2. CenturyLink Field (Seahawks)
It didn’t take long after opening in 2002 for CenturyLink Field to gain the reputation as one of the toughest places to play for road teams. The fans are boisterous and the sound is deafening at times. The stadium even registered seismic activity following a touchdown by the Seahawks in January 2011; now that’s some serious noise.
In addition to the atmosphere, CenturyLink Field is just a beautiful place to watch a game. The open north end of the stadium gives guests a brilliant view of downtown Seattle. The wide concourses also provide magnificent views of the surrounding area, including the bay that sits just west of the stadium. For a wide variety of reasons, it’s one of the truly special venues in the NFL.