Levi’s® Stadium is the Home of the San Francisco 49ers and the premier sports and entertainment venue in the world. Levi’s® Stadium is known for being the most high-tech stadium in the world and was officially recognized as Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal in May of 2015, and followed that award one month later by being named Venue of Year by the The Stadium Business Awards in Barcelona, Spain.
Check out the current events calendar of what’s happening at Levi’s® Stadium.
For the true 49ers fan, a visit to the 49ers Museum is a must do. Click here to Visit the Museum website.
Tours of the Stadium, from Group Tours to Youth and Art Tours, guests can learn all about the facility.
Levi’s® Stadium is located in the heart of Silicon Valley in Santa Clara, CA at 4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way and Tasman Avenue.
Stanford University Stadium
Stanford Stadium was redesigned in 2006, making the Home of Stanford Football one of the premier college football facilities in the nation. Originally built in 1921, Stanford Stadium played host to many historic events including Herbert Hoover's 1928 presidential nomination acceptance speech, US-USSR track & field meet in 1962, several Olympic soccer matches in 1984, Super Bowl XIX, FIFA World Cup soccer matches is 1994, FIFA Women's World Cup soccer matches in 1999, several San Jose Earthquakes MLS soccer matches, and of course, numerous college football games.
The $100 million new stadium project began on November 26, 2005, moments after Stanford's final game of the season versus Notre Dame. The project was completed in an unprecedented 42 weeks, in time to host the Cardinal's 2006 home opener versus Navy on September 16, 2006. The state-of-the-art stadium is set in a park-like setting among groves of eucalyptus, oaks, and redwoods.
View the current Stanford University Football Schedule.
Stanford Stadium is located in the heart of Silicon Valley in Stanford, CA at 625 Nelson Road, Stanford, CA, 94305.
Oracle Park is home to the San Francisco Giants and is located along the San Francisco Bay with breathtaking views of the Bay, Marina and Bay Bridge. Classic in design, the famous urban ballpark opened on April 11, 2000 and was chosen as the “2008 Sports Facility of the Year” by Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily as part of the inaugural Sports Business Awards program. Highlights at the park include an inspiring nine-foot statue of America's greatest living ballplayer, Willie Mays, at the public entrance; Portuguese water dogs who fetch home runs that splash into McCovey Cove and an 80-foot soda bottle with playground slides. Other events to catch at Oracle Park include concerts featuring world-renowned musical artists, races, the opera and more. A behind-the-scenes ballpark tour is also available providing you an inside look of the places only players and staff go.
View the current Oracle Park schedule of games.
Oracle Park is located in San Francisco at 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107.