49ers add Super Bowl flags to Levi’s Stadium

Sep 14, 2015 at 4:59 PM--


Chris Biderman of Niners Digest pointed out a new addition to Levi's Stadium. The San Francisco 49ers have put up five flags in honor of the team's five Super Bowl championships.

It's a little windy at Levi's Stadium right now so the flags should be flying high tonight.






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