What is CenturyLink Field used for?

What is CenturyLink Field used for?

The stadium, which opened in 2002, is home to the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and MLS’ Seattle Sounders. In addition, Lumen Field and Event Center typically hosts more than 300 event days per year which attract more than 2.4 million attendees annually.

Is CenturyLink Field domed?

The lack of a retractable roof made it open to the elements, provided better views, and reduced the total cost of the project. The roof, at 200,000 sq ft (19,000 m2), covers 70% of the seats but leaves the field open.

What was Lumen Field before?

CenturyLink Field
Originally known as Seahawks Stadium when it opened in 2002, the current naming rights agreement began in 2004 as the stadium was named Qwest Field. It was renamed CenturyLink Field in 2011 following CenturyLink’s acquisition of Qwest Communications.

Who built CenturyLink Field?

Ellerbe Becket
Lumen Field

CenturyLink Field
The Clink
Surface FieldTurf
Construction cost $430 million (entire complex)
Architect Ellerbe Becket

What is the new name of CenturyLink?

Lumen Technologies
SEATTLE — CenturyLink Field was renamed to Lumen Field after the telecommunications company rebranded to Lumen Technologies in September, according to the Seattle Seahawks. The Washington State Public Stadium Authority, which is the public corporation owner of the stadium, unanimously approved the name change Thursday.

How old is CenturyLink?

19c. 2002
Lumen Field/Age

What replaced the Kingdome?

On March 26, 2000, the Kingdome was demolished by implosion. The Seahawks’ new stadium, now known as Lumen Field, was built on the site and opened in 2002.

Did AT buy out CenturyLink?

He bought CenturyLink for the total return, dividend and capital appreciation. With an annual dividend of $2.16, at $18.13 a share, that’s a whopping yield of 12%. It has actually given up its dividend. But Kaplan said this is a takeover play purely for the assets.

Why did they destroy the Kingdome?

During the 1990s, the Seahawks’ and Mariners’ respective ownership groups began to question the suitability of the Kingdome as a venue for each team, threatening to relocate unless new, publicly funded stadiums were built. On March 26, 2000, the Kingdome was demolished by implosion.

When was CenturyLink Field built in downtown Seattle?

Located within a mile (1.6 km) of Downtown Seattle, the stadium is accessible by multiple freeways and forms of mass transit. The stadium was built between 2000 and 2002 on the site of the Kingdome after voters approved funding for the construction in a statewide election held in June 1997.

When did CenturyLink Field get its new name?

Originally called Seahawks Stadium, it was renamed Qwest Field in June 2004 when telecommunications carrier Qwest acquired the naming rights. It became known as CenturyLink Field in June 2011 after Qwest’s acquisition by CenturyLink, and then received its current name in November 2020 with CenturyLink’s rebrand to Lumen Technologies.

When was the MLS Cup at Lumen field?

Lumen Field was the site of the MLS Cup in 2009 and 2019. The venue also hosted the 2010 and 2011 tournament finals for the U.S. Open Cup. Sounders FC won both times and new attendance records were set each year it was hosted at Lumen Field.