As America leaves Super Bowl XLIX in the rearview mirror, the Bay Area Super Bowl 50 committee is already in high gear counting down to the biggest party the Bay Area has ever seen.
Watching the big game on the big screen is great. But seeing it from the grid iron is priceless. Well… not exactly. Getting up close and personal at Super Bowl 50, is going to come with a steep price tag.
Super Bowl 50 next year at Levi’s Stadium may be 347 days away, but the charity fund that the organizing committee hopes will be the lasting legacy of the game is well-funded already, so much so that it’s looking for five local non-profits that will receive grants of up to half a million dollars. The deadline to apply for this current round is Saturday, January 31st, 2015.
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You can be a part of the countdown to Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium, the home of the San Francisco 49ers.
Rumors have been flying as to the fate of 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, and the future looks bleak. On Sunday night, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported that Harbaugh would be leaving San Francisco “within 24-48 hours […]
While the 49ers are playing their last two games for pride, the San Diego Chargers are fighting for a playoff spot. They meet Saturday at Levi’s Stadium in a game that will be broadcast on KPIX 5 at 5:25 p.m.
Police in Santa Clara broke a baton on an Oregon man’s leg as they tried to subdue him at the Pac-12 championship game at Levi’s Stadium Friday night in an incident that was caught on camera.
Marcus Mariota made his final case for the Heisman Trophy, and No. 3 Oregon left no doubt about whether the Pac-12 champions will get a chance to play for the national title.
You may have bypassed season tickets to the 49ers this season thinking you could get the best deal on seeing the Niners when they play in Oakland. If you waited until the seats were on the secondary market, you were wrong.