A potential farewell concert by Paul McCartney at Candlestick Park may move from the 49ers old home to their new home in Santa Clara.
The development company that will reshape the Candlestick Park area after the structure is demolished has released a video of what they expect the site to look like upon completion.
The last game played at Candlestick Park lived up to expectations. The contest had it all, and was an exciting, memorable end to a stadium that has treated fans to countless thrilling moments in the past. The game produced a finish and player that will never be forgotten in San Francisco.
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.
So now that The 49ers’ faithful have already bid farewell to their beloved Candlestick park Monday night, the question is what happen next—and when?
With the Falcons threatening to take the lead at the end of the last regular season game at Candlestick Park, NaVorro Bowman picked off a broken up pass and sealed a 49ers playoff berth with an 89 yard race to the end zone.
NaVorro Bowman returned an interception 89 yards for a touchdown with 1:10 remaining, and the San Francisco 49ers clinched a playoff berth with a wild 34-24 victory against the Atlanta Falcons on Monday night in the final regular-season game at Candlestick Park.
With the San Francisco 49ers playing their last regular-season game ever at Candlestick Park Monday night, police will be out in full force to make sure fans behave themselves.
“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…”
In the late 1950s, San Francisco was making good on a deal. They had promised the Giants a new stadium if they moved west from New York.