Farewell to old Husky Stadium
AARON JAFFE / THE SEATTLE TIMES
Old Husky Stadium has seen its final game before a $250 million renovation begins, ending a 91-year era that made the jewel on Lake Washington part of the fabric of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.
Photos and video
LEFT: AARON JAFFE / THE SEATTLE TIMES; RIGHT: ASAHEL CURTIS / MOHAI
Left, 2011: Fans leap to their feet during a Huskies victory over Arizona. Right, 1920: In the first game at Husky Stadium, then known as Washington Field, UW played Dartmouth in the stadium built for 30,000 fans. Compare the then and now photos with an interactive slider.
Timeline of the stadium
Explore The Seattle Times historical archive to see coverage from other big moments in Husky Stadium history.
Husky Stadium memories
Husky Stadium is the home of some of the most poignant and powerful memories I have . . . Everything about the place — from locker room to field to president's box — brings back wonderful feelings and pride.
Husky Stadium in all its grandeur and glory is a sacred place where some of the best moments of my life took place, with friends, family and fellow rabid Husky fans.
A look at the new Husky Stadium
University of Washington fans will be closer to the action in a cozier, upgraded setting. Katherine Long explains what $250 million will buy and answers questions on funding, features and more. See a graphic showing the construction timeline and how the stadium will change.