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Civic Activations Continue in Seattle Area as Sounders FC Hosts FC Dallas in Western Conference Semifinal Tonight

December 1, 2020 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Seattle Sounders FC News Release


SEATTLE, WASH. - Seattle institutions continue their support of Sounders FC ahead of the club's Western Conference Semifinal match this evening.

Sounders FC takes on FC Dallas tonight at Lumen Field and fans can see Rave Green pride reflected around the city ahead of the match in the following ways.

COMMUNITY ACTIVATIONS

All Washington State Ferries sailing into and out of Colman Dock on Bainbridge and Bremerton routes are flying Sounders FC flags today.

At Pike Place Market, the famous Pike Place Fish Market fishmongers are supporting their local club by donning Sounders FC gear and decorating their Market stall, while Rachel the Piggy Bank will don her Sounders FC Scarf.

LIGHTING ACTIVATIONS

The Seattle Mariners support their neighbors by changing T-Mobile Park's magenta lighting to Rave Green this evening.

In addition, the statue of Mariners legend and recent addition to the Sounders FC Ownership Group Ken Griffey Jr., located on the corner of First Avenue and Edgar Martinez Drive, will be dressed in a Sounders FC jersey.

The Allen Institute, founded by late Sounders FC Owner and Seattle visionary Paul Allen, lights green tonight.

Lumen Field and its recognizable arches are scheduled to light Rave Green for the match.

The 520 Bridge is lighting its sentinels green for the club this evening.

The Columbia Center and its crown lighting also go green high above the Seattle skyline.

Having triumphed over LAFC last week in Round One of the Audi 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs, Sounders FC now faces FC Dallas in the Western Conference Semifinal tonight (6:30 p.m. PT / FS1, 950 KJR AM, El Rey 1360 AM). With a win, Seattle would advance to the Western Conference Championship for the fourth time in five seasons.


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