Levi's Stadium is an American football stadium that has served as the home venue for the National Football League (NFL)'s San Francisco since 2014. It is known as the most high-tech stadium in the world. Also, it was officially recognized as the Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal in 2015. In the same year, it received the award Venue of the Year by the Stadium Business Awards in Barcelona, Spain. Levi's Stadium was the first one that hosted an NFL team with LEED Gold Certification, featuring water and air monitors, as well as other dynamic features. The dashboard is located between the 49ers Museum and the 49ers Team Store.
Designed by HNTB and built by Turner/Devcon, Levi's Stadium was the site of the Pac-12 Football Championship Game from 2014 through 2019 before moving to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Prior to that, the game was played on the home field of the team with the best record. In 2016, Levi's Stadium hosted Super Bowl 50 and in 2019, College Football Playoff National Championship.
The cost of the venue is $1.2 billion and the capacity has almost seventy thousand seats. Every year, people from around the world travel to see this spectacular place while supporting a team or watching a show. Tickets are recommended to buy in advance for a better view. Also, there are tours available for a behind-the-scenes experience.
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