San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium

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Many years in the making, Levi’s Stadium is the first of a new generation of stadiums, influenced by the technological innovations of Silicon Valley and the food and wine culture of the region.

The design-build project officially opened in July 2014 as more than just a football facility. It has been designed as “an outdoor entertainment venue,” created with a variety of sports, events and other entertainment experiences in mind.

Levi's Stadium includes concepts and solutions  that have the potential to change stadium-design and the fan experience for many years in the future.







Media Kit Materials
 
Project Fact Sheet KEY FEATURES
• 68,500 permanent seats, expandable to 75,000
170 luxury suites
Host to Super Bowl 50 (February 2016)
White, painted steel structure, includes 529 buckling restrained braces to resist seismic loads
A "green" venue with a host of sustainable features, including a green roof
Technologically innovative
• Spectacular views of surrounding Silicon Valley
Multimodal transportation connections
  HNTB Design Team Leadership HNTB SPORTS EXPERTISE
For more than 40 years, HNTB has been a national leader in the design of sports and entertainment facilities. Signature stadium projects have included the renovation of Memorial Stadium at the University of California-Berkeley; the Michigan Stadium Expansion for the University of Michigan; the renovation of Ross-Ade Stadium for Purdue University; design of Sports Authority Field at Mile High, home of the National Football League Denver Broncos; and the new Levi’s Stadium, home to the San Francisco 49ers.
  Additional HNTB Architecture Projects SUCCESSFULLY DEVELOPING ARCHITECTURE SOLUTIONS
HNTB is committed to discovering, understanding and addressing the challenges of each distinct project to develop architectural solutions that are pragmatic and effective. We create environments that incorporate quality design and meet the needs of those who use the facility each day.


Key Opening Event Dates
  • July 17, 2014: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Reception
  • July 29 - Aug. 13, 2014: 49ers Training Camps
  • Aug. 2, 2014: First Stadium Event (Major League Soccer match, San Jose Earthquakes versus Seattle Sounders FC) 
  • Aug. 10, 2014: 49ers Fan Fest
  • Aug. 17, 2014: First Home Preseason NFL Game versus the Denver Broncos
  • Sept. 14, 2014: NFL Home Opener versus the Chicago Bears
For the latest on-site developments, see the official Levi's Stadium live view.

Alternate media contact:
Travis Taylor
Fineman PR
415-392-1000

Contact(s):
John O'Connell
816-527-2383
Sara Prem
816-527-2258


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