Stadiums & Arenas
Safeco Field is regarded as one of the world's best baseball stadiums. The United States' only retractable roof provides break taking views of the Puget Sound. With a natural grass field and seating for 47,860 fans Safeco gives the Mariners a great home field advantage! Going to Safeco isn't just about baseball, come to view the art around the facility including a chandelier made from 100 baseball bats.
CenturyLink Field is home to the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders, FC. Fans can enjoy the game from a mere 52 feet from the field, 40 feet from the end zones, but chances are you'll be in the 70% of seating protected from the Seattle rain by the overhangs. Other great features include the 13 story tower containing a scoreboard, $2 million worth of art around the stadium and the recycled materials used to make the field and structure concrete.
KeyArena at Seattle Center
KeyArena, conveniently located in the shadow of the Space Needle, provides a comfortable and intimate setting for events. Annual uses include figure skating, ice hockey, basketball, and music concerts.
A premier thoroughbred racing venue in the Northwest, Emerald Downs features a state of the art, 250,000 sq ft grandstand and one-mile racing oval. Events include Fireworks Spectacular show and Longacres Mile Day.
King County Aquatic Center
The King County Aquatic Center features two pools, a diving tank with two levels of springboards, and five levels of platforms. Major events such as Goodwill Games and Olympic Team Trials have been held here.
Starfire Sports and Entertainment Complex
The Starfire Sports and Entertainment Complex is located in Tukwila, just south of Seattle. It hosts many large soccer and softball tournaments and is also popular for its soccer leagues, camps, and training sessions. Starfire Sports will soon be the perfect venue to enjoy other entertainment activities.
Comcast Arena is home to the Everett Silvertips, a Western Hockey League franchise. In addition to hockey the venue accommodates basketball, volleyball, wrestling and gymnastics. It also seats 10,000 for concerts, hosts trade shows, expositions, consumer shows and special events.
Pacific Raceways is a leading promoter of motorsports activities in the Pacific Northwest. It hosts a vast range of motorsports events including drag races, sport car races, motorcycle races, club races, and vintage car races. Pacific Raceways is currently regaining its status as the premier motorsports facility in the Northwest.
The ShoWare Center is the new home to the WHL's Seattle Thunderbirds. The intimate 6-8,000 seat arena is located just 20 minutes from Seattle, Tacoma and Bellevue. Events will include concerts, basketball, volleyball, indoor football, wrestling, motorsports, rodeo, and more.
The University of Washington's Husky Stadium is the only college stadium in a major metropolitan city where you can arrive to the game via boat. The stadium is currently being renovated with drastic changes consisting of lowering the field, adding luxury seating and demolition and reconstruction of the south side stands. Until the anticipated 2013 finish of the remodel all Husky home games will be played at the nearby CenturyLink Field.