Super Bowl 50 is just a countdown away on February 7, 2016 kicking off at 3:25 p.m. This annual championship is the highest level of professional football in America. Since 1967 , every game has been named with Roman numerals; however, this year the National Football League (NFL) has decided to drop Roman numerals and is calling it Super Bowl 50.
Super Bowl 50 will be played this year on Sunday, February 7 at the Levi’s Stadium located in Santa Clara, California, also known as the home of the San Francisco 49ers. Located 40 miles from San Francisco, Levi’s Stadium has a natural grass field and is designed as an open stadium.
If you plan to go, get the best seats NOW! In addition to regular seats, Super Bowl fans have the option of renting Luxury Suites. Divided into four levels of stadium seating, the stadium has a seating capacity of 68,500, but since this is a major Super Bowl event, it may be extended to accommodate 75,000 people. Fans will be booking tickets from all across America, and there is going to be a huge scramble to get the best seats for the game. The center of the stadium will give the best view of the game besides the 49ers club seating with a private entrance, food concessions and nearby restrooms.
This $1.2 billion stadium is supposedly the largest building registered with the U.S Green Building Council, providing environment-friendly features, like green roof and solar panels. The Silicon Valley is known for its high technology, integrating a stadium-wide Wi-Fi network for fans.
Super Bowl 50 is going to attract thousands of football fans, with dozens of events and lots of partying. Located in the centre of the Silicon Valley, the stadium is accessible via freeways and major highways including U.S Route 101, California State Route 237, Interstate 280 and 880. Easily accessible by public transportation like light rail and bus lines too, hordes of fan will be in a frenzy to attend the spectacular performance of the Super Bowl 50 event. History will be created once again at the fiftieth milestone of the Super Bowl game.
CalTrain services are available to Mountain View so fans can check out their services at www.caltrain.com, in addition to Santa Clara Valley Transport Authority www.vta.org/lightrail, Altamont Commuter Express Rail www.acerail.com, Amtrak Capitol Corridor www.capitolcorridor.org, and Bay Area Rapid Transit www.bart.gov.
Bicyclists can take the auto routes or take the adjacent San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail and will be provided a bicycle valet service and storage of more than 750 bicycles, but it could be extended for more if required. Pedestrians will be rerouted via Agnew Road, Mission College Blvd, Great America Parkway past the Santa Clara Convention Center, and then back to the San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail.
The city of Santa Clara and the 49ers have a list of things that fans will not be allowed to bring or do. Please go through a list of what is permitted inside the stadium before you decide to bring your pet python to the Super Bowl game.
There will be a post-game service for passengers with two special trains that will take you from Mountain View to San Francisco, and they will depart 45 minutes after the 49ers games and the second is scheduled about 25 minutes right after. On regular game days, northbound and southbound trains will run at their normal scheduled times.
No matter how you plan to get there, you will need tickets. Go to www.ZeroNoseBleeds.com and get your tickets today!