CenturyLink Stadium and Event Center will keep current name through 2033 season

Per a deal renewal with the Seattle Seahawks and First & Goal Inc., CenturyLink will continue to have both stadium and event center naming rights through the 2033 season.

The deal is pending approval from the Public Stadium Authority, the Washington state public corporation owner of the stadium.

CenturyLink Field and CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle hosts more than 185 events a year. The location attracts more than 2.4 million attendees annually.

The naming rights agreement began in 2004 as Qwest Field. When CenturyLink bought out Qwest Communications in 2011 the name changed.

Under the agreement, CenturyLink continues to be the communications services sponsor of the field and the Seahawks.

“CenturyLink’s naming rights relationship with the Seahawks allows fans to have an enhanced game-day experience with secure, state-of-the-art stadium technology. We are excited about renewing this agreement, as it will allow us to continue to be a part of the Seahawks community and to remain connected with the 12s, one of the NFL’s most passionate fan bases,” said Glen F. Post, III, chief executive officer and president of CenturyLink.

CenturyLink Field and CenturyLink Field Event Center is home to the Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC, concerts, Seattle Board Show, Seattle Auto Show, Seattle Home Show, and other corporate and community events.