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The Seattle Seahawks, based in Seattle, Washington, are a professional American football team affiliated with the National Football League (NFL). They compete in the NFL's National Football Conference (NFC) West division and have called Lumen Field their home stadium since 2002, formerly known as Seahawks Stadium (2002-2004), Qwest Field (2004-2011), and CenturyLink Field (2011-2020). From 1976 to 1999, the Seahawks played at the Kingdome which was later demolished to make way for the state-of-the-art Lumen Field.

The team was established on June 4, 1974, when the city was granted an expansion franchise by the NFL. They began their inaugural season in 1976 as part of the AFC, finishing with a poor record of 2-12. From 1977 to 2001, the Seahawks were members of the AFC – playing in the AFC West division. They switched conferences to the NFC, where they have remained to this date.

Ownership of the franchise has been held by Paul Allen since 1997. Following the passing of the Microsoft co-founder in 2018, the control of the franchise was granted to the Paul Allen Trust, headed by Jody Allen, Paul’s sister. Under Allen's leadership, the Seahawks experienced significant milestones, including the construction of a state-of-the-art stadium and achieving Super Bowl glory.

The Seahawks have won one Super Bowl:

  • Super Bowl XLVIII (2013): The Seahawks defeated the Denver Broncos 43-8.

The Seahawks have lost two Super Bowls:

  • Super Bowl XL (2005): The Seahawks lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-10.
  • Super Bowl XLIX (2014): The Seahawks lost to the New England Patriots 28-24.

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Reawakening the Thunder in SeaThere’s something big happening in Seattle

The Seattle Seahawks have been a fixture in the playoffs, missing out just five times since the 2003 season. But, they haven’t vaulted beyond the divisional round since 2014 when they appeared in back-to-back Super Bowls. 

They have been punching above their weight in the last few seasons, but this time around they look like a threat. Not only to the division, but maybe for a potential playoff run. 

Leading the charge is quarterback Geno Smith – he’s looking to improve on last season where he led the league in passing percentage (69.8) and was named NFL Comeback Player of the year in his best season to date. Pro bowlers in 2022 Tariq Woolen, Quandre Diggs and Jason Myers all retain their spots in the team as the Seahawks really look to grow on last season’s showing, could this be the year they break out of the divisional round? 

How did the Seattle Seahawks perform in the 2022 season?

During the 2022 season, the Seattle Seahawks underwent a significant transformation that left many fans uncertain about the team's future. The departure of longtime quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos marked the end of an era after nine years playing for the franchise. The release of Pro Bowl linebacker Bobby Wagner augmented the sense that this was a season of transition with little to look forward to.

After starting with a 2-3 record, the Seahawks surprised the league with a four game win-streak, including two wins against their division rival Arizona Cardinals. The irregular form came back to Seattle as they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Germany. They also lost for a second time to the San Francisco 49ers, 21-13 at Lumen Field. The Seahawks had to fight for everything in the last two weeks, and that’s exactly what they did. Huge wins against the New York Jets and an overtime epic against rival Los Angeles secured a wild card playoff spot after a one year absence.

Despite the odds against them, the Seahawks defied expectations throughout the season to secure a playoff spot. Head coach Pete Carroll was highly dependable on the talents and leadership of career backup quarterback Geno Smith as the team managed to secure a playoff. Key contributions also came from familiar faces like Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf who combined for 15 9 touchdowns, as well as emerging talents like rookies Coby Bryant, Kenneth Walker III and Tariq Woolen who tied for most interceptions in the league with six. 

Ultimately, the Seahawks lost for a third time in a single season to the San Francisco 49ers in the wild card matchup at Levi’s Stadium. Still, a great foundation was built for coach Pete Carroll and momentum was generated for what promises to be an exciting 2023 campaign. 

Who did the Seattle Seahawks acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

The Seahawks selected the following players in the Draft to join their team in 2023:

  • Round 1, Pick 5: Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois
  • Round 1, Pick 20: Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State
  • Round 2, Pick 37: Derrick Hall, DE, Auburn
  • Round 2, Pick 52: Zach Charbonnet, RB, UCLA
  • Round 4, Pick 108: Anthony Bradford, G, LSU
  • Round 4, Pick 123, Cameron Young, DT, Mississippi State
  • Round 5, Pick 151: Mike Morris, DE, Michigan
  • Round 5, Pick 154: Olusegun Oluwatimi, C, Michigan
  • Round 6, Pick 198: Jerrick Reed II, S, New Mexico
  • Round 7, Pick 237: Kenny McIntosh, RB, Georgia

Who else did the Seattle Seahawks sign for the 2023 season? 

The Seahawks signed a few other players for the 2023 season:

  • Bobby Wagner, LB, Los Angeles Rams (Free agent)
  • Dre'Mont Jones, DE, Denver Broncos (Free agent)
  • Julian Love, SS, New York Giants (Free agent)
  • Jarran Reed, DE, Green Bay Packers (Free agent)
  • Devin Bush, ILB, Pittsburgh Steelers (Free agent) 
  • Evan Brown, C, Detroit Lions (Free agent) 

They also picked up the following undrafted free agents:

  • Hilton Ahlers, QB, East Carolina
  • M. J. Anderson, DE, Iowa State
  • Michael Ayers, LB, Ashland
  • Jake Bobo, WR, UCLA
  • Lance Boykin, CB, Coastal California
  • Cam Bright, LB, Washington
  • Arquon Bush, CB, Cincinnati
  • James Campbell, CB, Montana State
  • Robert Cooper, DT, Florida State
  • Noah Gindorff, TE, North Dakota State
  • John Hall, WR, Northwood
  • Griffin Hebert, TE, Louisiana Tech
  • C. J. Johnson, WR, East Carolina
  • Matt Landers, WR, Arkansas
  • Tyson Lindsey, WR, Oregon State
  • Patrick O'Connell, LB, Montana
  • Ty Okada, S, Montana State
  • Morrell Osling III, S, UCLA
  • Kendall Randolph, G Alabama
  • Chris Smith, RB, Louisiana
  • Chris Stoll, LS, Penn State
  • Jonathan Sutherland, S, Penn State
  • Jacob Sykes, DE, UCLA
  • Jonah Tavai, DT, San Diego State
  • Christian Young, S, Arizona

Seattle Seahawks Key Matchups in 2023

The Seattle Seahawks are aiming to improve on last season's results, where surprisingly they made it to the playoffs and eventually lost to the San Francisco 49ers in the wild card playoff round. Here are some key matchups of the season for the Seahawks:

Week 1 vs. Los Angeles Rams: The Seattle Seahawks kick-off their regular season right where the 2022 campaign ended, hosting long-time rival Los Angeles. Both teams have faced each other a total of 51 times, with the Seahawks leading by 27-24, so you can tell that this rivalry is a close one. The first game of the season will be crucial for the Seahawks, as they need to show the league that last season wasn't a one time trick, and that this time around they'll be even stronger.

Week 12 vs. San Francisco 49ers: This is one of those games that has so much more to offer other than football. The Seahawks lead 30-20 in the head-two-head record, but the 49ers won the three games in which both teams faced each other last season and had a solid playoff run that ended against the Philadelphia Eagles in the conference final. The Seahawks will be looking to end a three game losing streak, and what better place to do it than at home in Lumen Field with the full support of the locals.

Week 15 vs. Philadelphia Eagles: Facing a team that made it to the Super Bowl last season is always a tough test, unless there is a Super Bowl hangover? In another key matchup at home, the Seahawks may be facing one of the best teams in the league in  a game that could hold playoff implications for both squads

FAQs about Seattle Seahawks 2023 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the Seattle Seahawks established?

The Seattle Seahawks were established on the 4th of June, 1976 in the city of Seattle, Washington after the NFL granted the city a franchise.

Who owns the Seattle Seahawks?

The Seattle Seahawks are owned by the Paul Allen Trust, since Paul Allen bought the franchise for US$200 million in 1997 from Ken Behring. Due to the death of Allen in 2018, the chairman is Jody Allen, Paul’s sister.

Who is the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks?

The current head coach of the Seattle Seahawks is Pete Carroll. He has been the head coach of the Seahawks since 2010. He is the most successful head coach in Seahawks history, with a record of 128-81-1 and has led the Seahawks to two Super Bowls, winning Super Bowl XLVIII in 2013.

What are the other personnel and coaching staff?

Head coach Pete Carrol is aided by Associate head coach Carl Smith, Offensive coordinator Shane Waldron and Defensive coordinator Clint Hurtt.

How many championships do the Seattle Seahawks have?

The Seattle Seahawks have one NFL championship. Their only Super Bowl title came in 2013, when the Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII by defeating the Denver Broncos convincingly by 43-8.

How many division titles do the Seattle Seahawks have?

The Seattle Seahawks have 11 division titles. Two of them came when the Seahawks were part of the AFC West division, in 1988 and 1999. The other nine came in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2020 with the Hawks in the NFC West division where they currently are.

What is the best overall record of the Seattle Seahawks?

The best Seattle Seahawks seasons came in 2005 and 2013, both of the regular seasons ended with a 13-3 record.

What is the Seattle Seahawks overall record in the NFL?

The Seattle Seahawks have an all-time NFL record of 383-358-1. Percentage-wise, this is the 15th highest rating, with a total of .517.

Who are the most famous players to have played for the Seattle Seahawks?

The Seattle Seahawks have had some very well-known players over the years, here’s a list of the greatest players of the franchise’s history. Steve Largent, Cortez Kennedy, Waler Jones, Kenny Easly, Russell Wilson, Earl Thomas and Matt Hasselbeck among others.

Where do the Seattle Seahawks play?

The Seattle Seahawks have played their home games at Lumen Field since 2002, they used to play at Kingdome.

What are the Seattle Seahawks colors?

The three primary colors of the Seattle Seahawks are college navy, action green, wolf gray.

Where can I buy tickets to see the Seattle Seahawks?

You can purchase them right here at here!

What is the Seattle Seahawks mascot?

The Seattle Seahawks have two mascots, Blitz and Boom. Blitz makes sure that the Seattle fans have a good time during the games and was selected as 2022 NFL Mascot of the Year. Boom is designed to appeal to a younger crowd and attends family-friendly gigs and roams the sidelines during Seattle games. The Seahawks also have Taima, a live Augur hawk that hatched on April 21, 2005 and has become a big part of the franchise.

How and where to buy Seattle Seahawks tickets?

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How much are Seattle Seahawks tickets?

On Event Tickets Center, Seattle Seahawks ticket prices range from $7 up to $4,275 over a number of different Seattle Seahawks events.

When do Seattle Seahawks tickets go on sale?

Typically, Seattle Seahawks will announce the schedule 3-6 months before the first game, and tickets go on sale within a few weeks of the schedule announcement.

Are Seattle Seahawks tickets sold out?

No. While tickets to see Seattle Seahawks may be sold out on other ticketing websites, Event Tickets Center has plenty of tickets available for you to see Seattle Seahawks live.

Are Seattle Seahawks tickets on sale?

Yes, Seattle Seahawks tickets are on sale, and you can buy them right here at Event Tickets Center.

When is the next Seattle Seahawks event?

The next Seattle Seahawks event is on November 30, 2023 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Event Tickets Center has 1,677 tickets available for this event.

Event Dates and Pricing Information

Venue Date Price Tickets Available
AT&T Stadium Nov 30, 2023 From $26 1,677
Levi's Stadium Dec 10, 2023 From $268 1,709
Lumen Field Dec 17, 2023 From $237 2,731
Nissan Stadium - Nashville Dec 24, 2023 From $48 3,799
Lumen Field Dec 31, 2023 From $225 2,400
State Farm Stadium Jan 7, 2024 From $14 7,688
State Farm Stadium Parking Lots Jan 7, 2024 From $7 42