Levi’s Stadium Information: 49ers Home Gameday Guide and Tips

Gameday Information   Inside Levi’s Stadium   Driving and Parking   Public Transportation   Other Transportation

UPDATE 11/21:

Bicycle Trails

  • As a pilot program, the San Tomas Aquino / Saratoga Creek Trail will be closed between Agnew Road to Tasman Drive from 2:30am on 11/23 and reopened at 9am only to bicyclists with tickets to the 49ers game on that day.  Tickets must be on hand, no Will Call access will be permitted
  • The shuttle service, originally used to only service guests with mobility limitations, is actually open to all guests traveling from Blue Lot 1 to the stadium.  Catch a ride with them on the North side of Blue Lot 1 to get a cushy ride up to the stadium.

Gameday Information

  • 49ers Schedule and Game Times
  • Parking Lots open 4 hours prior to kickoff (Season Parking Pass holders have the chance to apply for early tailgate privileges – 5 hours prior)
  • Faithful Mile, located outside the stadium, but inside the gates, opens 3 hours prior to kickoff
  • Suites and Clubs open 3 hours prior to kickoff.  Enter from Gate B.
  • Red Zone Rally, located inside Great America, opens 3 hours prior to kickoff (Ticketmaster  StubHub)
  • Gates to Levi’s Stadium open 2 hours prior to kickoff
  • Bourbon Steak & Pub Postgame party starts after all the 49ers games.

Inside Levi’s Stadium                                 >>top

Special Tips

  • Strict NFL Bag Guidelines will be followed, so make sure to read and abide.  There will also be NFL approved clear plastic bags available in the parking lot entrances.  There is a bag check, but it wasn’t very efficient during the first event.  We will update if anything has changed.
  • If you know where you are going inside the stadium, use the outer track to avoid the crowd in the concourse.
  • For a quick beer, try the Soft Serve stand!
  • If you are using the Levi’s Stadium app to scan your parking pass or game ticket, be aware that phone service and internet can by spotty in the area when many people are accessing it at the same time.  Log in at home the morning of the game and take a screen shot of your 49ers ticket QR codes to save yourself some trouble when trying to get in.

Driving and Parking                                       >>top

Other information

  • Parking Lots open 4 hours before game time (5 hours for pre-selected early tailgate members)
  • Cash lot parking will be available in Red Lots 6, 7, 8, Blue Lots 2, 3, and Green lots 4, 5
  • Green Lot 4 and Blue Lot 1 will have Courtesy Shuttle buses running 2 hours prior to kick off and 1.5 hours after for guest with mobility limitations  (We have since found out that any guest can take these shuttles and be dropped off at Dignity Health Gate C)
  • Recommended Exit Routes based on your mode of transportation (GATES MAP).
  • Vehicles leaving parking lots EAST of Great America Parkway (Green Lot 1, Red Lot 1) will not be allowed to travel onto Tasman
  • There are 12,500 parking spots at Levi’s Stadium compared to the 6,000 that were at Candlestick

Public Transportation                                  >>top

Caltrain

VTA

Special Tips

  • Getting a Clipper Card or buying an 8-hour pass at the beginning of the trip will save you time when you are fighting the crowd leaving the stadium.
  • As of the Bears v. 49ers game on 9/14, the Light Rail system seems to be running smoothly.  There was definitely a crown on board, but fans were able to get in and out of the stadium quickly and with few issues.

Other Transportation                                     >>top

  • Bauer’s Get to the Game
  • Santana Row Shuttle  ($50+$2.24 fee)
  • Gameday Shuttle (Shuttle only: $27-$35, Pregame tailgate + Shuttle: $55)
  • Bicycle Parking is located outside Intel Gate A.  Overflow bicycle parking is located at Red Lot 6.
  • Bicycle Trails UPDATE 11/21

    • As a pilot program, the San Tomas Aquino / Saratoga Creek Trail will be closed between Agnew Road to Tasman Drive from 2:30am on 11/23 and reopened at 9am only to bicyclists with tickets to the 49ers game on that day.  Tickets must be on hand, no Will Call access will be permitted. Trails will only be reopen after the conclusion of the game.
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