The Seattle Seahawks are an expert American football establishment situated in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks contend in the National Football League (NFL) as a part club of the class’ National Football Conference (NFC) West division. The Seahawks joined the NFL in 1976 as an extension group. The Seahawks are possessed by Paul Allen and are at present trained by Pete Carroll. Since 2002, the Seahawks have played their home diversions at CenturyLink Field (once Qwest Field), found south of downtown Seattle. The Seahawks already played home recreations in the Kingdome (1976– 1999) and Husky Stadium (1994, 2000– 2001).
The Seahawks are the main NFL establishment situated in the Pacific Northwest district of North America, and in this way draw in help from a wide topographical region, including a few sections of Oregon, Montana, Idaho, and Alaska, and in addition Canadian fans in British Columbia and Alberta.
Seahawks fans have been alluded to by and large as the “twelfth Man”, “twelfth Fan”, or “12s”.The Seahawks’ fans have twice set the Guinness World Record for the loudest group commotion at a donning occasion, first on September 15, 2013, enlisting 136.6 dB amid a diversion against the San Francisco 49ers and again on December 2, 2013, amid a Monday Night Football game against the New Orleans Saints, with a then record-setting 137.6 dB.
Throughout the years a few prominent players have been Seahawks, including Shaun Alexander, Michael Bennett, Brian Blades, Brian Bosworth, Nate Boyer, Chad Brown, Dave Brown, Nate Burleson, Kenny Easley, Joey Galloway, Jimmy Graham, Jacob Green, Matt Hasselbeck, Steve Hutchinson, Walter Jones, Cortez Kennedy, Dave Krieg, Steve Largent, Marshawn Lynch, Joe Nash, Paul Richardson, Sheldon Richardson, Eugene Robinson, Michael Robinson, Sidney Rice, Jon Ryan, Richard Sherman, Michael Sinclair, Mack Strong, Golden Tate, Lofa Tatupu, Marcus Trufant, Curt Warner, Chris Warren, Fredd Young and Jim Zorn and additionally, for a short time, Hall of Famers Carl Eller, Franco Harris, Warren Moon, John Randle, and Jerry Rice. Largent (1995), Kennedy (2012), Jones (2014), and Easley (2017) have been voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame fundamentally or completely for their achievements as Seahawks. Dark colored, Easley, Green, Jones, Kennedy, Krieg, Largent, Warner, and Zorn have been enlisted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor alongside Pete Gross (radio commentator) and Chuck Knox (head mentor).
The Seahawks have won 10 division titles and three gathering titles. They are the main group to have played in both the AFC and NFC Championship Games. They have showed up in three Super Bowls: losing 21– 10 to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL, crushing the Denver Broncos 43– 8 for their first title in Super Bowl XLVIII, and losing 28– 24 to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX.
Central command and preparing camps
Amid the Seahawks’ initial ten seasons (1976– 85), the group’s central command was in Kirkland at the southern end of the Lake Washington Shipyard (now Carillon Point), on the shores of Lake Washington.The summer preparing camps were held over the state at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, southwest of Spokane.
At the point when the group’s new central command crosswise over town in Kirkland were finished in 1986, the Seahawks held preparing camp at home for the following eleven seasons (1986– 96), remaining in the residences of the adjacent Northwest College. In Dennis Erickson’s third season as head mentor, the group came back to the more sizzling and more confined Cheney in 1997, where they held preparing camp through 2006. In 2007, preparing camp came back to their Kirkland office, due to the scheduled China Bowl game that was later dropped.
In 2008, the Seahawks held the initial three weeks of camp in Kirkland, at that point moved to the new 19-section of land (77,000 m2) Virginia Mason Athletic Center (VMAC) on August 18 for the last seven day stretch of preparing camp, where the group has held their preparation camps since. The new office, adjoining Lake Washington in Renton, has four full-measure hone fields: three common grass outside and one FieldTurf indoors.
Logos and garbs
At the point when the Seahawks appeared in 1976, the group’s logo was an adapted imperial blue and woods green osprey’s head based on Northwest Coast art. The protective cap and jeans were silver while the home shirts were regal blue with white and green sleeve stripes and white numerals and names. The street shirt was white, with white, blue and green sleeve stripes and had blue numerals and names. The socks were blue and had a similar green and white striping design seen on the blue pullovers. Dark shoes were worn for the initial four seasons, one of only a handful few NFL groups that did in the late 1970s, when most groups were wearing white shoes. They would change to white shoes in 1980.
The Seahawks uniform, 1976– 1982.
In 1983, agreeing with the entry of Chuck Knox as head mentor, the regalia were refreshed somewhat. The striping on the arms presently consolidated the Seahawks logo, and the TV numbers, beforehand situated on the sleeves, moved onto the shoulders. The protective cap facemasks changed from dark to blue. Likewise, the socks went strong blue at the best, and white on bottom. In the 1985 season, the group wore tenth Anniversary fixes on the correct side of their jeans. It had the Seahawks logo streaking through the number 10. In 1994, the time of the NFL’s 75th Anniversary, the Seahawks changed the style of their numbering to something more appropriate for the group; Pro Block from that point until 2001. That same year, the Seahawks wore a vintage pullover for select amusements taking after the 1976– 82 garbs. Be that as it may, the protective cap facemasks stayed blue. The logos additionally ended up sewn on as opposed to being screen-printed. In 2000, Shaun Alexander’s new kid on the block year and Cortez Kennedy’s last, the Seattle Seahawks commended their 25th Anniversary; the logo was worn on the upper left chest of the pullover. In 2001, the Seahawks changed to the new Reebok uniform framework still in their then-flow regalia after that organization marked a 10-year arrangement to be the elite uniform provider to the NFL, however it would be their toward the end in this uniform after the season finished. Preceding this, different organizations made the group’s garbs.