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Live stream of 49ers’ first open practice at Levi’s Stadium

Aug 4, 2014 at 12:09 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers will be holding their first open practice in front of fans at Levi's Stadium today. Today's practice is scheduled to begin at 1 PM Pacific. Fans are already arriving for their first glimpse of the 49ers team in their brand new home.

The practice will not be televised, but one user pointed out that the LIVE VIEW camera on Levi's Stadium's official website may be a good place to at least view it from a distance. It is unknown if the team will obstruct the view from that camera, but as of noon, it appears that they are moving the camera around showing different views of the stadium.


There are two other open practices scheduled for fans. They will take place on Friday, August 15th and Wednesday, August 20th.

The 49ers will hold their first game at Levi's Stadium on Sunday, August 17th against the Denver Broncos.

UPDATE: It appears that the live cam from Levi's Stadium has gone dark for today's practice.



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