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Hundreds of Kirkland residents showed up to Marina Park for a Seahawks rally Saturday. They all gathered in the shape of a 12 to show their 12th Man pride. - Marie Jensen\City of Kirkland
Hundreds of Kirkland residents showed up to Marina Park for a Seahawks rally Saturday. They all gathered in the shape of a 12 to show their 12th Man pride.
— image credit: Marie Jensen\City of Kirkland

Hundreds of Seahawk fans packed Marina Park in downtown Kirkland Saturday for a 12th Man rally.

The city of Kirkland produced the rally, as new Mayor Amy Walen addressed the crowd of Kirklanders dressed in 'Hawks gear to get ready for the NFC Championship game.

The crowd was assembled to take a photo in the shape of a 12 to celebrate the team's fans who are known as the "12th Man." The Seahawks went on to defeat the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, 23-17, to advance to the Super Bowl.

Here are some photos from the event taken by Marie Jensen with the city of Kirkland:

New Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen rallies residents at Marina Park during a 12th Man celebration on Saturday.


Kirkland residents showed up in mass at Marina Park on Saturday, one day before the Seahawks beat the 49ers to advance to the Super Bowl.

Fans dressed up for the Seahawks rally at Marina Park in Kirkland on Saturday.


Fans participated in Seahawk-themed festivities during the 12th Man rally at Marina Park in Kirkland Saturday.


Fans showed their Seahawks' pride Saturday during a rally for the team at Marina Park in Kirkland.

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