The Seattle Seahawks are fairly new to the NFL, but they’ve already made a mark on the league. They played their first season in 1976, and they won their first and only Super Bowl during the 2013 season against the Denver Broncos. Ever since then, tickets to Seattle Seahawks games have been hot items. The team has certainly not had everything easy since then, but they are still one of the strongest teams in the NFL, year after year.
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The Seahawks only have a handful of players that have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Only three of these players spent their entire careers with the team. They include wide receiver Steve Largent, defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy, and offensive tackle Walter Jones. Over the years, numerous other great players have spent time playing for the Seahawks, and there are even a couple players on the team right now that have Hall of Fame potential. The team currently has a strong reputation for its defensive prowess, and they continue to impress other teams. This only wins them more fans in the process.
The team has a newly developed rivalry against the San Francisco 49ers, thanks to the fact that the coaches of these two teams were big rivals when they coached collegiate teams. When they play each other, the crowds are even more worked up than usual.
The Seahawks play home games at CenturyLink Field, right in Seattle, Washington. It is a beautiful stadium, and the team has been housed there since 2002, although it has undergone a couple of name changes over the years. Football has made a major impact on the Pacific Northwest, and the Seahawks are one of the more popular teams in the nation right now. If you’ve never seen them play before, grabbing tickets to Seattle Seahawks games, either at home in Seattle or away, can be a great gift for your family, your friends, or even for just yourself. They are a fun team to watch and you are guaranteed to have a good time. Even casual sports fans love going to NFL games!