NFL: 69,000 expandable to 72,000 (for special events); MLS: 39,419 expandable to 69,000 (for special events)
It has held the Guinness World Record twice for the loudest crowd roar at an outdoor stadium (in 2013 and 2014).
The Stadium was named Seahawks Stadium which later became Qwest Field in 2004 and finally CenturyLink Field after the buyout of Qwest by CenturyLink in 2011.
Located in Seattle, Washington, United States, CenturyLink Field is a multi-purpose stadium with views of the Downtown Seattle skyline and modern facilities. It is the home ground of two teams- Seattle Sounders F.C. of Major League Soccer (MLS) and Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL).The stadium complex includes the Event Center with the WaMu Theater, a public plaza and a parking garage. The stadium is easily accessible by multiple freeways and forms of mass transportation.
The 86th football game between the Washington State Cougars and the Idaho Vandals that is also referred as the 86th "Battle of the Palouse" was played here in 2003.
It hosted the 2002 Seattle Bowl event.
Many major concerts took place at the CenturyLink Field including those of The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, U2, and Metallica.
On 4th September 2004, California's De La Salle High School and Washington's Bellevue High School played in front of a crowd of over 25,000 people at the field.
There is a large piece of art within CenturyLink Field called "The State of Football" as a tribute to high school football in the state of Washington.
On 4th July 2009, two matches of the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central and Caribbean Association Football) Gold Cup opening round were played at the stadium.
The Seattle Seahawks played their first season in the stadium in 2002.