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Levi's StadiumSan Francisco 49ers

4900 Marie P DeBartolo Way , Santa Clara, CA, 95054

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    Levi's Stadium is the new home to the NFL's San Francisco 49ers. Construction costs are expected to be around $1.2 billion. The stadium will have a seating capacity of 68,500 that can expand to 75,000. The stadium will have 166 executive and luxury suites. Levi's Stadium will be home to the NFL Super Bowl in 2016. Levi Strauss bought the naming rights to the stadium that will be home of the 49ers. The San Jose Earthquakes of the MLS will play a match as the first game in Levi's Stadium. The stadium will host the Fight Hunger Bowl, an NCAA football game.

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    • Levi's Stadium
      4900 Marie P DeBartolo Way   Santa Clara, CA 95054
      Call at 408-579-4400

    Venue Details

    • 2014
    • $1
    • San Francisco 49ers
    • Outdoor
    • HNTB
    • Yes
    • Yes
    • 17 Elevators and 30 Escalators
    • Grass
    • 68500
    • 75000
    • 68,500 (expandable to 75,000)

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    • Historical look at NFL stadium openings

      2014-09-15 14:21:52

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    • The newest and spiffiest. Designed to have the closest seating and best possible sightlines. This is in the heart of Silicon Valley, so it will always have the latest in tech innovations. The first stadium in the US to have a Gold Certification from LEED upon opening, it uses zero outside fresh water, and generates more power than it uses over the course of a year. They are still working out parking issues, but other than that this is the best stadium in the country.
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