If you are going to a San Francisco 49ers game, Super Bowl, Stadium Series, Wrestlemaina knowing where to park at Levi’s Stadium is essential. Levi’s Stadium parking can be a bit confusing. You can only access certain Levi’s Stadium parking lots form specific freeways!
The Niners & Levi’s Stadium has set up a great interactive parking page that allows you to click and view specific lot numbers and get detailed directions to take. Since you can only access certain lots via certain freeways. We can’t stress enough the importance of checking out the page. It will help keep your frustration to a minimum.
This first video below covers all the various Levi’s Stadium parking lots. It is an overview of Levi’s Stadium Parking.
Overall Levi’s Stadium Parking Video (Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Purple lots)
Levis Stadium Parking Red Lot Video
Levis Stadium Parking Green Lot Video
–The Levi’s Stadium Green Lot can cost $40.00 to park. It is close to the 101 ramp. Very quick to get on the 101 after a game.
– Try and park in the Levi’s Stadium Parking lot that is Green. It has the best entry and exit out of the stadium. If not try the Marriott parking lot and walk it.
Levi’s Stadium Parking Blue Lot Video
– We purchased Blue Lot passes and there was no signage to direct us where the blue lot was. We kept pulling into various lots for directions. It’s about 30 block walk for the Levi’s Stadium Parking Blue Lot to the Stadium.
– We were in the Blue Parking lot which wasn’t paved. Trying to BBQ we at gravel dust with our food.
Levi’s Stadium Parking Yellow Lot Video
Here are some other Levi’s Stadium Parking Suggestions
Parking starts at $40, so try the VTA bus (no one is EVER on the #60-which drops you 3 blocks from the stadium and costs $2–and there are a number of bus options. Check them all out to save money and hassle of driving in. Light rail is another option-but far more crowded.
Try the VTS bus. No one is ever on the #60. The VTA bus drops you off about three blocks from Levi’s Stadium. It costs $2.00. Way cheaper then Levi’s Stadium Parking lots.
Schedule plenty of time to walk to the stadium it can be far from most Levi’s Stadium parking lots.
We got dropped off by UBER to avoid the $60.00 parking fee.
Take the light rail from the Milpitas Area. Very easy and took about 30 minutes. Cost was $5.00 round trip. The Con – It costs $20 to park at the VTA.
If you park in Lot 5 it’s about 2 miles from the stadium. They have no trolleys, buses or tram’s to transport fans.
We took UBER to the game. Avoided all the Levi’s Stadium parking problems. Got in and out quick.
The reviews and views of Levi’s Stadium parking based on individual reviews and not reflective of all views. For the most current Levi’s stadium parking information we highly recommend viewing the official site.
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Levi’s Stadium Guide
Here is a guide to the 1.3 billion dollar Levi’s Stadium located in Santa Clara and home to the San Francisco 49ers.
Seating at Levi’s Stadium.
We sat in section 124 and had a great view! Even in the corner we could still see everything. We felt really close to the field and action. The view for every seat is a lot closer since the field is smaller compared to Candlestick.
I sat in the lower sections, 111 and also in 203 and both times sucked! Sun was blazing on my face and I left with bad sunburn even though I had sunscreen and a hat on.
If you have the chance to sit in the West End of Levi’s Stadium facing East. The East side can get brutally hot.
If you’re sitting in the 300 section be prepared to climb a good amount of flights of stairs.
Once we go to our seats in the 300 section (what, was that 12 flights of stairs I had to climb
The very top level and top rows can be a bit scary if you have a fear of heights. They are at an angle to “give you a better view of the action” but they are just really high up there.
I hated the view from the 400s. I had to keep looking at the screen to see what was going on. The screen itself is massive and crystal clear but still not a great view of the actual field or action. Bring Binoculars!
The actual seats in the general area of seating (non club level or suites) are extremely tiny and with really not much leg room at all. If you’re going to sitting up there ask for an aisle seat if your taller than 5’11.
The 400 level and the majority of the 200 & 300 sections are in direct sunlight on the visitors side.
The seats in the VIP Area’s, Club and Suite levels are amazing. They are cushioned and padded. If you get a chance to sit there take it!
The stadium seats are actually quite comfortable depending on your size and when you’re away from the sunny side, Each seat comes equipped with a drink holder at the back which you can also use for your phone.
Seat Views From the 100 Level at Levi’s Stadium.
Seat Views From the 200 Level at Levi’s Stadium.
Seat Views From the 400 Level at Levis Stadium.
Seat Views From the 500 Level at Levi’s Stadium.
Eating At Levi’s Stadium:
The nachos are not your typical nachos covered in fake yellow/orange cheese. Levis Stadium kicked it up a notch with much better real cheese although it is thin and runs straight to the bottom of the tray.
Levis Stadiums offers wide variety of different foods from shrimp sando at the Seafood Counter, Curry Buns, Chicken Fingers, Chicken Tikka Marsala, Panini’s and so forth. The Garlic Fries were just mediocre and not large enough.
The BBQ Brisket Sandwich was $14.00 and not filling. The Jalapeno Cheddar Brawurst was just ok at best. The sausage stand only had a couple types of sausages. Way over priced.
A bottle of water is $5.75 and a beer is $11.00. The amount of food they give you a Levis Stadium are tiny and wasn’t worth the cost. At the United Club Lounge its even pricier with a Jager shot costing $14.00.
The lines were not terribly long but it still took a long time because of how slow the staff was.
Parking at Levis Stadium
I parked maybe a quarter of a mile away from the stadium $40.00 for parking is crazy. It wasn’t too far of a walk.
Green Lot 4 – We parked in Green Lot 4. Its $40.00 to park there but it’s close to the 101 ramp. There still is a bit of a walk to the Stadium but worth it to park in the Green Lot 4 because you don’t have to wait more than a couple minutes to get on the 101 from it.
Red Lot 1 – They don’t allow anyone until just before 1:00pm if it’s a late game. It was literally a parking lot just to get into the parking lot.
There are several overflow parking available. We opted to park across Great America Parkway in a business office building lot.
If your thinking about taking the Bart just realize that it doesn’t start to take people back until after the game ends. You can’t leave early. There is also a huge line of people waiting to get on.
Bathrooms at Levi’s Stadium
There are plenty of bathrooms all around the stadium. Spacious bathrooms with lots of stalls. Automatic warm water and paper towel dispensers. The bathrooms stay reasonably clean, even towards the end of the game.
The guards at the electric gate were pretty friendly. There were lots of security guards around as well as customer service representatives.
Tailgating at Levi’s Stadium
Green Lots 1,2,3 have lots of tents, food, drinks and great fans.
Green Lot 1 & Blue Lot 1 & 2 have open flame tailgating. They are smaller and less rowdy but hardcore tailgaters.
Levi’s Stadium app
The Levi’s stadium app is super useful. Rack up yards to spend on signed jerseys, field passes, etc. It’s also great for scanning in to the stadium. Makes the process super easy + efficient.
San Francisco 49ers Ticket Prices
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Stadium Series Tickets Levi’s Stadium
The NHL Stadium Series game between the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks at Levi’s Stadium is on Feb 21st. Stadium Series tickets average $225.00 per ticket.
2016 Super Bowl Tickets Levi’s Stadium
2016 Super Bowl Tickets for Levi’s Stadium will average $2500.00 per ticket. The 2015 Super Bowl in Arizona was one of the most expensive tickets for any sporting event averaging over $10,000 per ticket.
Levis Stadium Seating Charts
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BY: Chris M.
Smith’s legal issues are the latest in a handful of off-the-field incidents the 49ers are dealing with this season. Chris Culliver, an important part of the 49ers revamped secondary, will soon be charged for a recent hit and run incident. The 49ers are likely to hold onto Culliver, who will play a major role for the team due to the loss of multiple cornerbacks in free agency. This past week quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s name came up in relation to a “suspicious incident” that Miami police are still investigating. It’s unknown whether or not Kaepernick will be charged with anything, but any potential drama around Kaepernick will be yet another distraction for the franchise. It’s been an eventful offseason, beginning with rumors that the team actually looked to trade Head Coach Jim Harbaugh to the Cleveland Browns. The Harbaugh story was followed by a tough free agency period where more of the 49ers impressive defensive depth was picked apart by NFL free agency.The potential loss of Smith may be a major blow to the 49ers pass rush. Smith forms a tremendous combination with defensive end Justin Smith. Couple the loss of Aldon Smith with the devastating knee injury that NaVorro Bowman is returning from and the 49ers linebacker corps is clearly diminished. Bowman is a unique player, an every down player, who will likely be replaced by a handful of players as well as changes in scheme. With the 49ers secondary rebuilding, including new safety Antoine Bethea, a solid pass rush will be important. Corey Lemonair, who showed flashes of brilliance in his rookie season, is the logical replacement for Smith. San Francisco also has a massive number of draft picks in the upcoming NFL draft, with ample opportunity to pick up potential pass rush talent.
Whether or not they can find a player who can average a sack a game, like Smith, is another story. In an offseason where they were forced to replace exiting talent at several positions, the distraction of another Smith incident is exactly what the 49ers didn’t need. With Seattle coming off of a Super Bowl title the 49ers will need their typical elite defense. If they are unable to make up for their losses on the defensive side of the football they could be looking at another wild card run next season. By Chris Cabrera
Culliver is in the final year of his contract and the 49ers would save $1.4 million by cutting him loose. It may be popular from a public perception standpoint to cut Culliver loose but it sets up legitimate depth problems for the team. San Francisco did sign Chris Cook away from the Vikings during the free agency period. Cook is a skilled player who wore out his welcome in Minnesota, which included a felony assault trial. The 49ers ability to develop players could do wonders for Cook, but it’s hard to imagine he’ll turn into an elite player immediately. If Culliver is cut they could conceivably turn to Carlos Rogers, or a veteran like Champ Bailey, if he has anything left in the tank. Either way a position that was once an area of massive strength for the organization is in serious doubt, putting pressure on the remaining players to step up and perform and giving the team a small margin for error when the inevitable injuries occur.Will Culliver’s issues and the loss of Brown, Rogers and Whitner set the 49ers back in their effort to win a Super Bowl under Jim Harbaugh? Windows off opportunity are small in the NFL and like every team that compiles a large amount of talent the 49ers are suffering free agent defections. The combination of Reid and Whitner was a solid combo at safety last season, but will Bethea and Reid be as strong? Bethea is a talented cover safety but not the physical presence that Whitner was. With or without Culliver the 49ers overall depth at cornerback is not as strong as last season. Toss in a potential career threatening injury to Navorro Bowman and San Francisco could see their defense fall back a peg. Will that impact their ability to compete with Seattle? Time will tell. Chris Michaels.
The 49ers are hosting visits with a handful of other intriguing players, including Walter Thurmond of the Seattle Seahawks and Chris Cook of the Minnesota Vikings. The talented Thurmond is also visiting Jacksonville and Washington. He’d be an interesting addition to the 49ers roster, adding a capable player while subtracting a talented depth player from their chief division rivals, the Seattle Seahawks. Cook, coming off a couple of disappointing seasons in Minnesota, is a rangy and skilled player who hasn’t lived up to his potential in the NFL. Perhaps a change of scenery and the ability to play for an elite coaching staff can benefit Cook and help him reach his potential.
While the 49ers were hosting Thurmond and Cook, running back Anthony Dixon was visiting the Tennessee Titans and his former college running backs coach Sylvester Croom. Dixon is also set to visit the Buffalo Bills. Dixon is a capable backup but his potential loss could be offset by the presence of Marcus Lattimore. After missing his entire rookie season due to a devastating knee injury he suffered in college the former South Carolina star may be ready to contribute behind Frank Gore. If Lattimore can return to form the 49ers may have found the steal of the 2013 NFL draft.
In addition to the free agent signing of Bethea the 49ers made a couple of interesting, and high profile trades. The first move was sending a 7th round draft pick to the Dolphins for offensive tackle Jonathan Martin. Like Cook a change of scenery may benefit Martin after the well publicized Richie Incognito controversy. Martin didn’t perform well in his limited starts in Miami but the thought is his former college head coach, Harbaugh, can potentially help Martin reach his potential. If Martin can live up to his potential the 49ers may have picked up some good depth and a player who could be a potential starter down the road. In addition to Martin the 49ers also traded a 6th round pick for former Jaguars starter Blaine Gabbert. The former 10th overall pick never lived up to his potential, but could end up being a valuable backup in San Francisco. It’s a classic low risk move that helps boost the talent of the overall roster and gives the 49ers a potential solid backup should Colin Kaepernick ever go down for an extended period of time.
The 49ers open up the 2014 in the new Levi’s Stadium leaving their old home of Candlestick Park. Levis Stadium cost $1.2 Billion and has a capacity of 68,500. 49ers Ticket prices for their opening game of the 2014 – 2015 season have yet to be announced but with the new stadium they are expected to run from $200-$1000 per ticket. By: Chris Cabrera
San Francisco at Green Bay
When: 4:40 PM ET, Sunday, January 5, 2014
Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin
When San Francisco has the ball: After displaying an improved run defense at the beginning of the season the Green Bay Packers have quickly fallen to the bottom of the NFL standings in total defense and rush defense. With run stopping tackle Johnny Jolly out for the season and star outside linebacker Clay Matthews out with a broken thumb the 49ers should be able to exploit the Packers defense on the ground. After dominating Green Bay on the ground in last year’s playoffs the 49ers defeated the Packers in the season’s opener in San Francisco through a 407-yard passing effort from Colin Kaepernick. The Packers pass defense is healthier than they were in the opener due to the return of safety Morgan Burnett and corner Tramon Williams, but the Green Bay secondary has had an up and down season and has struggled against good quarterbacks. If Kaepernick and company can overcome the frigid conditions in Green Bay they should be able to score on the Packers defense. The key for San Francisco is to limit turnovers and put touchdowns on the board when they visit the red zone.
Advantage: San FranciscoWhen Green Bay has the ball: The Packers are a different team with Aaron Rodgers at the helm. The former NFL MVP returned after missing nearly two months with a collarbone injury and helped the Packers defeat the Bears to win their third consecutive NFC North. The Packers also saw elite slot receiver Randall Cobb return versus Chicago, giving the Packers the Packers a healthy receiving corps for the first time since week three. With Cobb, Jordy Nelson, James Jones and Jarrett Boykin the Packers have a deep and talented groups of receivers, as good as any foursome in the NFL. Green Bay is missing tight end Jerimichael Finley, but Andrew Quarless has filled in admirably and become a big target in the last quarter of the season. The big difference for Green Bay is the fact that they’ve established a running game. The combination of Eddie Lacy and James Starks has 1,671 yards and 15 touchdowns. Lacy is a powerful back who’s given the Packers a physical presence they haven’t had in years while Starks gives them a nice change of pace when he comes in. Even with Aaron Rodgers out for nearly half the season the Packers finished 7th in the league in rushing offense, averaging just four yards fewer per game than San Francisco. Even without Aaron Rodgers for half the season Green Bay averaged 25 points per game. With Rodgers they are extremely deadly, as evidenced by the 28 points they scored on San Francisco in the season opener. Rodgers was rusty in the first half versus Chicago last week but once he got his rhythm in the second half the Packers offense looked deadly.
Advantage: Green BaySpecial Teams: On paper the 49ers have a significant advantage. They have perhaps the best punter in football, Andy Lee, combined with an excellent veteran kicker in Phil Dawson. The 49ers return and coverage units are top notch. Green Bay is a solid punter in Tim Masthay and their veteran kicker, Mason Crosby, has had a bounce back season. Green Bay has struggled in their coverage units, both kickoffs and punts. With 15 players on injured reserve the Packers have had roster upheaval all season, affecting their special team units. The wild card in the special team’s battle will be the weather and how the 49ers adjust top playing in a cold environment. Green Bay will have played in a cold environment in four of their past five games, so their special teams units are acclimated to playing in the cold weather. Since taking over as the Packers primary returner rookie Micah Hyde has proven sure handed and dangerous.
Advantage: Slim advantage to San Francisco
Home Field Advantage: The frozen tundra hasn’t been as big of a home field advantage in recent years for Green Bay. San Francisco is a team well built to thrive in a cold environment. Sunday’s weather is expected to be particularly frigid, with game time temperatures likely below zero degrees and dropping. Green Bay’s string of cold weather games cannot be underestimated, particularly when it comes to the quarterback matchup. Green Bay logical path to victory is to not turn over the football while Aaron Rodgers outplays Colin Kaepernick. The 49ers quarterback has had a solid season and proved his value in last year’s playoffs, but has never played in the conditions he’ll see on Sunday. If Rodgers puts together a strong performance and Kaepernick struggles the Packers could very well pull an upset. The frigid temperatures could be a massive factor in the game and are a critical element to watch.
Advantage: Green Bay
Prediction: The national consensus is that the 49ers will find themselves in a tough battle but should prevail due to a superior running game and defensive advantage. With Aaron Rodgers healthy the Packers are a major wild card in this year’s playoffs. When the two teams met in September the 49ers won by six points, but Green Bay had the lead 28-27 in the fourth quarter. Prior to Rodgers injury the Packers were 5-2 and rolling. If Green Bay can somehow muster up enough defense to stop the 49ers in the red zone and hold them to field goals they could very well pull the upset. Expect an extremely close game with the Packers winning late due to a strong performance by Rodgers.
Green Bay 27 San Francisco 23
The San Francisco 49ers are coming off one of the best turn around seasons under a new head coach that any team could have done. Last year new head coach Jim Harbaugh lead the 49ers to the NFC Championship game against the New York Giants. The Giants wound up winning that game due to bad special teams play the 49ers.
Alex Smith had the best season of his career throwing for 3144 yards with 17 touchdowns while only turning the ball over 5 times on interceptions. Smith had his best performance of the season in week 13 against the St. Louis Rams where he completed 73.9 percent of his passes for 274 yards and 2 touchdowns. Smith will have to put up bigger numbers in 2012 while continuing to not turn the ball over.
The 49ers went out to help the passing game out by picking up free agents Randy Moss and Mario Manningham. These 2 receivers should compliment Michael Crabtree and tight-end Vernon Davis to give Smith more weapons through the air. While the team also drafted A.J. Jenkins and LaMichael James to give them more weapons on offense.
As far as defense the 49ers were one of best overall in the entire league in most categories including second in fewest points with 14.3 points per game and also third in interceptions with 23. One of the best defensive performances came in week 15 against the Pittsburgh Steelers where the defense picked off 3 passes and recovered a fumble to help lead the team to a 20-3 win. The team will look for the veteran Patrick Willis to anchor the defense in 2012.
The 49ers should win the NFC West easily over the Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals and the St. Louis Rams. All three of those teams have a lot of concerns on both sides of the ball.
The ending to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2011 season was tragic at best. The Steelers were one of the three favorites to win the AFC title going into the 2011 season having come off a defeat by the Packers in Super Bowl XLV. The team played well throughout the season battling the Baltimore Ravens for the AFC North’s top spot. However, Week 14 was the beginning of the end for the Steelers’ season. While playing the Cleveland Browns, Ben Roethlisberger suffered a high ankle injury while scrambling out of the pocket. Instead of deciding to heal the ankle Big Ben decided to start the next game against the San Francisco 49ers in order to clinch a playoff birth in Week 15. Roethlisberger was noticeably limping during the game and ultimately had to sit out. Charlie Batch started the next two games for the Steelers, eventually clinching a Wild Card playoff spot. The Steelers were heavily favored in the Wild Card game against the miracle Denver Broncos and Tim Tebow. In shock and amazement to everyone in the world, the Broncos were successful in passing the football against the top defense in football. With a single overtime play of 80 yards, the Steelers were sent packing home and left scratching their head. With the collapse of the 2011 season behind them, what will the 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers bring to the table?
The 2012 Steelers will be quite a bit different from the Steelers of the past five years. Due to the new collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and its players, the Pittsburgh Steelers found themselves with salary cap problems during the 2012 offseason. Player casualties from front office decisions were the releasing of veteran Steelers players such as Hines Ward, James Farrior, Aaron Smith, and Max Starks. An analyst once said that the Pittsburgh Steelers don’t have backup players but “starters in waiting” and there has been no other time more important for those “starters in waiting” to play at the same level of standard that the Steelers fans are accustomed to than during the 2012 season. Other veteran Steelers players have restructured their contracts to also help the organization in its salary cap problems.
The historic franchise has done its best in trying to replace its cap casualties by signing back Max Starks, resigning Jerricho Cotchery, and signing Leonard Pope. The Steelers also addressed its offensive line disasters through the draft, using its first two picks in selecting two offensive linemen, David DeCastro and Mike Adams. The Steelers have also drafted several other weapons to develop as “starters in waiting” as is the Steelers way. Electric running back Chris Rainey looks to be a change of pace back on third down situations and the primary kick and punt returner, Sean Spence will be developed into a Steelers future middle linebacker, and Alameda Ta’amu looks to replace nose tackle Casey Hampton in the future.
The Steelers have also dealt with disgruntled wide out Mike Wallace. Mike Wallace has demanded a long term contract with money equivalent to one of the top players in the league. Not giving into the demands of Wallace, the Steelers prepared to play the season without him and rewarded second year standout wide receiver Antonio Brown with a five year contract extension. Wallace and company finally decided to sign the restricted free agent tender offered to him by the Steelers and report to the team with only two weeks away from the start of the 2012 season.
The Steelers have always had one of the best defenses year in and year out. With Dick LeBeau still in command of the defense and some younger players being inserted into the starting roster, it looks like the Steelers will continue its dominant defensive tradition. The offense on the other hand might need some time to adjust to new offensive coordinator Todd Haley’s offensive system. It’s no secret that Ben Roethlisberger loved Bruce Arians’ offense the past couple of seasons but with a changing of the guard and Pittsburgh native Haley in command of the offense, the Steelers may struggle early on in the season.
All in all, the Steelers have an elite defense and playmakers on offense. They may struggle for the first month, trying to learn the new personnel changes but they will once again be a heavy favorite in the AFC rivaling the Patriots, Ravens, and Texans for top honors. The first test will be against the same team that sent them home last season, in the same building, however Tim Tebow is no longer running the team, that job now belongs to Peyton Manning. We will see how prepared the Steelers are to redeem its 2011 season right from Week 1.