Levis Stadium Tickets
Levis Stadium Seating Chart and Event Tickets
The San Francisco 49ers will finally have a new home next season. Levi’s Stadium is scheduled to open in July of next year just in time for the 2014 NFL season. Levi’s Stadium will replace Candlestick Park which has been the home of the Niners on and off since 1960. The new stadium is a welcome site to the people of the Bay Area. For years there have been talks of a new venue and finally it has come to fruition.
Levi’s Stadium is located in Santa Clara, California and has a maximum seating capacity of 75,000. The new stadium is the home of Super Bowl L, which will be a momentous occasion for both the NFL and the greater San Francisco area. The naming rights were purchased by the San Francisco-based Levi Strauss & Co in May of 2013 for over $220 million. This incredible new venue also features 166 executive suites and cost over $1.2 billion to construct.
The new stadium in Santa Clara will also host the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl which was previously held at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. The Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl has a contract with the Pac-12 team which should continue to attract fans thanks to the west coast location.
With a very talented young roster led by quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the 49ers are very anxious to settle into their new home. They will have to wait one more season before they can officially make the move from “The Stick” to Levi’s Stadium in 2014 but its safe to say that football fans in the Bay Area are buzzing with excitement both with the news of Super Bowl L and the fact that they will be able to watch their team in a state-of-the-art stadium in ‘14.
The 2016 Super Bowl will be the first time that the Bay Area has hosted the Big Game in over three decades. Levi’s Stadium should also be a very popular spot for concerts down the road. Like most new venues, it will undoubtedly attract some of the top names in the music industry in the coming years.
Take a look at the Levi’s Stadium seating and get yourself accustomed to the future home of the San Francisco 49ers located at 4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way.