Seahawks radio broadcasts: How to listen to during the 2020 season
Sep 13, 2020, 12:26 AM | Updated: Jan 4, 2021, 1:01 pm
The Seattle Seahawks are in the playoffs, and we have all the action for you on the Seahawks Radio Network.
Want to listen to Steve Raible, former NFL wide receiver and the longtime voice of the Seahawks, and former NFL linebacker Dave Wyman all season long? They’re only on the Seahawks Radio Network, with 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3 FM serving as the flagship stations.
If you’re unable to tune in 710 ESPN Seattle, KIRO Radio 97.3 FM or any other Seahawks Radio Network affiliates on your radio dial, here are the ways you can listen on your laptop, computer or mobile devices.
Are you located within 75 miles of CenturyLink Field?
If so, there are a couple of ways you can listen to Seahawks games.
Laptop or desktop computer: You can find Seahawks games on our live stream links – click here for 710 ESPN Seattle or click here for KIRO Radio 97.3 FM. Note: You will need to register to listen to either radio stream.
Mobile: Use the Seahawks app, which is the exclusive way to listen to Seahawks games on your phone. Download the app here if you don’t have it yet. Once the app is open, click the radio icon in the top right corner (next to the refresh button). Swipe left or right to change between the 710 and KIRO FM streams.
Note: The 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3 FM apps do not broadcast Seahawks games.
Are you 75 miles or more away from CenturyLink Field?
If you are outside of a 75-mile radius of the Seahawks’ home stadium, CenturyLink Field, the only way to listen to Seahawks games online is through one of the NFL’s various audio streaming subscription services. You can find more information at the bottom of this page on NFL.com.
Due to NFL restrictions, radio stations like 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO Radio 97.3 FM are not allowed to stream games online to devices located outside of their terrestrial radio broadcast range.
Seahawks radio pregame and postgame shows
Coverage begins each week with the Seahawks pregame show, which starts three hours before kickoff during the regular season and two hours before kickoff for preseason games. The Seahawks postgame show airs for roughly two hours after each game.