As the state slowly reopens from lockdown, there’s one win we’ve all been looking forward to — the return of spectators to local sports arenas. Whether you’re a die-hard Mariners fan, a Sounders supporter or a hockey lover, this spring just got even brighter with the option to attend a game in person (or online).
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For major league baseball, look no further than T-Mobile Park. The stadium can now host up to 9,000 fans per game, and the season began on April 1. Upcoming home games are against the Dodgers and the Angels. Check out the Mariners website to purchase tickets and view the entire season’s schedule.
There’s no love like a soccer love. Seattle Sounders fans can now return to Lumen Field to show their support to the team. Ticket sales began on April 14, and some of the first upcoming home games are against LA Galaxy on May 2 and the Los Angeles Football Club on May 16. Tickets and the full schedule are available online.
While we’re all waiting for the Seattle Kraken to take to the ice, you can always get your hockey fix by watching some minor league hockey online. The Seattle Thunderbirds are playing 24 games this season, all of which are available through the new Western Hockey League Live on CHL TV. To see the schedule and learn more about how to watch online, visit their website.
This post originally appeared on GettheWReport.com