FANOVATION: New club level offerings, the T-Mobile End Zone and the The 1976 Club, shown here in a rendering, debut at Lumen Field in August. (Courtesy venue)

1976 Club Membership Starts at $48,000

Seattle Seahawks fans have something new to cheer about next season with the debut of the T-Mobile End Zone and The 1976 Club at Lumen Field.

Dubbed the stadium’s latest “Fanovation,” the new Delta Sky360° Club Level offerings includes an upgraded sports bar lounge and memberships to all-inclusive seating package.

Formerly the Ring of Honor Lounge, the new T-Mobile End Zone will undergo a full renovation in the offseason to transform into a new 2,625 square-foot sports bar complete with a Mitsubishi LED wall behind the bar. The T-Mobile End Zone will serve featured cocktails, beer and wine on game days, and will be open to all Delta Sky360° Club Level ticket holders.

Within the new T-Mobile End Zone, the team will also add a new premium area called The 1976 Club.

Sold as full-season memberships, The 1976 Club offers fans access to open-air  loge boxes, featuring heated seating for four to six patrons. Members of The 1976 Club will also receive all-inclusive food and beverage along with a reserved dining table for each group and complimentary parking. A total of 14 new loge boxes will be constructed as part of The 1976 Club for a total of 68 seats. Memberships will also include access to concerts at Lumen Field, where Taylor Swift caused a seismic event in 2023 during her Eras Tour.

Memberships to The 1976 Club are on sale and start at $48,000 per box for the full season. Both the T-Mobile End Zone and The 1976 Club are scheduled to open in August.

The T-Mobile End Zone and The 1976 Club projects were designed by Meis Architects and are part of Lumen Field’s larger “Fanovation” campaign announced in 2022 to upgrade and modernize various areas of the stadium.

As the stadium turned 20-years-old in 2022, the Seahawks and Lumen Field announced a three-year plan to upgrade and modernize various areas of the stadium. The T-Mobile Endzone and The 1976 Club projects are part of that original 2022 campaign. Development costs were not disclosed.

Additional Fanovation projects scheduled for 2024 include upgrading the two primary in-bowl LED boards, plus six new LED installations to replace the existing four boards in the south end of the stadium, while adding two new LED Fascia boards in the north end.

Plans also include installing a new stadium-wide audio system with 48 sub-woofers to enhance sound clarity. Continued updates will also be made to the stadium’s private suites and signage.

Since the campaign was announced, the stadium created the Tunnel Club experience, opened the Cityside Bars under the Hawks Nest, and installed nine total Amazon Just Walk Out and Amazon One check-out free locations.