49ers open new Santa Clara stadium website

Jun 9, 2010 at 10:10 AM--


After Measure J was announced as a success late last night, the San Francisco 49ers were quick to unveil their new stadium website at 49ersnewstadium.com.

Phil Barber of the Press Democrat says the following in his blog entry this morning:

They had a billboard printed up, all ready to be set in place at the site of the proposed 68,500-seat stadium off of Tasman Drive and bathed in light in the wee hours of election night. And they had a web site designed, one click away from reality as the votes were tallied.

The team already has a waiting list set up on the website for fans willing to put down money right now for seats. Season ticket holders, of course, will have priority.

Outside of ticket information, the new stadium website features stadium information, images, an FAQ, and more.

http://www.49ersnewstadium.com



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