My family and I went to a Seattle sounders game. This was our first experience at a professional sporting event. We had a great experience. The stadium was clean and lots of security around.
The Sounders game was so much fun, blew away my expectations. I loved listening to the supporters sections that kept going all game long. The event staff did a great job converting the venue from football to soccer. The stadium is really great. We had an amazing time.
I live in Indianapolis and have taken the tour of Lucas Oil Stadium. This tour was equally extensive, and we had a very enthusiastic, funny guide. If you didn't like the Seahawks before the tour, she would convince you otherwise by the end. Now their games on tv will have new meaning for me and my family.
Too bad Chicago didn't rebuild like Seattle rebuilt their staduim! Easy access by foot, light rail & buses. I mean, incredibly easy to walk to from the downtown area. Plentiful food and beverage vendors. Great seating & excellent sound and video output. We've been in town for 2 Sounders games (Soccer) and both times we had a ball. They also... 更多
Terrible experience, very pregnant and shoved by a drunk fan behind us. No one willing to help since we had the "wrong shirt" one. Food pricey, hard to get to.
I only took a tour of the stadium, I'm sure game day is different. I didn't see many parking lots for pregame tailgating. The interior was ordinary aside from the suites (which I'll never afford to sit in). It was cool to walk on the edge of the field to feel the artificial turf under my feet.
I was able to score tickets to the Seahawks play off game against the Panthers. Our seats were in the Hawk's Nest which was the ideal location. We had a great view and all of the fans were so energetic and friendly...even if you are not a Seahawks fan. We keep it classy in Seattle.
Mostly I have been to the "Clink" for Sounders matches, and it is an experience not to be missed! I take public transit or ride the bus, so don't know much about parking. Unless you need to park close, I would walk or take transit. The "march to the match" is great, there are many pubs and cafes where the... 更多
We have toured a number of football stadiums and this was certainly worthwhile. The guide was knowledgeable as well as humorous, loud enough and accommodating to some special needs. We were a bit surprised about some of the "features" of the stadium, but it made for some good team comparisons. We ARE NOT Seahawks fans, but it was still worth... 更多
If you are going for a Seahawks game, don't forget your earplugs. The fans are great, but the stadium is loud! The best vides are from the south end of the stadium so you can see the city, but midfield/high gives the best field view location!
My husband and I are die hard Hawks fans. We find ourselves at the stadium a few times in a football season. We love going here, love the atmosphere, there is a great view no matter where your seat is. Lots of staff always willing to help no matter what the issue is. Bathrooms are always clean, there is a... 更多
This is the best stadium in the country to see a football game. Loud but not raunchy, the Seattle fans love their team and their town and they aim to let the opposing team know it. Talk about the Sonic boom! It just doesn't get any better.
Took my 8 year old son on a tour and was glad I did! We are huge Hawks fans so it was awesome!!! The tour was well worth the money. It's not expensive by any means. $18 for the two of us. The tour was top to bottom and showed so many interesting places inside the stadium. I loved it!... 更多