In the San Francisco 49ers regular season swan song of Candlestick Park Monday night, at least one person was hurt and several others were arrested, a police sergeant said.
The last game played at Candlestick Park lived up to expectations. The contest had it all, and was an exciting, memorable end to a...
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A ticket to the game of a lifetime at Candlestick Park ended with the theft of a lifetime memory, just days before Christmas. As Stephen Schilling leapt to his feet to cheer the game-winning interception that sent the 49ers to the playoffs Monday night, a thief ripped a family heirloom off the back of his stadium seat, and snuck away into the roar of the crowd.
“This is a big game for the 49ers,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew. San Francisco can clinch a playoff spot with a victory. “I think it’s important for them to play well, to keep up the momentum they got from last week. One of the things is I don’t think they can get over-enthusiastic about this last game at Candlestick…”
Everything at Monday’s final regular season game will celebrate the iconic 1960 structure and all the history that happened within it.
Although the 49ers play their last regular season home game on Monday, the stadium will still host a number of events before it is demolished.