Exterior of Lumen Field

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF
LUMEN FIELD

We celebrate 20 years of memories under these arches. We’ve raised trophy after trophy. Flag after flag. Scarf after scarf. Under these arches lies the roar of gameday and the memories of epic moments. The record-breaking numbers from across Seattle and the world who come to stand under these arches.

Timeline

March 26, 2000: Kingdome was demolished to make way for the new stadium

July 20, 2002: Opening Day Ceremony

July 28, 2002: First sports game to take place at the stadium- Seattle Sounders

August 10, 2002: First Seahawks preseason game at the stadium

September 15, 2002: First Seahawks regular season game at the stadium

2004: Name Change | Seahawks Stadium-Qwest Field

2011: Name Change | Qwest Field-CenturyLink Field

2020: Name Change | CenturyLink Field- Lumen Field

March 26, 2000: Kingdome was demolished to make way for the new stadium

July 20, 2002: Opening Day Ceremony

July 28, 2002: First sports game to take place at the stadium- Seattle Sounders
August 10, 2002: First Seahawks preseason game at the stadium
September 15, 2022: First Seahawks regular season game at the stadium

2004: Name Change | Seahawks Stadium-Qwest Field
2011: Name Change | Qwest Field-CenturyLink Field
2020: Name Change | CenturyLink Field- Lumen Field

Looking forward into the future, even more iconic moments are ahead. For the first time ever, Lumen Field will host the biggest sporting event in the world – the 2026 FIFA World Cup. In addition, both Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders will celebrate their 50th anniversary in the near future. Lumen Field is launching “Lumen Field Fanovation”, fan-first innovation of the stadium experience that will modernize the event day experience. We’re excited for all the memories to be created under these arches.

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