7-7, 3rd in NFC West
In 2014, state-of-the-art Levi's Stadium replaced historic Candlestick Park as the home of the San Francisco 49ers.
The structure is billed as the next generation of stadium design, boasting a one-of-a-kind green roof sitting atop the suite tower on the west side of the stadium. Hundreds of solar panels are used in the three solar bridges that connect the main parking area to the stadium.
The $1.2 billion venue extends 1.85 million square feet, features 165 luxury suites and 8,500 club seats, and is environmentally friendly.
-- Information from the Levi's Stadium website was used in this overview
Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter. Infants and children are not allowed to sit free on a parent's lap.
No cans, bottles or alcohol (food and non-alcoholic beverages are OK, but beverage containers must be plastic) are permitted. Small ice chests allowed, but they must be able to fit underneath a seat (14 inches wide, by 13 inches high, by 15 inches deep). Smoking is prohibited throughout the stadium, except for designated areas and concourse between the lower and upper deck.
4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way
Santa Clara, CA 95054
The stadium is located near several major highways and expressways, including Highways 101, 237, 880, as well as the Lawrence Expressway and San Tomas Expressway.
For complete directions, consult the team's website.
There is plenty of parking located within a short walking distance of Levi'sŪ Stadium. On game days, pre-paid parking passes and limited cash lots will be available to fans.
For additional information on parking and tailgating, check out the team's site.
Consult the 49ers team website for public transportation details.