Seattle Seahawks Stadiums over the Years: From Kingdome to CenturyLink Field

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Seattle Seahawks Stadiums over the Years: From Kingdome to CenturyLink Field
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The Seattle Seahawks first took the field in 1976, and for the first quarter-century of their existence, played their home games at the King County Domed Stadium, better known as the Kingdome.

After the dome was imploded in March 2000, the Seahawks took up temporary residence at the University of Washington's venerable Husky Stadium, where they had played several preseason and regular-season games.

In 2002, the Seahawks moved into what was honestly known as Seahawks Stadium, which was built on the grave of the Kingdome (and with much of its recycled concrete). The facility has undergone some name changes, from Qwest Field to its current moniker of CenturyLink Field, but to the Seahawks, it's still home.

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