Super Bowl 50
The San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee is launching a holiday campaign to address childhood hunger in the Bay Area during the 49ers-Raiders game.
Santa Clara officials have unveiled a dozen additional events leading up to the 2016 Super Bowl at Levi’s Stadium, but taxpayers could end up footing the bill.
Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara is 445 days away. The big sporting event means big opportunities for local businesses, and entrepreneurs are already lining up for a slice of the action.
In a new program being rolled out this week, the NFL is expanding its outreach to include LGBT businesses for contracting opportunities during the 50th anniversary Super Bowl.
The inaugural 49ers season will provide a blueprint for how to move tens of thousands of football fans between downtown San Francisco and the new stadium in Santa Clara during Super Bowl 50, event planners said Thursday.
The collection of organizers tasked with putting on the biggest single-day sporting event on earth is getting down to business after officially kicking off the planning efforts for Super Bowl 50 Thursday.
Condoleezza Rice, Charles Schwab, Steve Young, Yahoo!’s Marissa Mayer Join Dignitaries Advising San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl Host Committee
The Super Bowl 50 Host Committee advisers read like a who’s who list of Bay Area dignitaries, working to make the 2016 Super Bowl iconic, and different from the previous 49 games.
The National Football League has unveiled the logo for the 50th anniversary edition of the Super Bowl to be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara – and it’s a break from tradition.
Come the first 49ers game, or Super Bowl L, there will be plenty of beer and football inside the new Levi’s Stadium, but don’t expect to tap your own keg, toss a football, play a bugle, spill any substance, or bring your pet Gila monster.