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Directions

From Southbound I-5 and I-90 to the 4th Avenue South Exit:
For the North Lot: Turn left onto 4th Ave. Curve around to the left after 2 lights. Turn left onto Jackson Street. Turn left again on 2nd Ave. CenturyLink Field will appear in front.


For the Parking Garage: Turn right onto 4th Ave. Turn right again on Royal Brougham Way. Turn left on 3rd Ave. Follow the circular ramp to the 2nd floor entrance.


From Northbound I-5 to exit 164B - Edgar Martinez Drive:
For the North Lot: Turn right onto Edgar Martinez Drive. Turn right again at the bottom of the ramp onto 1st Ave South. Turn right a third time onto King Street. CenturyLink Field appears on the right.


For the Parking Garage: Turn right at the bottom of the ramp onto 1st Ave. Turn right again on Royal Brougham Way. Take the ramp to the 2nd floor entrance.


From Highway 99 to 1st Avenue:
For the North Lot: From 1st Ave, turn left onto Royal Brougham Way. Turn left again onto Occidental Avenue. Turn right onto King Street. CenturyLink Field appears on the right.


For the parking garage: Turn left on Royal Brougham Way. Take the ramp to the 2nd floor entrance.

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Parking

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Transportation

Sound Transit bus service transports guests throughout Pierce, King and Snohomish counties with service every half hour and stops close to CenturyLink Field. Find more info here. The Central Link serves from Tukwila to Downtown Seattle with 2 stations near CenturyLink Field. Sounder Trains operate from Tacoma and Everett for every Sunday game with service to King Street Station, less than a block away from the stadium. Find more info here.


 Metro Transit operates shuttle bus service from the Eastgate Park & Ride in Bellevue, South Kirkland, and Northgate. Service begins 2 hours before kickoff and ends 45 minutes before. Metro also offers 15 daily bus routes stopping within 3 blocks of CenturyLink Field. Weekend Metro Transit service is limited. Guests can plan by visiting the website.  

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Directions to CenturyLink Field

From Southbound I-5 and I-90 to the 4th Avenue South Exit:
For the North Lot: Turn left onto 4th Ave. Curve around to the left after 2 lights. Turn left onto Jackson Street. Turn left again on 2nd Ave. CenturyLink Field will appear in front.


For the Parking Garage: Turn right onto 4th Ave. Turn right again on Royal Brougham Way. Turn left on 3rd Ave. Follow the circular ramp to the 2nd floor entrance.


From Northbound I-5 to exit 164B - Edgar Martinez Drive:
For the North Lot: Turn right onto Edgar Martinez Drive. Turn right again at the bottom of the ramp onto 1st Ave South. Turn right a third time onto King Street. CenturyLink Field appears on the right.


For the Parking Garage: Turn right at the bottom of the ramp onto 1st Ave. Turn right again on Royal Brougham Way. Take the ramp to the 2nd floor entrance.


From Highway 99 to 1st Avenue:
For the North Lot: From 1st Ave, turn left onto Royal Brougham Way. Turn left again onto Occidental Avenue. Turn right onto King Street. CenturyLink Field appears on the right.


For the parking garage: Turn left on Royal Brougham Way. Take the ramp to the 2nd floor entrance.

Parking near CenturyLink Field
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Transportation to CenturyLink Field

Sound Transit bus service transports guests throughout Pierce, King and Snohomish counties with service every half hour and stops close to CenturyLink Field. Find more info here. The Central Link serves from Tukwila to Downtown Seattle with 2 stations near CenturyLink Field. Sounder Trains operate from Tacoma and Everett for every Sunday game with service to King Street Station, less than a block away from the stadium. Find more info here.


 Metro Transit operates shuttle bus service from the Eastgate Park & Ride in Bellevue, South Kirkland, and Northgate. Service begins 2 hours before kickoff and ends 45 minutes before. Metro also offers 15 daily bus routes stopping within 3 blocks of CenturyLink Field. Weekend Metro Transit service is limited. Guests can plan by visiting the website.  

CenturyLink Field

CenturyLink Field is one of the largest stadiums in Seattle, bringing sports fans from all around the city to the venue for some intense competition. The NFL's Seattle Seahawks call CenturyLink home, as do the MLS' Seattle Sounders. Even with a capacity of 67,000 at football games, Seattle Seahawks tickets sell out fast for home games at CenturyLink Field.

CenturyLink Field Seating Chart

Seattle's CenturyLink Field first opened in 2002 and was known as Qwest Field until 2011, when it changed to its current name. The Seahawks have played at CenturyLink since its opening, and the Sounders have called the stadium home since 2009, when the team became an MLS expansion team. Seattle Sounders FC tickets are extremely popular during soccer season, when the Sounders tear it up on the field.

CenturyLink Field Seat Map

CenturyLink Field tickets are hot items up for grabs no matter the season, as there is always intense action going down at the venue. The state-of-the-art stadium is best known for housing Sounders and Seahawks home games, but it also hosts huge concerts, college football games, public speaking engagements and more. Get tickets today to the upcoming happenings at CenturyLink Field!

CenturyLink Field Map

Two of Seattle's best sports teams, the NFL's Seahawks and the MLS' Sounders, bring fans by the thousands to CenturyLink Field for home games, and concert tickets are also big sellers at the stadium when sports is not in session. StubHub has tickets on sale now to the biggest events at CenturyLink, and tickets are sure to sell out fast for upcoming games and events!