Seattle Seahawks Tickets

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Hawkins has been ruled out at least till December as he gets ready to undergo hip surgery. How much will his absence affect Seahawks push to make the playoffs remains to be seen. The football team from Seattle has a very strong squad which is full of depth which is why a lot of people think they will make it to the postseason this season. One thing is for sure, their fans, among the most passionate in the league, will make their voices heard loud and clear. They will buy Seattle Seahawks tickets and root for their team every step of the way.


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They may have not won the Super Bowl as yet but Seattle Seahawks are among the most popular teams in the NFL. Their fans always come to their games with a conviction that they will emerge as winners. Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't; but that has never shattered them. Every season, we see the players in full form trying their level best to win. It is this spirit and courage that fans admire the most and turn out in huge numbers to watch their games. Whether it is home games or away games, Seattle Seahawks tickets are always in demand.

The Beginning

Ned Skinner and Herman Sarkowski formed Seattle Professional Football Inc., a consortium of local businessmen and influential figures. The idea behind it was to bring football to Seattle. The NFL granted the group an expansion team in the year 1974. The dream had finally turned into a reality. Seattle Seahawks took around eight years to show they have what it takes to make their mark on the league by going all the way to making the playoffs for the first time in 1983. That trick was repeated next year and in 1987. Seahawks went on to clinch their first division title in 1988. That triumph was followed by a lean patch that lasted a year over a decade before Seahawks once again made their presence felt by clinching their second division championship in the year 1999.

Ruling the Division

Seattle Seahawks are quite unlucky when it comes to Super Bowl but they have an amazing record at divisional level. They won their third division crown in 2004. That was a start of a very consistent run for the franchise that has lasted to this very day. 2005 saw them get their hands on both the division title and the conference crown. Two more division championships came their way by the end of the next two seasons to make it four straight division crowns. Seahawks won their seventh and most recent division title in the year 2010.

Volume 12

The fans of Seattle Seahawks are known as Volume 12 because of the loud noise they make every time their beloved team steps on to the football field. They are extremely passionate and vocal. The Volume 12 brigade is now looking to create a new world record by making the loudest noise ever made in a sports stadium. The current record, 131.76 decibels, was set at a soccer match in Turkey. Breaking it will not be easy but Volume 12 group don't seem too daunted by it and have picked the Seahawks home opener in the upcoming season as the perfect stage to create a new piece of history.

What's next for Seahawks?

The team looks good as the latest campaign about to get underway. The injury to Hawkins is a setback but the squad is still good enough to make it to the postseason. It promises to be a very fascinating time for everyone associated with the team so saddle up and enjoy the ride.

Did You Know?

  • Seattle Seahawks won their first ever regular season game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • They are the only team in NFL with the same three first alphabets in their city name and the team name.
  • Jim Zorn was the Seattle Seahawks leading passer in each of the first seven campaigns.
  • Steve Niehaus was the first ever draft pick in Seahawks history.
  • Curt Warner was the first ever Seattle Seahawks players to run over one thousand yards.