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The Seattle Seahawks made their National Football League debut in 1976, playing in the Western division. The NFL franchise for the Seahawks was awarded two years before in 1974 and they became the 28th franchise of the NFL. The team played home games at the Kingdome which had a 64,984 seating capacity. The name Seahawks was announced and first used in 1975. The first head coach of the team was Jack Patera, an assistant coach for the Minnesota Vikings.
The inaugural season of the Seahawks was a 2 – 12 record followed by a respectable 5 – 9 in the 1977 season wherein they moved and played at the AFC. The first winning record of the Seahawks came in the 1978 season with a 9 - 7 record and they repeated this the following season. After the 1982 season, which was marked by huge strike, the Seahawks hired Chuck Knox in 1983. He led the Seahawks to a 83 – 67 - 0 record in his nine seasons. The first season of Knox was a huge success, going to the AFC championship match as the wild-card team from the AFC West. They lost to the Los Angeles Raiders in the conference title game. Under Knox’s mentorship, the Seahawks reached the playoffs four times (1983-84 and 1987-88 seasons). The 1988 season was the first of two AFC West division titles that the Seahawks had.
The team became division champion from 2004 to 2007 and 2010 in the NFC West. They moved to the NFC again in 2002. The greatest star player donning the Seahawks jersey is wide receiver Steve Largent, who retired in 1990 and was the all-time leading receiver of the NFL . He was also the first Seahawk to become part of the Pro Hall of Fame. Currently, the team is owned by Paul Allen (co-founder of tech giant Microsoft Corp.) Their first ever Super Bowl appearance came in the 2005 season where they capture the division and conference titles, but lost the Super Bowl XL to the eventual champion, Pittsburgh Steelers.
From 2002, the Seahawks have been playing their home games at CenturyLink Field. This stadium cost $430 million to construct and was built on top of the former site of the Kingdome. The concrete coming from the demolished Kingdome was processed and then recycled and used in constructing the stadium. It was first dubbed as the Seahawks Stadium in 2002 and 2003 and then Qwest Field from 2004 to 2010. The name CenturyLink Field was used in 2011. The roofing of the stadium can cover 70% of the seats.
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