I thought we had a "coming to seattle" thread, but doesn't look like it has made the transition yet and/or it disappeared into the ether. Either way, might as well start a new one Sounders Info: Here's the current seating chart for CenturyLink Field: Where to park: - There is covered parking at the 4th Ave S, near the King Street Station of Amtrak/Sounder trains. There is also another covered parking at the Wamu theater (Entrance is at S Royal Brougham Way). Rates are dependent on the opponent but are usually around $20. - If the Mariners aren't playing, the Safeco field is also open for covered parking (Entrance is at Edgar Martinez Dr S). Rates are around $10. - If you prefer shorter walks and wont mind rain pouring down on your car, the Northern parking lot of CLink is better (Entrance is at S King St/2nd Ave S). This is also a preferred parking lots for Electric Vehicles as there is a charging station here. Rates are around $25. - If you don't mind tight parking, there are some small lots beside 1st Ave S. Rates vary per lot but most lots range between $10-$20. - If you feel lucky and don't mind a hike, there is a lot of street parking around CenturyLink, some of it is free, but some is also pay. Seattle does not have meters for each spot, so just because you don't see a meter it does not mean that spot is free. Look for a nearby pay station. They look like skinny, green ATM machines and are generally clearly marked with signs. Where to sit: Away fans: - Visiting fans for most games sit in section 203 and the upper portion for the 300 level sections are closed for most MLS games, with only the smaller "lodge" sections open. - You will most likely want to stay away from sections 120 through 123 as those are the Supporters Sections. These sections are also considered obstructed view as ECS does hoist flags, banners, and two poles periodically throughout the game. Home fans: - All 100 level seats are standing seats, so if you are unable to stand for the entire game, you don't want to be in these sections. Prepare to be laughed at if you ask anyone standing in front of you to sit. - 120 through 123 is where Gorilla FC and ECS stand, so if you want to join in on the singing and chanting, you may wish to head there. - Scattered around the dark green sections on the left side of the image (100, 144-151) is where you'll find the North End Fellowship. They generally aren't as active as ECS and GFC, but will occasionally have pre-game tifo. - The 200 level club seats (205-213,231-239) and 300 level seats are sitting sections, but you may, on occasion, have someone standing in front of you. If that is the case, it is okay to ask them to sit, or have an usher to ask them to sit if you aren't comfortable doing that. - That wedge shaped seating section on the left of the image (146, 147, 149, 150) is the Hawk's nest. It is a metal bleacher section and quite steep, this is a newly opened area of the stadium so they are still working out the sitting vs. standing situation.