‘Bill Walsh Field’ sign to be unveiled on Sunday

Sep 19, 2008 at 4:41 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers will unveil a "Welcome to Bill Walsh Field" sign on Sunday during the team's home game against the Detroit Lions. The sign is located in the south endzone side of Candlestick Park.

"As you know, last year we put a plaque in the tunnel where our team comes out that is dedicated to Bill Walsh. This season we wanted to have something for our fans to see," said Jason Jenkins, the Director of Public Relations Operations for the 49ers.

The following is what the sign will look like.






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