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Levi's Stadium pics and info...

Originally posted by Mertonschickendance:
Can somebody state why this is the most high-tech stadium? I've heard about the wifi, but what else? lol

Many reasons but the biggest reason is because the greatest f**king team in the history of all sports will be playing there and calling it home!!!
[ Edited by CWin4949 on May 17, 2014 at 5:43 PM ]
Originally posted by Mertonschickendance:
Can somebody state why this is the most high-tech stadium? I've heard about the wifi, but what else? lol

I've read that you can order food, check bathroom lines and solar energy along with recycled water for the field gets high grades with the green energy folks.
Originally posted by NeonNiner:
The configuration of the tower of suites and press boxes in the large lower bowl, not fully enclosed bowl, and two open corners are similar. Doesn't appear to have much triple/upper deck seating like Levi's though. Looks like the tower + lower bowl.




Call me crazy but it looks to me like detroits lower bowl is bigger than ours? What happen to "Biggest lower bowl in the nfl"?
Originally posted by THEB:
Call me crazy but it looks to me like detroits lower bowl is bigger than ours? What happen to "Biggest lower bowl in the nfl"?

Did you count the seats? They usually go by that instead of eye test fwiw
I doubt they would lie about that and even if they did someone would have called them out on it by now
Originally posted by CWin4949:
Crazy, but they are very similar to each other as far as seating layout and open coners and the club seating., great eye to whoever pointed this out....

twas i

uhhh urr welcome! ;)
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by CWin4949:
Crazy, but they are very similar to each other as far as seating layout and open coners and the club seating., great eye to whoever pointed this out....

twas i

uhhh urr welcome! ;)

Excellent job, at first I couldn't really see it, but after a few bong hits, I thought the Niners moved to Detroit....
Originally posted by ModestoNiner33:
Originally posted by Mertonschickendance:
Can somebody state why this is the most high-tech stadium? I've heard about the wifi, but what else? lol

I've read that you can order food, check bathroom lines and solar energy along with recycled water for the field gets high grades with the green energy folks.

Pretty much. The solar power will generate all the power that the 10 games will require for the year. The green roof is one of a kind. It helps cool the building, requiring less energy. It's built with all the modern green materials. Like modesto said, the app is connected to the whole stadium, so you can check bathroom line length at every bathroom, order food from any seat (not just club), watch HD instant replays, and a few other things.
Originally posted by 4ML:
Did you count the seats? They usually go by that instead of eye test fwiw

Levis lower bowl averages 32 rows of seats per section. Ford fiel averages 41. Heres a seat map per section for ford fields lower bowl

Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by ModestoNiner33:
Originally posted by Mertonschickendance:
Can somebody state why this is the most high-tech stadium? I've heard about the wifi, but what else? lol

I've read that you can order food, check bathroom lines and solar energy along with recycled water for the field gets high grades with the green energy folks.

Pretty much. The solar power will generate all the power that the 10 games will require for the year. The green roof is one of a kind. It helps cool the building, requiring less energy. It's built with all the modern green materials. Like modesto said, the app is connected to the whole stadium, so you can check bathroom line length at every bathroom, order food from any seat (not just club), watch HD instant replays, and a few other things.

The partnership with Sony means that the whole stadium will be outfitted with top of the line displays. The 49ers museum will benefit the most from this because it has been said that the museum will feature "interactive technology" curtesy of Sony.
Originally posted by THEB:
Originally posted by NeonNiner:
The configuration of the tower of suites and press boxes in the large lower bowl, not fully enclosed bowl, and two open corners are similar. Doesn't appear to have much triple/upper deck seating like Levi's though. Looks like the tower + lower bowl.




Call me crazy but it looks to me like detroits lower bowl is bigger than ours? What happen to "Biggest lower bowl in the nfl"?

The first and 2nd level are both considered "lower bowl". Only the 3rd and 4th are considered upper. So you have to add them together.
Originally posted by THEB:
Levis lower bowl averages 32 rows of seats per section. Ford fiel averages 41. Heres a seat map per section for ford fields lower bowl


I'm calling BS on your little seating chart....the dude in the commercial spreading money out to the empty seats said Levi's had many more...
I just realized looking at this pic that they must really be planning on hosting a lot of major soccer events. That's pretty much the only reason to make the grass area so wide. The only thing I can think of that would require that much grass is a full size regulation FIFA field.


[ Edited by StOnEy333 on May 17, 2014 at 6:57 PM ]
Originally posted by THEB:
Call me crazy but it looks to me like detroits lower bowl is bigger than ours? What happen to "Biggest lower bowl in the nfl"?

The photo below I edited from the original picture I posted. What's not blacked out is considered the lower bowl. The rest are the upper decks.



Kind of confusing but with that in mind, looks to me just as big (probably bigger) as Ford Field's.

I'm not sure how much capacity Ford Field's lower bowl holds but Levi's will hold about 45,000 (most in the NFL) out of the 68,000-69,000 seats (2/3 capacity).

Link
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
I just realized looking at this pic that they must really be planning on hosting a lot of major soccer events. That's pretty much the only reason to make the grass area so wide. The only thing I can think of that would require that much grass is a full size regulation FIFA field.



I think this pic has been widened by the lens, I don't think it's to scale.