Colossus Cup - July 6: América vs. River Plate and Chivas de Guadalajara vs. Boca Juniors
Centurylink Field: History
Built between 2000 and 2002, this multipurpose stadium has a capacity for 69,000 spectators that can be expanded to 72,000 for special events.
With modern facilities, CenturyLink is located in Seattle, Washington (United States), and is currently the home of the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL) and Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS).
It is known for being recognized as the “noisiest” stadium due to the encouragement of the crowd that attends the Seahawks games, achieving twice the Guinness World Record when reaching the greatest sound generated by an outdoor audience. Undoubtedly, this represents a great advantage for the local team.
Due to its location near downtown Seattle, the stadium can be accessed by various highways and through many transportation options. In addition, the complex has parking, a public square and an event center that allows it to host different concerts, trade fairs and shows of various characteristics.
Since its opening in 2002, CenturyLink is the scene of multiple major sporting events from professional and university football to football matches of both the national league and international FIFA matches, hosting the Copa América Centenario and the Copa Concacaf. This summer it will be one of the Colossus Cup venues.