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Levi’s Stadium returns to its true colors

Feb 17, 2016 at 10:11 PM--


Levi's Stadium spent the better part of January getting itself ready for Super Bowl 50, which included banners and logos for the two participating teams, the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers.

Today, ten days after the Broncos' 24-10 victory, a photo of Levi's Stadium was shared on social media showing the home of the San Francisco 49ers returning to its true colors. It's certainly a more familiar look for the Niner Faithful.


Many areas of the stadium, which were inaccessible during preparations for the Super Bowl and following the game itself, reopened this week. Super Bowl 50 was the first NFL championship game in the Bay Area since 1985.





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