Levi’s Stadium is home to the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League, located at 4900 Marie P DeBartolo Way in sunny Santa Clara, California. The Stadium broke ground in April of 2012 and opened in July of 2014. One of the newest Stadiums on the circuit currently and is scheduled to host Superbowl 50 in February of 2016. Levi’s Stadium will also be home to the college football’s annual Foster Farms Bowl and will serve as the site of the Pacific-12 Football Championship Game for at least three years which began in 2014. Levi’s Stadium was designed as an open stadium with a natural grass field. Boasting a seating capacity of 68,500 going up to 75,000 at its largest to host major events like Super Bowl and the FIFA World Cup. As a multi-use facility, the stadium can be configured for special events including concerts, motocross events, and other community events. Also designed to meet the FIFA field geometry requirements for international soccer. Levi’s Stadium features 165 luxury suites and 8,500 club seats. Designed by HNTB and built by Turner/Devcon as one of the next generation of stadium design. Its most unique feature being the green roof atop the suite tower on the west side of the stadium. There are three solar bridges connecting the main parking area to the stadium that will include hundreds of solar panels. Levi’s Stadium is the first professional football stadium to achieve a LEED Gold certification. There is even a dashboard set up with a live feed featuring current energy measurements, water and air monitors, and other bits of operating information, the dashboard is located inside Levi’s Stadium in between the 49ers Museum Presented By Sony and 49ers Team Store. With the climate of Santa Clara being so much warmer than San Francisco please remember this is an open air stadium with no overhanging shade provided.