- Address: 800 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 68,000
- Opened: 28 July 2002
- Main use: American football, football
- Tenants: Reign (football), Seattle Seahawks (American football), Seattle Sounders (football)
Extra stadium info – Lumen Field
The stadium was known as the Seahawks Stadium, the Qwest Field and the CenturyLink Field. It has twice held the Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar at an outdoor stadium. The stadium’s first-ever capacity crowd for a football match showed up in 2003. 66,000 spectators attended a match between Manchester United and Celtic, the first clubs from the United Kingdom with a European football championship title. Manchester United won the game. Rutgerus van Nistelrooij, Ryan Giggs, Ole Gunnar Solskjær and David Bellion scored the goals for Manchester United.
The Seattle Seahawks
The Lumen Field is the home of the National Football League side Seattle Seahawks. In 2002, the Seattle Seahawks drew an average attendance of 61,000 in eight home games in their first NFL season at the venue. They finished third place in the National Football Conference Western Division in 2002. The Seahawks won seven of the 16 National Football League games in 2002.
The Seattle Sounders
Major League Soccer side Seattle Sounders also play their home games at the Lumen Field. They won their first-ever MLS Cup in 2016 after beating Toronto FC from Canada. The Sounders drew an average attendance of 42,000 in 17 home games during that MLS season. They finished fourth place in the Western Conference in 2016. The Seattle Sounders finished below FC Dallas, the Colorado Rapids and the LA Galaxy. They gathered 48 points in 34 matches. 14 of those 34 MLS games ended in a victory for the Sounders. 14 games ended in a draw and six games ended in a loss.
The CONCACAF Champions League
The Seattle Sounders won their first-ever continental championship title in 2022. They won the CONCACAF Champions League, the North American championship for football clubs, after beating Club Universidad Nacional in a two-legged final. The first leg, which took place in the United Mexican States in front of 42,000 fans, ended in a 2-2 draw. The Sounders won the second leg, which took place in Seattle, 3-0 in front of a crowd of 68,000.