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The Seattle Seahawks are a professional sports team that play in the National Football League. They belong to the National Football Conference and are members of the West division. The Seahawks were incorporated in the NFL in 1976, six years after the NFL merged with the American Football League. They were an expansion team and joined the NFL alongside the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Seahawks play all their home games at the CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington. The stadium opened in 2002 and has been formerly known as the Seahawks Stadium and Qwest Field. Get Seattle Seahawks Kansas City tickets and catch the spirited Seahawks live in action as they play in Kansas City.
The Seattle Seahawks are known by many nicknames. They are more popularly called the Hawks. Their secondary or group of defensive backs are referred to as the “Legion of Boom”. The nickname caught on in 2012 and their biggest achievement has been leading the team to victory in the Super Bowl XLVIII. The Seahawks won the Super Bowl XLVIII, defeating the Denver Broncos by a convincing score line of forty three to eight. This was their first Super Bowl title, having previously featured in a Super Bowl in 2005. Along with the Super Bowl the Seahawks have two conference championships and eight division titles to their name. Buy Seattle Seahawks Kansas City tickets and watch the Seahawks as they try to swoop in on another victory. Kansas City, also known as the “Heart of America” has many landmarks for tourists to visit such as the Liberty Memorial and Kansas Skyline and is a perfect place to enjoy a game like Seattle Seahawks Kansas City.
The Seahawks are known to have a large number of fans, primarily because they are the only team in the Pacific Northwest. A large number of people from Montana, Idaho and Oregon support the Seahawks. The Hawks’ supporters are known as the “12th Man” and they have a reputation for being notoriously loud when they come to spur on their team. They are the current record holders, according to Guinness Book of World Records, for making the loudest crowd noise at a sporting event. Interestingly, they have set and broken the same record, twice in the past.