Getting to Seattle
Fans can travel to Seattle by flying into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. A direct flight from New Orleans to Seattle is about five and a half hours from take-off to touch down.
Traveling from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac)
Once you’ve arrived at Sea-Tac there are several forms of transportation to make the trip downtown:
Link light rail makes trips from Angle Lake Station to the University of Washington through downtown Seattle making 14 stops along the way, including downtown Seattle and Sea-Tac Airport. Trains arrive every 6 to 15 minutes, depending on the time of day, and take about 40 minutes to travel between Sea-Tac International Airport and Westlake Station in downtown Seattle. One-way fare for adults ranges from $2.25 to $3.25. Schedules and station maps are available on the Sound Transit website.
Taxis, limos, and town cars
Available at Sea-Tac Airport on the third floor of the parking garage. One-way trips between the airport and downtown range from $40-$55. Limos and town cars should be arranged in advance.
App-based rideshare programs
Uber and Lyft are available at Sea-Tac. Follow the directions to ground transportation/the parking garage. Once in the parking garage, go down to the third floor and look for Row I. A trip from Sea-Tac will range from $19 – $55 depending on the size of the vehicle requested.
Getting to CenturyLink Field
CenturyLink Field is located at 800 Occidental Ave. S Seattle, WA 98134. There are several ways to get to the stadium including app-based rideshare programs, Sound Transit, Metro Bus Service, Ferry Service, Amtrack, and train. Please refer to the detailed guide HERE for detailed instructions on getting to and from CenturyLink Field.
Parking at CenturyLink Field
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 Avenue is also available. The elevator at 4th Avenue & 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.
The passenger and disabled drop-off zone is located off the intersection of Railroad Way S. at Occidental Avenue (across from the CenturyLink Field Pro Shop), which can be accessed from 1st Avenue S. Drivers may drop off passengers next to the stadium prior to parking until kickoff. Similar access will be provided after every major event.
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.
The CenturyLink Field North Lot and the CenturyLink Field Garage are presold on a season basis. Tailgating is not permitted on CenturyLink Field property. Fans interested in tailgating can find a number of lots a short walk from the stadium including a lot on 8th and Holgate, about a 10-minute walk south of CenturyLink Field.