Super Bowl L
Pro wrestling’s largest event is coming to Silicon Valley in 2015. The new 49ers stadium in Santa Clara will host to WrestleMania 31, less than a year before it plays host to the Super Bowl.
In 2016, the NFL celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl and because of the Bay Area Super Bowl Committee’s efforts, that celebration will be happening here in the Bay Area.
Goodbye cold, grungy Candlestick Park. Hello high tech, shiny new Levi’s Stadium. Fifty-four years after $32 million Candlestick Park opened, the 49ers are building a new, $1.2 billion showcase of a stadium.
This week’s vote by the NFL to play Super Bowl L at the new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara in 2016 – and name San Francisco as official host city – will create an interesting dynamic between SF and the South Bay.
The Bay Area bid to host the 2016 Super Bowl was approved Tuesday at a meeting of 32 National Football League team owners in Boston.
San Francisco’s political leaders were in the middle of celebrating the Golden State Warriors’ achievements when Mayor Lee received a note that said his city won the bid to host the 50th Super Bowl.
A delegation that included San Francisco 49ers executives, regional business leaders and community advocates was en route Monday to Boston, for Tuesday’s presentation to NFL owners in a bid to land the 2016 Super Bowl.
The Bay Area Super Bowl Committee will travel to Boston next week to personally present their bid for the 50th installment of the big game and they’re getting pledges from Google, Apple, Gap, Intel and Yahoo in order to seal the deal.
After weeks of closed-door negotiations, Santa Clara city leaders are expected to agree to the NFL’s demands to host the 50th Super Bowl in February 2016.
The American Academy of Neurology has issued new recommendations for athletes suspected of suffering concussions, including that they be removed from competition immediately and returned only when they’re cleared by a health professional.