Seattle Seahawks (NFL) (1976-2000) Seattle Sounders (NASL) (1976-1983) Seattle Mariners (MLB) (1977-1999) Seattle SuperSonics (NBA) (1978-1985)
The Kingdome was an indoor sports and entertainment arena owned by King County, Washington and located in Seattle, Washington. It was built in 1972–1976 and operated from 1976 until its demolition in 2000. The Kingdome received its nickname from King County, and was officially known as the King County Domed Stadium and often called The Dome (though on national television broadcasts it was referred to as the Seattle Kingdome. Before its destruction it was located at the west end of Seattle's Industrial District, just south of Pioneer Square. The building was completed in 1976 on reclaimed tideflat land formerly occupied by the Burlington Northern Railroad's freight yards. It served as home to the Seattle Mariners baseball team, the Seattle Seahawks American football team, the Seattle Sounders (NASL) soccer team, and for several years the Seattle SuperSonics basketball team. The Kingdome was demolished by implosion on March 26, 2000 and the footprint is now occupied by Qwest Field.
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