Throughout the year, the Storm will honor its history both on and off the court, offering fans the opportunity to join in the celebration through various promotions, giveaways, and experiences. See below for a rundown of all components of the 25th anniversary celebration and visit this page all season long for more content and information about this Storm’s historic season.


The Storm opens training camp for its 25th anniversary season in the brand new, state-of-the-art Seattle Storm Center for Basketball Performance—its new training facility located in the Interbay neighborhood of Seattle. The facility both honors the past players, coaches, staff, and owners, who brought the team to Seattle and built it into one of the WNBA’s premier franchises, and serves as an investment in the future growth of the Storm.



The Seattle Storm will celebrate its 25th Anniversary during the game on Sunday, June 23, against the Connecticut Sun. The game will feature a special commemorative giveaway and the franchise will honor the Storm25—the top players in franchise history—with a special gift during a halftime ceremony. Tip-off is at 12:00 p.m.


Prior to Seattle’s season opener on May 14, the first 5,000 fans at Climate Pledge Arena will receive a commemorative championship court collectible. The unique and highly sought-after giveaway celebrates the Storm’s 25 seasons and four WNBA Championships. Fans can also purchase exclusive memorabilia made of the championship court at the Storm Team Shop inside Climate Pledge Arena beginning at the 25th Anniversary game on June 23.


Fans can take advantage of the Storm’s 25th Anniversary ticket special throughout the season. For all 20 home games, the Storm have set aside a limited quantity of seats for just $25 each. These seats are expected to sell quickly and can be purchased beginning April 15. 



Over the last 25 years, the Storm has seen an incredible number of memorable moments, from Seattle being awarded the franchise on Oct. 22, 1999, the Storm winning a record-tying four WNBA Championships, through Jewell Loyd’s WNBA record 939 points during the 2023 season. Fans are invited to share their top five moments in franchise history via social media channels throughout the next month and are encouraged to share photos of them at those big games if they have them available. The Storm will roll out its list of the Top 25 moments in franchise history during the season on its social media channels and at


Entering the 2024 season, 133 players have played at least one regular season game in a Storm uniform. To honor the 25th Anniversary, the Storm is asking fans to help select the top 25 players in franchise history by voting on the Seattle Storm Mobile app in late April. The top 25 players—dubbed STORM25—will be recognized at halftime of the 25th Anniversary game on June 23.



The Storm is introducing a new youth basketball program which is set to begin during the 25th Anniversary season. The new program is aimed at providing basketball skill development opportunities for kids through camps and clinics at the Seattle Storm Center for Basketball Performance. This includes both free programs for youth throughout the greater Seattle area and camps and paid clinics aimed at developing up-and-coming youth basketball players. More information on the program and opportunities to sign up will be available early in the season.



Force4Change, the Storm’s comprehensive social justice platform, enters its fifth season, looking to continue to grow its impact throughout the region. The initiative has raised nearly $1.5 million since its inception, supporting four areas: Voting, Education, and Legislation; Amplification of Black Women; Support of LGBTQ+ Communities; and Support of BIPOC Communities. This season, the Storm will be rolling out several initiatives and partnerships specifically centered around voter education and reproductive health to be announced in the coming weeks.

Kicks For Equality—the flagship Force4Change program—returns in 2024 with artist Breanna Berry creating custom sneakers for Storm players depicting their respective social justice initiatives. The players will wear the shoes at the game on Saturday, Sept. 7, vs Phoenix, before they are auctioned off to raise money for Force4Change initiatives.

Through its various community programs, the Storm also plans to distribute 25,000 tickets to youth and nonprofit groups aligned with the Storm’s Community and Social Impact and youth outreach programs. Through strategic partnerships with nonprofits, the Storm will use these tickets to offer the chance to experience a WNBA game to communities who experience high barriers of entry, as well as to show appreciation for employees and volunteers of grassroots organizations that serve the Seattle community.


The Seattle Storm is partnering with SheHoops to provide a first-of-its-kind fellowship program during the 2024 season. SheHoops, which is overseen by Basketball Australia’s head of women and girls Lauren Jackson, was developed to empower women and girls in basketball through pathways, mentoring, connection, insights, participation, and education. The pilot program will aim to grow the game of women’s basketball in Australia. A rising leader from Australia will learn from the Storm organization throughout the season and bring key findings and recommendations to their organization.


Season Tickets, Storm Mini Plans, and Group Experiences are available for the 2024 season while single game tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, April 15. For more info, visit, or call 206-217-WNBA (9622).