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Football fans knows that Seattle is home to one of the loudest stadiums in the game in CenturyLink Field. Specifically constructed to reverberate sound back down into the building, this Pacific Northwest venue is home to the Seattle Seahawks. While the home team’s offense calls their plays and makes their adjustments at the line easily with the help of a quiet crowd, the opposition faces a deafening cacophony of sound sure to cause confusion and miscommunication. Essentially, the crowd causes such problems that they are thought of as another player, leading to their nickname, the “12th Man”.
CenturyLink Field also offers some of the most breathtaking sight lines from their very accommodating Seahawks suites. Enjoying a game from the comfort and luxury of a Seahawks suite is sure to make your corporate get-together a great success.
This NFL franchise joined the league as an expansion team in 1976. Having persevered through some lean years, the Seahawks have grown into a formidable foe in the NFC West. When he purchased the team in 1996, Paul Allen sought to build a winning club and that is just what he did, culminating with a Super Bowl title in 2013. Click here for more information about the Seattle Seahawks history.
After back to back Super Bowl appearances in 2013 and 2014, the Seahawks rode into the playoffs in 2015 and 2016 only to be bounced in the divisional round of the playoffs, cutting short their dream of a second Super Bowl title. The 2017 campaign resulted in another step backwards, with the team going 9-7 and missing the playoffs altogether.
Not one to let the disappointment become overwhelming, Head Coach Pete Carroll’s message is always to roll with the changes and adapt. No task seems too big when you have an elite Quarterback in Russell Wilson taking the snaps under center. Possessing the invaluable quality of making those around him better, Wilson takes the field alongside teammates Jimmy Graham, Doug Baldwin, Bobby Wagner, Earl Thomas, and Kam Chancellor. Cornerback Richard Sherman was lost to a ruptured Achilles tendon early last season and has been released by the team. His immediate signing in San Francisco ushers in the chapter of this great NFC West rivalry. Michael Bennett, meanwhile, has moved east to play for the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles. The Seahawks are looking to reclaim the NFC West title and assert their dominance over the league but will face stiff competition in their division, making for some great football.
Legendary players for the Seattle Seahawks include Steve Largent, Marshawn Lynch, Russell Wilson, Earl Thomas, Richard Sherman, and Walter Jones. See all of the action from the Seattle Seahawks suites. Call us at 610-828-7407 to book your event now.