Are you planning to hit the road and cheer for your Seahawks this year? Whether home or away, we’ve compiled nearby events to help you plan and maximize your travel dollars – and fun!
Let’s take a look at the 2019 schedule to see what other events we can take in before or after the Hawks game.
2019 Seattle Seahawks Schedule
There might be a few Bengal fans in the house for opening weekend considering the Reds start a series with the Mariners on Tuesday. But kickoff your weekend with the Huskies hosting Cal in an early PAC12 game.
Sep. 15at Pittsburgh Steelers
You might want to take in some College Football on Saturday, but you’ll have to travel. State College will be crazy with Pitt in town for the last of their 4-game series (with no renewal in sight). Down in Morgantown, West Virginia will host NC State.
Check out the Arizona desert this week and the temps start to cool down. The NL West pennant might be on the line as the Padres visit the D-Backs in a season-ending series Friday-Sunday.
Oct. 3Los Angeles Rams
Catch some MAC action as Kent State visits Akron on Saturday before watching two of the league’s smallest QBs battling it out. While there, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a “must-see”.
Oct. 20Baltimore Ravens
Great weekend of football with Oregon vs Washington on Saturday before the Hawks take on the Ravens on Sunday. This is only the 6th meeting between these two teams with Seattle hoping to expand their lead in the 3-2 series record.
Oct. 27at Atlanta Falcons
Take in the Troy vs Georgia State game on Saturday, then hit the College Football Hall of Fame. Then step into MB Stadium on Sunday to experience one of the league’s newest venues – just don’t expect to get Chik-Fil-A.
Nov. 3Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Another primetime game, this time on Monday Night. If plans allow, catch the Cougars at Cal on Saturday, then spend some time touring on Sunday.
Nov. 17 BYE
Another trip across the country and a visit to the Linc. Just up I-95, Rutgers takes on Michigan State in a season-ending B1G battle. You might as well do a Cheesesteak Crawl while you’re there. Check out Pat’s, Geno’s, Jim’s, Tony Luke’s and more and be sure to report back your findings.
Dec. 2Minnesota Vikings
The NFL is expecting big things from Seattle this year with another primetime game. They take on the division rival Rams on Sunday night. Maybe the Clips, Lakers, Kings or Ducks will be in town too.
Dec. 15at Carolina Panthers
The NFL sure knows how to keep things interesting by scheduling these division games at the end of the season. There’s nothing else happening in the area – except New Year’s Eve!
Where will you be wandering this year?
Stop wondering. Start wandering!