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The reigning Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks will open the 2014 season at home in primetime when the Green Bay Packers pay a visit to CenturyLink Field for a Thursday night battle on Sept. 4. The game also will serve as the NFL season opener and is the only contest scheduled for the evening. The NFC powerhouses last squared off in Seattle in 2012 in a matchup won by the Seahawks, which at the time ended a three-game losing streak against the Packers.
CenturyLink Field Seating Information
A wide variety of seating options are available at the spacious CenturyLink Field for the Packers-Seahawks game on Sept. 4. Sections 100-151 on the sidelines are located in closest proximity to the field, which is in turn broken down into different areas, including the centrally located Lower Charter (106-112, 132-138). The end zone is comprised of more areas considered the Lower Level (125-119) and the Hawk's Nest (146-150) on the opposite side. From there, the Middle Level and Middle Level Club include Sections 203-241, and the Upper Level features Sections 300-344. Suites may also be available throughout the venue.
CenturyLink Field General Information
To keep the atmosphere safe and fun for all fans during Packers-Seahawks, please leave alcoholic beverages, noisemakers, video cameras, and outside food and drink at home. For the convenience of all fans attending the matchup, guests are generally allowed to bring food contained in a clear plastic bag, factory-sealed bottles of water, binoculars, and a small camera to the game. Keep in mind that all fans and belongings are subject to search upon entry. CenturyLink Field is a non-smoking facility.
CenturyLink Field Parking Information
A wealth of on-site parking is typically offered at the CenturyLink Field Event Center Parking Garage, the Union Station Garage, and the North Lot. There are numerous additional parking spaces in privately owned lots and garages located nearby as well.
CenturyLink Field Gate Times
CenturyLink Field gates usually open two hours before the start of games, but this may change for Seahawks vs Packers on Sept. 4 since the game will take place on a week day in primetime.