Seattle Seahawks Ticket Information
Seattle Seahawks ticket demand has increased dramatically over the last few years. This is in largely because of the success they have been having. After reaching the super bowl twice this decade, winning in 2014 and losing in 2015, the great seattle fans have fallen in love with their team once again.
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Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field
Address: 800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134
Opened: July 28, 2002
Seattle Seahawk Season Information
The Seattle Seahawks have been top contenders in the NFL over the past four seasons, making it to the divisional round of the playoffs every season, including winning the Lombardi trophy once, and coming within one pass of repeating as Super Bowl champions the following year. Seattle Seahawks fans expect them to contend once again this season, even after Arizona had the best record in their division last year. Loaded with talent on offense and defense, the Seahawks will be confident that they can push the Cardinals harder in 2016 and reclaim their throne at the top of the division.
Seattle Seahawks History
The Seattle Seahawks entered the NFL in 1976. Since that time, they have made 15 playoff appearances, 9 division championships, 3 conference championship, and 1 Super Bowl championship. In 1996, Behring and Hoffman transferred the team's operations to Anaheim, California, a widely criticized move, although the team continued to play in Seattle. The team almost relocated, and was in bankruptcy for a short period. They sold the team to Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 1997, for $200 million, and in 1999 Mike Holmgren was hired as head coach. He would coach for 10 seasons. The Seahawks won their second division title, as well as a wild card berth in the playoffs.