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Gameday at CenturyLink Field

Getting to CenturyLink Field

Maps and transportation options for all types of travel to the game.

Plot a course from anywhere in the Puget Sound to CenturyLink Field

Arriving from:


This interactive map of the stadium district will help you find the nearest parking, bars, restaurants and more.

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Hit the ground running with this stadium map to locate the nearest points of entry and Box Office windows.

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Bus Service

Leave the driving to someone else with quick and easy service CenturyLink Field with service throughout the region.

Sound Transit Express

Sound Transit's ST Express buses provide fast service from Pierce, King and Snohomish counties directly to the SoDo and International Districts.

Metro Park & Ride Bus Service

Metro Transit will operate Seahawks game day shuttle bus service from 3 locations: the Eastgate Park & Ride in Bellevue, South Kirkland, and Northgate. Fares will be $4 each way, or $8 round trip. Bus service generally begins 2 hours prior to kickoff and ends 45 minutes prior. Please note that service is only available weekend games.

Charter Bus Access:

Charter Bus parking is limited and not available for purchase in the CenturyLink Field North Lot. For help with the purchase of Charter Bus parking as well as passenger unloading locations, please contact the Seahawks parking partner, International Parking Management at (206) 254-0811.

Train Service

Sound Transit

From Tacoma and Everett with stops in between, the Sounder Trains will operate for every afternoon Sunday game with service to King Street Station, just a football field away from the stadium.

Sounder Train / Link Light Rail

Amtrak Cascades Services

Amtrak Cascades Services has a major station right next to CenturyLink Field for all fans coming from Portland or Southwest Washington, as well as from Bellingham and the north. Book your tickets early, as game days on the train fill up quickly!

Amtrak Cascades Services

Parking Options

Disabled ADA Parking:

Two adjacent lots to CenturyLink Field, the North Lot and CenturyLink Field Event Center Garage, are sold out on a season basis. A very limited amount of disabled parking in the North Lot may be available on day of game and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. The Union Station garage on 4th Ave. is also available. The elevator at 4th Ave. & Weller Street Overpass will enable you to reach the stadium North Lot from Union Station and avoid stairways. A state-issued, disabled placard is required for disabled parking access.

Passenger Drop-Off:

The passenger and disabled drop-off zone is located off the intersection of Railroad Way S. at Occidental Ave.(across from the CenturyLink Field Pro Shop), which can be accessed from 1st Ave. S. Drivers may drop off passengers next to the stadium prior to parking until kickoff. Similar access will be provided after every major event.

RV Parking:

The CenturyLink Field North Lot is not available for RV parking. For those fans interested in RV parking and tailgating, there are a number of lots a short walk from CenturyLink Field. Please see our downtown map for additional parking and tailgate locations or contact the Seahawks parking partner, International Parking Management at (206) 254-0811.

Bikes and E-Cars

Electric Car Stations

CenturyLink Field Event Center Garage (2nd floor) and North Lot are equipped with electric vehicle chargers. Parking attendants are also available should you need assistance.

Bike Rack Locations

Non-motorized bike parking is available at the NW and NE corners of CenturyLink Field, at the southern edge of the North Lot.

State Ferry

Ferry service to the Coleman Dock just blocks away from CenturyLink Field.

Ferry Schedule

Car Trouble?

AAA provides roadside assistance after Seahawks games in the North Lot, CenturyLink Field Event Center garage and Union Station garage.