About the Seats
I just attended my first (and last!) game at Centurylink Field against the Rams. I should preface this by saying that I am disabled and while I expected a ton of stairs, I also expected to be able to hold onto the handrail and take my time going down. NOT SO. I was pushed from behind by someone that was in too much of a hurry to get their beer and am now sporting a knee 3x its normal size. I was also hit in the head by unknown objects several times and at one point told to Shut up while screaming at the top of my lungs during a Rams 3rd down (as the rest of the stadium was doing!)
The view from my seat was amazing and I could hear the soundsystem, blue thunder (the seahawks band) and pa announcer loud and clear, however, my experience with the rude fans ruined an otherwise enjoyable experience. I'll be saving my money and watching the game on tv from now on. ...More
- partying and socializing
- you want to watch the game
- you're bringing the family
- you consider yourself "Big" and "Tall"
- you're cheering for the away team
Related Seat Ratings and Reviews
- Great Video Game style of watching the games
Some of the cheapest seats in the venue, but a great Video Game style of watching the games - You see plays and hopes open up AS THEY happen. I have sat as close as the 8th row on the sidelines and I would not trade my seats for anything.
- We love our seats!
My favorite part is watching my Hawks run out of the tunnel. Our section gets so rowdy and I we love it. Easy bathroom and food access make these excellent!
- Section 149 Row K (Handicapped section?)
This is a single row of seats between the lower and upper level in the Hawks nest. The seats have backs, but you have to climb over them to enter and exit which is a pain. One dumb girl had worn a skirt - which was a problem, although not for the guy next to me!
The Sheriffs all hang out on this level, so no worries about security and you can stand because no one is behind you, and your right on the rail so no obstructions of any kind! ...More