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Levi's Stadium pics and info...

Originally posted by zillabeast:
IT....IS.....COMING! NEARAGH!!!!!

If Measure J passes today, it does not ensure the 49ers will be moving out of Candlestick Park -- and San Francisco. But it will be a necessary first step in a process the 49ers hope will lead to the opening of a stadium across the street from their year-round practice facility in Santa Clara for the 2014 NFL season.
mm

Now all the Niners have to do is raise up to $300 million in the private sector, and convince judge Goodell to have the NFL chip in $150 for a stadium for 1 team.......
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by zillabeast:
IT....IS.....COMING! NEARAGH!!!!!

If Measure J passes today, it does not ensure the 49ers will be moving out of Candlestick Park -- and San Francisco. But it will be a necessary first step in a process the 49ers hope will lead to the opening of a stadium across the street from their year-round practice facility in Santa Clara for the 2014 NFL season.
mm

Now all the Niners have to do is raise up to $300 million in the private sector, and convince judge Goodell to have the NFL chip in $150 for a stadium for 1 team.......


Do it.
http://www.49ersnewstadium.com/#/home
Originally posted by phatbutskinny:
http://www.49ersnewstadium.com/#/home

That theme music playing on the site gets your pretty jacked up. Whoooooo!
I have no problem whatsoever with the stadium design...it puts the fans right on top of the field, where they should be. Another biggee from management standpoint are the luxury boxes. It's where all teams make their money...and being in Santa Clara, it'll be attractive to Commissioner Goodell to bring the Super Bowl back to the Bay Area. Really, folks, it's all good.
  • DJD
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Jed was just on knbr, he talked about the new web site and boom, down it goes. Too many hits.

Will have to check it out later.
Originally posted by DJD:
Jed was just on knbr, he talked about the new web site and boom, down it goes. Too many hits.

Will have to check it out later.

in one of the interior photos it seems like the team is walking into what looks like a suite, what's up with that
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by DJD:
Jed was just on knbr, he talked about the new web site and boom, down it goes. Too many hits.

Will have to check it out later.

in one of the interior photos it seems like the team is walking into what looks like a suite, what's up with that

They didn't do it justice, but it's supposed to be the same as what the Cowboys have where the fans can see the players as they enter the field....I think....



On another note, dang man! I am soooo excited! As a season ticket holder who's been waiting since 1994 after our last SB for a new stadium, I couldn't be happier with the progress THIS plan has made since 2006.

I love everything about this stadium from its being "Green" to the "openness" of the stadium plus all the great technology that will be implemented as a direct result of the partnerships with Silicon Valley Co's, love it!

The best part, I can pee without the tiles falling on me!



I keed, I keed. Seriously though, good times ahead!

On a side note, I feel sorry for the I-Phone users who can't use Flash because this site is all Flash.
Could we share the stadium with the soccer team? I'm not sure when their season begins but would that be a better option than sharing with the Raiders?

I just think that including the Raiders is going to slow down the process a lot, since they will probably have their own stadium ideas.
Question from a Canadian visitor:

I came to San Fran for a game in 2008 and I'm looking to do the same after the stadium is built. If I come to the city, how easy will it be to get to the stadium and back to San Fran? Is the transit accessible and cheap? Is it close? Can someone shed some light...?

[ Edited by Canadian49er on Jun 9, 2010 at 10:07:18 ]
Originally posted by Canadian49er:
Question from a Canadian visitor:

I came to San Fran for a game in 2008 and I'm looking to do the same in 2010. If I come to the city, how easy will it be to get to the stadium and back to San Fran? Is the transit accessible and cheap? Is it close? Can someone shed some light...?

good question I live in Dc and plan to fly out to see a game but I don't want to stay in Santa Clara I want to stay in San Fran
Originally posted by Canadian49er:
Question from a Canadian visitor:

I came to San Fran for a game in 2008 and I'm looking to do the same after the stadium is built. If I come to the city, how easy will it be to get to the stadium and back to San Fran? Is the transit accessible and cheap? Is it close? Can someone shed some light...?

The CALtrain runs back and forth from SF down to SC/SJ all day, it's about $6 for one way right now.
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Originally posted by Envy:
What happens when it rains?

Then real football is played.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by Envy:
What happens when it rains?

Then real football is played.

and you get wet
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by Envy:
What happens when it rains?

Then real football is played.

and you get wet

Rain games are the best games to go to.