Super Bowl 50
The National Football League is launching a year-long Super Bowl celebration to commemorate Super Bowl 50, with gold-themed additions to stadium fields, logos, apparel – along with events to mark the golden anniversary of the title game.
After a blur of off-season personnel changes, one NFL team is emerging as a favorite to win Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium – the Indianapolis Colts with new running back and former San Francisco 49er Frank Gore.
Jennifer and Joe Montana have joined KPIX 5 as special contributors and featured members of the station’s broadcast team during the 2015 NFL season and Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium on February 7, 2016.
It’s the countdown happening all across the Bay Monday — it’s officially 50 weeks until Super Bowl 50. Kiet Do has more on what’s on tap to build up all the hype for the big game.
Hundreds of small business owners gathered in Oakland this week to try to win a piece of the Super Bowl 50 pie. They’re hoping for a slice of the millions of dollars in contracts organizers of next year’s game in Santa Clara will hand out.
The city of Santa Clara’s electrical utility announced Thursday it would partner with a tech company to install a $2 million wireless system near Levi’s Stadium to alleviate phone and data congestion before the stadium hosts the 2016 Super Bowl.
Dream of cashing in on Super Bowl 50 by turning your home into a rental? Learn a few lessons from the Super Bowl XLIX playbook, so you don’t miss out like the Seahawks did in the final seconds of the rental game.
Looking for Joe and Jennifer Montana at sophisticated soirees? Sitting ourtside or in box seats at the games? Montana watchers had better appreciate the great outdoors if they want to get a glimpse of this power couple.
Four-time Super Bowl winner and San Francisco 49ers Hall of Famer Joe Montana believes the 49ers have a good chance of playing the next Super Bowl in their home stadium, despite their subpar 2014 season and their offseason coaching changes.
When this high-powered, NFL sports couple married in 1985, gas cost a dollar a gallon, shoulder pads and pleated pants were the rage, and Madonna was, well, like a Virgin. As a couple, the Montanas have survived five presidencies, 3 Popes, and some 30 Super Bowls — in an era where almost half of all American marriages end in divorce.