wants to get dropped off at the stadium, there are special terminals that are conducive for this purpose. Furthermore, a disabled fan can use the special elevators that are located in the south-west, Northwest, and north-east corners. A special wheelchair dispatch service is available for fans who need accessibility assistance. In this case, a staff member will provide special assistance and attention at the entrance/gate to escort the fan to their seat.

Record Attendance

Seattle Sounders v Toronto FC in 2019: 69,274

Average Attendance

2019-2020: Major League Soccer (12,201)

2018-2019: Major League Soccer (40,247)

2017-2018: Major League Soccer (40,641)

Updated 22nd October 2021