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- HEAD COACHPete Carroll
- DIVISIONNFC West
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The Seattle Seahawks, a professional American football franchise based in Seattle, Washington, compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's National Football Conference (NFC) West division. The Seahawks joined the NFL in 1976 as an expansion team. The team are owned by Paul Allen and are currently coached by Pete Carroll. Since 2002, the Seahawks have played their home games at CenturyLink Field , located south of downtown Seattle. Seahawks fans have been referred to collectively as the "12th Man", "12th Fan", or "12s” and have twice set the Guinness World Record for the loudest crowd noise at a sporting event, first on September 15, 2013, registering 136.6 dB during a game against the San Francisco 49ers and again on December 2, 2013, during a Monday Night Football game against the New Orleans Saints, with a then record-setting 137.6 dB. Over the years there were notable several players: Shaun Alexander, Michael Bennett, Brian Blades, Brian Bosworth, Nate Boyer, Chad Brown, Dave Brown, Nate Burleson, Kenny Easley, Joey Galloway, Jimmy Graham, Jacob Green, Matt Hasselbeck, Steve Hutchinson, Walter Jones, Cortez Kennedy, Dave Krieg, Steve Largent, Marshawn Lynch, Joe Nash, Paul Richardson, Sheldon Richardson, Eugene Robinson, Michael Robinson, Sidney Rice, Richard Sherman, Michael Sinclair, Mack Strong, Golden Tate, Lofa Tatupu, Marcus Trufant, Curt Warner, Chris Warren, Fredd Young and Jim Zorn as well as, for a brief time, Hall of Famers Carl Eller, Franco Harris, Warren Moon, John Randle, and Jerry Rice. The team have won 10 division titles and three conference championships. They are the only team to have played in both the AFC and NFC Championship Games and have appeared in three Super Bowls: losing 21–10 to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL, defeating the Denver Broncos 43–8 for their first championship in Super Bowl XLVIII, and losing 28–24 to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX.