The CenturyLink Field Stadium located in Seattle, Washington was formerly known as the Seahawks Stadium (2002-2004) and the Qwest Field (2004-2011). The most popular quality of the area is its shell-shaped roof that keeps fans from getting rained on and intensifies the cheers, screams, and shouts of hardcore fans. As a matter of fact, the CenturyLink Field Stadium holds the Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar at an indoor stadium—first at 136.6 decibels in 2013 and by a measurement of 137.6 decibels in 2014. Both records are, of course, achieved by the notoriously loud fans of Seattle Seahawks. Seismologists even stated that the noise created by the fans after Marshawn Lynch’s famous 67-yard run against the New Orleans Saint in the 2011 NFL playoffs translates to a 1.0 magnitude earthquake.
Aside from NFL events and Seahawk games that could conjure up an earthquake, the CenturyLink Field also hosts soccer, high school and college football games, concerts, trade shows, and consumer shows.
Home Team: Seattle Seahawks