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Family Football Fest

Girl in Earl Thomas Jersey copies a Sea Gals cheerleading motion during Family Football Fest

Join us as Seahawks fans take over CenturyLink Field! This family focused event gives fans inside access to otherwise off-limits areas of the stadium. Like the locker room and Toyota Fan Deck. Special appearances by current and former Seahawks players, mascots Blitz, Boom and Taima, Sea Gals and Blue Thunder!


Child plays with drums at CenturyLink Field during Family Football Fest

Event Information

Date: Sunday, July 9, 2017

Time: 2:00 p.m. PT – 5:00 p.m. PT

Location: CenturyLink Field - 800 Occidental Avenue South; Seattle, WA 98134

Price: $25.00 - Children 4 and under are free.

Parking: The North Lot and CenturyLink Field Event Center garage are available for a fee. Unfortunately, no discounts are availble.


One young fan watches the Sea Gals perform at Family Football Fest at CenturyLink Field

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What time should we arrive?

A: No need to arrive early as we will not open gates until the posted event time.

Q: Do I need to buy a ticket if I do not plan on participating in activities?

A: Yes. Tickets are required for entry, regardless of participation in activities.

Q: Will there be a place to check my bag or store items?

A: We will not have a place to store valuables. There will be stroller parking along the field tunnel but it is open to the public.

Q: Where can we park?

A: We recommend parking in CenturyLink Field’s North Lot, located at Occidental Ave. & King St. or the Event Center garage located off Occidental Ave. & Royal Brougham. There is a Mariner’s game during the same time as this event, which might impact parking availability in both areas.

Q: What is the fee to park?

A: Unfortunately, discounted rates are not available. With the Mariner’s game occurring around the same time as this event, guests can expect to pay around $15 for the North Lot and $15 or more in the Event Center Garage.

Q: Will the concession stands be open?

A: Yes, the event will have concession stands available in the West Plaza and concession stands in the North Plaza for guests to purchase food & beverage.

Q: Can we eat food & beverages on the field?

A: No. Food & beverages (other than water) are not permitted on the field. However, a designated section of stadium seats will be available to event guests and concession items may be consumed in this area.

Q: Can I bring a stroller on the field?

A: Strollers with air inflated wheels are permitted on the field. Otherwise, we provide an area to park your stroller near the field entrance while you participate in field activities. 

Q: What type of clothing and footwear should we wear?

A: CenturyLink Field is an open-air stadium. Please dress according to the weather. Guests should expect to run, jump and move! Athletic attire (including shoes) is encouraged. Participation in activities required closed toe shoes.

Stiletto heels or pointed/spiky shoes are not permitted on the field. (Including cleats.) Please do not wear cleats or any football equipment.

Q: What happens in the event of an injury?

A: Every effort is made to ensure that injuries do not occur. Program participants are required to follow the procedures for conditioning, warm up, stretching, and cool downs, and to exercise caution when using any athletic equipment. We do have medical staff on hand at the event, in the event that an injury occurs.

Q: Can I drop my kids off and pick them up after the event?

A: All guests 18 years and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Q: If I cannot attend the event, would I be able to give me tickets to my friends or family?

A: Yes, the liability release from your ticket transfers to the person using each ticket.

Q: Can I purchase tickets at CenturyLink Field day of or leading up to the event?

A: No. Tickets are only available in advance through our website. A link to registration will be available in June. 

Q: Will we know what players will be attending before the event?

A: Due to player’s schedules, it is uncertain which players will make an appearance. 


DIRECTIONS TO CENTURYLINK FIELD EVENT CENTER PARKING GARAGE

Address for GPS/Navigation Apps: 330 S. Royal Brougham Way, Seattle.

From I-5 Northbound, take the Edgar Martinez Drive exit and turn right onto Edgar Martinez Dr. At the first stoplight, turn right onto 1st Ave South (also labeled as Dave Niehaus Way) then make the first right onto Royal Brougham Way. Stay in the left lane and go straight UP THE RAMP on Royal Brougham. Garage entrance is on the left.

From I-5 Southbound, take the 4th Ave S exit and turn right on 4th Ave South. Turn right onto S. Royal Brougham Way. The road will curve to the left and you’ll come to a stop sign.  Turn left at the stop sign and continue up the curled ramp.  Garage entrance is on the right.

From I-90 Westbound, take the 4th Ave S exit and turn right on 4th Ave South. Turn right onto S. Royal Brougham Way. The road will curve to the left and you’ll come to a stop sign.  Turn left at the stop sign and continue up the curled ramp.  Garage entrance is on the right.

From Hwy 99/Aurora Avenue southbound, take S. Atlantic Street exit and follow it to the light at 1st Ave. South. Turn left onto 1st Ave. S. Turn right onto S. Royal Brougham Way. Continue straight UP THE RAMP on S. Royal Brougham Way. Garage entrance is on the left.