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Championships by Seattle Professional Sports Teams

Published by Steve Campion. Category: Sports & Recreation

UPDATED following the Sounders win Dec 10, 2016.

Here’s a quick list of all the major pro sports championship titles in Seattle going back to an oft-forgotten hockey championship in 1917. We included the two women’s professional team titles, too.

CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SEATTLE PRO TEAMS

Year Champion League Sport Team defeated

2016  Seattle Sounders FC  MLS  Soccer  Toronto FC
  • MLS Cup (Dec 10): Seattle (5) 0, Toronto (4) 0  (in shootout)

2014 Seattle Seahawks NFL Football Denver Broncos
  • Super Bowl (Feb 2): Seattle 43, Denver 8

2010  Seattle Storm  WNBA  Basketball  Atlanta Dream
  • Game 1 (Sep 12): Seattle 79, Atlanta 77
  • Game 2 (Sep 14): Seattle 87, Atlanta 84
  • Game 3 (Sep 16): Seattle 87. Atlanta 84

2004  Seattle Storm  WNBA  Basketball  Connecticut Sun
  • Game 1 (Oct 8): Connecticut 68, Seattle 64
  • Game 2 (Oct 10): Seattle 67, Connecticut 65
  • Game 3 (Oct 12): Seattle 74, Connecticut 60

1979  Seattle SuperSonics  NBA  Basketball  Washington Bullets
  • Game 1 (May 20): Washington 99, Seattle 97
  • Game 2 (May 24): Seattle 92, Washington 82
  • Game 3 (May 27): Seattle 105, Washington 95
  • Game 4 (May 29): Seattle 114, Washington 112
  • Game 5 (Jun 1): Seattle 97, Washington 93

1917  Seattle Metropolitans  Stanley Cup  Hockey  Montreal Canadiens
  • Game 1 (Mar 17): Montreal 8, Seattle 4
  • Game 2 (Mar 20): Seattle 6, Montreal 1
  • Game 3 (Mar 23): Seattle 4, Montreal 1
  • Game 4 (Mar 26): Seattle 9, Montreal 1

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2 Responses to “Championships by Seattle Professional Sports Teams”

  1. wbb fan Says:

    You might want to send this to ESPN and FOX Sports. They both forgot the Storm in their broadcasts.

  2. Midge Says:

    Seattle hasn’t claimed a world championship in men’s pro sports since 1979, so this is sweet! Here’s a quick list of all the titles going back to an oft-forgotten hockey championship in 1917. We included the two women’s professional team titles, too.
    Wasn’t the Hockey team in 1917 men? Or weren’t they professionals?