This year, the 50th Super Bowl will be held this February at Levi’s Stadium. The Santa Clara, California based home of the San Francisco 49ers has been acknowledged for its wide range of features and advanced technology which ensure the greatest fan experience possible. In preparation for one of the biggest games of the year, here are 6 things you didn’t know about Levi’s Stadium.
- The $1.2 billion venue is 1.85 million square feet, seats about 68,500 people, and includes 165 luxury suites.
- The stadium includes the Yahoo! Fantasy Football Lounge, available to those in the luxury suites. Multiple screens int he lounge allow fans to monitor their teams throughout the game.
- Levi’s Stadium is one of the most technologically advanced stadiums in the world. It is designed to fill the downtime of the live game with the information and features that you get to enjoy when watching on TV at home with the goal of enhancing the fan experience.
- The stadium also has about 1,700 high-tech beacons that can be used to give people directions to their seats and send them alerts about specials and promotions from concession stands.
- There is a Levi’s Stadium smartphone and tablet app that guides users to their seats, bathrooms with the shortest line, and the parking lot. It also let’s fans watch replays during the game and order food and drink to be delivered to their seats.
- It’s a sustainable stadium and consumes PV electricity that is generated through NRG Energy solar-paneled pedestrian bridges and the NRG Solar Terrace, a solar-paneled roof deck.
As we approach Super Bowl 50, stay tuned for all the updates and information you need to prep for the big game!