Home of the University of Washington football team, Husky Stadium was built in 1920 and seats 72,500 fans. This venue is often referred to as one of the loudest stadiums in college football because of its unique design. A recent renovation has updated the stadium to include a host of modern amenities. College football games are played here from September to December each year.
Pride of Seattle's Pioneer Square, CenturyLink Field dominates its urban surroundings thanks to its sheer stature. Quite comfortably one of the largest stadiums in the city, the CenturyLink Field can accommodate numerous spectators at once. Built in the year 2002, it was originally known as the Seahawks Stadium. Mainly built for American Football however the field also manages to host soccer games due to its superior dimensions. The arena is home ground to the Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Sounder FC.
Located just south of Pioneer Square, this state-of-the-art sports facility is home to the Seattle Mariners Baseball Club. Costing a fortune to build, T-Mobile Park is designed to resemble the ballparks of yesteryear. It has brick facades and real grass, but is also equipped with modern amenities, including luxury suites, restaurants, bars, and a retractable roof for rainy days. The stadium seats over 46,000 fans. Public and private tours are also available.