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NBC Sports Bay Area imagines Levi’s Stadium at Candlestick Point

Apr 8, 2020 at 2:18 PM--


Do you ever wonder what it would be like if the San Francisco 49ers had remained in the city of the team's namesake, rather than move south to Santa Clara? What would the Levi's Stadium experience have looked like if the complex had been built on the grounds of the now-gone Candlestick Park rather than next to the team's existing headquarters?

What does Levi's Stadium at Candlestick Point look like?

NBC Sports Bay Area mocked up some photos imagining how the 49ers' home might have looked had the team never moved about 40 miles south. Aside from the parking and traffic problems that plagued Candlestick Park, it is an interesting scenario to wonder about.

Photos courtesy of Ali Thanawalla of NBC Sports Bay Area.


Which would you have preferred? Levi's Stadium as it is in Santa Clara or the stadium built at Candlestick Point in San Francisco? Share your opinion in the comments below.





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