Lower Sec: 6, 13, 15, 16, 18, 29, 30, 32, 35, 47 49ERS GAMEDAYTHE OFFICIAL PROGRAM OF THE SAN FRANCISCO 49ERSGameday is available for purchase at all gates and novelty / merchandise stands located throughout the stadium.Please refer to the listing below for all novelty/merchandise stand locations.Visa is accepted at most 49ers concessions and merchandise stands:Parking Lot Outside Gates A & Verizon Gate (Gate E)Ground Level within the Grand PlazaLower Concourse 6, 9, 15, 16, 21, 45Upper Concourse 12, 23, 28, 45, 5049ERS GOLD RUSHTo schedule the San Francisco 49ers Gold Rush at your community event, please contact the Gold Rush Promotions Manager, Jasmine Hall, at (650) 3361049.For further information, please visit 49ers.com.49ERS IN THE COMMUNITYFor decades, the San Francisco49ers have demonstrated their commitment to the community through their support and funding of youth education, leadership development, youth fitness and volunteer programs throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS FOUNDATION:KEEPING BAY AREA KIDS SAFE, ON TRACK AND IN SCHOOLThe San Francisco 49ers Foundation is the nonprofit community funding extension of the San Francisco 49ers.Now in its 20th year, the 49ers Foundation supports development programs for underserved youth that keep them, Safe, On Track, and In School.
The San Francisco 49ers are promoting RESPECT for schools and community by donating a significant portion of the foundations funding toward family violence prevention programs and activities that teach youth leadership and respect.Since 1992, the Foundation has donated over $16 million to support nonprofits, including $2.4 million in 2011.For more on the 49ers Foundation, visit www.49ersfoundation.com49ERS COMMUNITY OUTREACH: THE 49ERS RESPECT CAMPAIGNThe 49ers have taken a stand in the community advocating the value of RESPECT through an outreach campaign created to assist youth in the Bay Area.The Respect Campaign leverages the power of the 49ers brand and its players to demonstrate the importance of respect and its central role in helping young people become good community citizens.Again this year, the 49ers organization will take part in a variety of volunteer events to reach out to youth and impart the value of respect in three important areas of their lives: families, school and communities.TEAM IMPACT IN THE COMMUNITYIn 2011, 49ers players and alumni contributed 420 hours of service to the community and 100% of players participated in at least one community service event.Through weekly community outreach events during the season, the 49ers directly and positively impact Bay Area residents in need.2012 STADIUM DRIVES:PLEASE BRING YOUR DONATION ITEMS TO THE GAME!DATE DRIVESeptember 16 vs.DetroitChildrens BooksOctober 7 vs.BuffaloCanned FoodOctober 14 vs.
NY GiantsCanned FoodNovember 11 vs.St.
LouisCanned FoodDecember 9 vs.MiamiNew ToysDecember 30 vs.Arizona New ToysKids to Stands Ticket Donations ProgramThe 49ers Kids to Stands program provides individuals from deserving Bay Area organizations and charities with a chance to watch a 49ers home game.
This may be the only opportunity for the recipients to ever watch a professional sporting event.If you would like to donate your tickets to the program, please mail them to:San Francisco 49ersAttn: Kids to Stands4949 Centennial BlvdSanta Clara, CA 95054Please send the tickets at least two weeks in advance to allow time for distribution.A Donation Receipt Letter will be sent to donors to the Kids to Stands Program.49ERS MERCHANDISEYou can now shop for all of the latest 49ers apparel, merchandise and collectables at the following locations on game day.Visa is accepted at all 49ers merchandise stands:Parking Lot Outside Gates A & the Verizon Gate (Gate E)Ground Level within the Grand Plaza, including a new WOMENS ONLY locationLower Concourse 6, 9, 15, 16, 21, 45Upper Concourse 12, 23, 28, 45, 50To shop on nongame days for the latest San Francisco 49ers merchandise, please visit the 49ers official line store at shop49ers.com.49ERS MUSEUMEstablished in 2011 as part of the Grand Plaza, the 49ers Museum displays the Super Bowl trophies, historic uniforms, Super Bowl Rings, and much, much more!
The 49ers Museum is open to all ticketed fans beginning three hours prior to kickoff, and is located within the Grand Plaza at JinkoSolar Gate (Gate F).49ERS TEAM STOREThe 49ers Team Store showcases new and exciting apparel each week.The 49ers Team Store is located within the Grand Plaza at JinkoSolar Gate (Gate F) and is open three (3) hours prior to kickoff until one (1) hour after the conclusion of the game.
Visa is accepted at the 49ers Team Store.49ERS TAILGATE PARTY The 49ers Tailgate Party features all you can eat food and beverage, a live DJ and autograph opportunities from 49ers Alumni and Gold Rush.
It is located in the Grand Plaza betweenthe Verizon Gate (Gate E) and the Bud Light Plaza, opens three (3) hours prior to kickoff and concludes at game time.For additional information, please call the 49ers Ticket Services Department at (415) GO 49ERS (4649377).ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCEElevatorsare located on the southeast side of the stadium adjacent to the Players Parking Lot.The entrance is designated by the blue and white wheelchair symbol.
One person may accompany each person utilizing the accessible entrances.
Accessible signs are located throughout the parking lot for entrance into the stadium.Security, parking attendants, usher staff, and any other 49ers personnel are pleased to assist and direct individuals and their families to this entrance.ACCESSIBLE PARKING There are over 150 accessible parking spaces within the interior parking lot.By law, these spaces cannot be reserved in advance and on game day are offered to people with disabilities on a firstcome, firstserved basis.
49ers Parking passes are NOT required for accessible parking.49ers Parking is $30; drivers must present a valid DMV issuance card along with their current placard.Designated accessible parking spaces are located along the front edge of the interior parking lot.
In addition, there is a wheelchair dropoff area at the bus loop at Gate B.For a complete listing of accessibility services at the stadium or for further accessible parking information, please contact the 49ers Stadium Operations Office at (415) 6564949.(Note: Prepaid 49ers Parking passes are NOTrequired if guests have a placard or license plate for people with disabilities guests will not be turned away at the gate).DIRECTIONS TO DROP OFF AREA FOR FANS WITH DISABILITIES:A dropoff area for guests with disabilities is located at Gate B.Onlylimited stopping is allowed.Anyone parking in the bus loop is subject to citation and/or towing.ACCESSIBLE FAN DROP OFF WHEN TRAVELING FROM THE NORTHTake the Cow Palace / Third Street exit.Go left and over 101 to Third Street.
Turn right on JamestownAvenue (first stop light).
Follow Jamestown Avenue toward the stadium and watch for signs indicating Accessible DropOff.Enter the Gate B dropoff area.ACCESSIBLE FAN DROP OFF WHEN TRAVELING FROM THE SOUTHTake the Third Street exit.Follow Third Street to Jamestown Avenue and turn right.Follow Jamestown Avenue toward the stadium and watch for signs indicating Accessible DropOff.
Enter the Gate B dropoff area.Advance arrangements for wheelchair assistance can be obtained by calling Guest Services at (415) 6564966 or the 49ers Stadium Operations Office at (415) 6564949.ACCESSIBLE SEATING, TICKETS AND SERVICEGuests with disabilities are encouraged to enter the stadium via the elevator located near the Players Parking Lot between admission Gates A and F.Wheelchair accessible seating is available in most areas of the stadium.
Companion seating chairs are made available by contacting an usher in your seating section or by visiting Guest Services, located at Room 397 on the LEXUS | Luxury Suite Level (mezzanine, next to the 49ers Stadium Operations Office).Should you require additional assistance regarding accessible seating, please contact the 49ers Ticket Office at (415) 6564900.
For special service, needs or requests call 49ers Stadium Operations at (415) 6564949 or 49ers Guest Services at (415) 6564966.Season tickets may be exchanged for accessible seats in an alternative area on an individual game basis, based on availability.
This exchange must be done at least one week prior to the game.For further information, please contact the 49ers Ticket Office at (415) 6564900.The following listing indicates the accessible seating locations at the stadium:Field Level Sections: 15 & 17Lower Box Sections: 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17Lower Reserved Sections: 1, 3, 8, 14, 18, 19, 28 & 30Lower East Sections: 31, 35, 39, 49Upper Reserved Sections: 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 16, 20, 29, 41, 43 & 47The San Francisco 49ers do not rent wheelchairs; however, a few are available for emergency use at the following locations: First Aid I Lower Concourse, Section 7. First Aid II Upper Concourse, Section 54. 49ers Guest Services Room 397 on the LEXUS | Luxury Suite Level (mezzanine), next to the 49ers Stadium Operations Office.Advance arrangements for wheelchair assistance can be obtained by calling Guest Services at (415) 6564966 or the 49ers Stadium Operations Office at (415) 6564949.ACCESSIBLE RESTROOMSAll restrooms on the ground level, main level and upper levels of the stadium are wheelchair accessible.In addition, most LEXUS | Luxury Suite Level (mezzanine) restrooms are accessible.Signs will direct you to those facilities that are wheelchair accessible
.WomenLower Sections: 3, 5, 8, 10, 20, 21, 22, 23, 34, 41, 45Upper Sections: 4, 11, 12, 13,14, 20, 25, 28, 31, 37, 42, 44, 51, 53, 58, 59LEXUS | Luxury Suite Level (mezzanine) Sections: 39, 47, 48, 60MenLower Sections: 6, 13, 15, 16, 18, 29, 30, 32, 35, 47Upper Sections: 3, 10, 15, 16, 18, 22, 27, 29, 38, 40, 55, 56, 57LEXUS | Luxury Suite Level (mezzanine) Sections: 37, 48, 51, 56ACCESSIBLE TELEPHONES AND TDDSThe lower and upper levels of the stadium have wheelchair accessible telephones that are equipped with volume controls.Telecommunications Display Devices (TDDS) are located at: First Aid I Lower Concourse, Section 7 and First Aid II Upper Concourse, Section 54.For further information or questions regarding accessibility services, please call 49ers Guest Services at (415) 6564966 or the 49ers Stadium Operations Office at (415) 6564949.ADVERTISING AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIESFor advertising & sponsorship opportunities with the San Francisco 49ers, please contact the 49ers Corporate Sales Department at (408) 5624949.ALCOHOL POLICYGuests MUST be 21 years of age or older and in possession of proper government issued identification to purchase or consume alcoholic beverages at Candlestick Park.There is a maximum of two (2) beers per purchase at all concession stands.All alcohol sales will be discontinued at the end of the 3rd Quarter (or earlier at Managements discretion).
Patrons will not be allowed to enter Candlestick Park if they are, or are perceived to be, intoxicated.Drunk and disorderly conduct or violation of any alcohol policy may result in ejection from Candlestick Park without refund.MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE POLICIES OR PROCEDURES AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE TO GUESTS. The San Francisco 49ers, Centerplate and Union Street Catering encourage all guests to drink responsibly.DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE! The 49ers participate in TEAM (Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management) as well as the Bud Light Good Sport Designated Driver Program.We encourage fans to enroll as Designated Drivers at the Verizon Gate Plaza (E Plaza),A Plaza, or the JinkoSolar Gate Plaza (F Plaza) before the game. All fans (including those cheering for the visiting team) should be able to enjoy the game.We ask your assistance as we strive to create and maintain a safe and enjoyable stadium atmosphere free of vulgar and abusive behavior. Fan Code of Conduct Enforcement teams wearing green jackets are located throughout the stadium and parking lots. Excessive consumption of alcohol is PROHIBITED. Fans who drink or behave irresponsibly will be escorted from the stadium and subject to permanent loss of season ticket privileges.ANIMALSTrained guide dogs or other service animals assisting guests with disabilities are permitted inside the stadium.
All other animals are prohibited.ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICESAssistive listening devices are available at Guest Services located on the LEXUS | Luxury Suite Level (mezzanine) next to the 49ers Ticket Office near Section 27.A credit card, drivers license, California I.D.card, or a refundable $50 cash deposit is required.If special arrangements are needed, please contact the 49ers Stadium Operations Office at (415) 6564949 or contact your nearest usher for assistance.ATMS provided by U.S.BankU.S.
Bank ATMs are located in the Bud Light Plaza and at Lower Concourse, Section 911, 1315, and 2628 and Upper Concourse, Section 2830 and 3032.AUTOGRAPHSEach 49ers player has an individual mailbox at the 49ers facility and he is responsible for responding to his mail.
All requests should includea selfaddressed stamped envelope.Please send one envelope per player to: Your Favorite Player, San Francisco 49ers, 4949 Centennial Blvd, Santa Clara, CA, 95054.Fans are discouraged from sending personal items to be autographed.The 49ers cannot guarantee that the item will be returned to you.AUTOGRAPHS (GAME DAY)Although current players may not be able to sign autographs on game day, San Francisco 49ers Alumni and Gold Rush Cheerleaders do sign autographs on game day in the Bud Light Plaza.For information regarding autographs from current 49ers, please refer to the FAN MAIL section within this AZ Guide.AWAY GAMESEach NFL team is responsible for the sale of their home game tickets.We suggest you contact the host team for ticket availability.
Please keep in mind that many NFL teams sell out on a season ticket basis.BABY CHANGING FACILITIESMost restrooms at the stadium are equipped with diaperchanging tables and are accessible to people with disabilities.First Aid stations at Lower Concourse, Section 7 and Upper Concourse, Section 54 can also be utilized.BANNERS, FLAGS AND SIGNSBanners and signs are prohibited inside the stadium.Flags without poles are permitted.However, stadium management reserves the right to remove any flag, banner or sign that is deemed inappropriate or obstructs the view of other fans.BICYCLESBicycles are permitted to be secured to the fencing at the front of the interior parking lot.Bicycles that impede pedestrian or auto traffic are subject to removal and / orrelocation.The San Francisco 49ers or its agents shall not be responsible for fire, theft, damage or loss to said bicycle or any other article left in / on the same.BOOSTER CLUBS / CHARTER BUSESListed below is contact and departure information of the Booster Clubs and Charter Buses that provide transportation to 49ers home games.If you have information regarding another Booster Club or Charter Bus, please contact the 49ers Stadium Operations Office at (415) 6564949.49ers Experience77) 4949ERS49ersExperience.com49ers Goal RushersPleasant Hill SearsAnn Thompson(925) 97949ers Goal RushersStockton:Rosalie Mello(209) 473Best Western GrosvenorSouth San Francisco:380 South AirportDavid Huddleston(650) 8733200 x East Shore Charter LinesSam Romero / Melissa Romero(510) 451Hayward Goal Rushersdeparts from The RanchMatt Hazen, Sr.Fremont Goal Rushersdeparts from The HuddleMatt Hazen, Sr.Marin Charter and Tours(Negotiable pickup location)David Hughes, (415) 256Nave EnterprisesNovato: Ghiringhellis Pizzeria Grill and BarBill Nav (415) 892(415) 454Rosies Cantina333 Broadway, MillbraeRosies (650) 697Art(650)6927451 or (650) 766Santa Cruz 49ers FansPaul Sweet Road Park and RideScotts ValleyLos GatosPhil and Sally Sousa (831) 425Sierra Pacific Tours(Negotiable pickup location)Chuck Cooper, (925) 825BUD LIGHT GOOD SPORT DESIGNATED DRIVER PROGRAMThe 49ers participate in the Bud Light Good Sport Designated Driver Program and encourage all fans to do the same.The Bud Light Good Sport Designated Driver Program provides complimentary soft drink coupons to those that sign up to be designated drivers on game day.
Fans who would like to register can visit the Designated Driver tables in the Grand Plaza before the game.BAG CHECK TENTSFor those fans with oversized bags or other prohibited items, complimentary back check service is available at our Bag Check Tents located outside Gate B, the Verizon Gate (Gate E) and adjacent to our Will Call booth.
Bag check tents close one hour after the completion of the game.Please expect delays and plan accordingly.BUS TRANSPORTATION (49ERS EXPERIENCE)ers Experience offers fan transportation aboard luxurious motor coaches from many locations all across Northern California.Packages are designed to expand and extend your 49ers game day experience from the time we pick you up, until the time we drop you off.49ers Experience packages may include one or more of the following options: Roundtrip transportation to the home games aboard the 49ers Game Day Express and 49ers Tailgate Express shuttle service with no more than one stop to Candlestick Park guaranteed!! Raffle Prizes Game Day tickets Gameday magazine 49ers Tailgate Party tickets Promotional items offered by the 49ers Experience sponsorsFor information, call (877) 4949ERS or visit 49ersExperience.com.Come join us and create your own 49ers Experience!!CAMERAS AND VIDEO EQUIPMENTCameras and video equipment ARE permitted inside the stadium.
However, lights may not be used with video recording equipment.Tripods and monopods are also prohibited.Fans may not reproduce or rebroadcast any film or photographs shot at the stadium without the express written consent of the San Francisco 49ers and the NFL.Fans are allowed to take pictures, but must be courteous to avoid sightline obstruction of surrounding fans.CHILDREN AND INFANTSChildren under two years of age are allowed in the stadium without a ticket if accompanied by an adult and must share a seat with the adult.All fans should be in possession of their own ticket.It is suggested that ticket stubs, a nametag and/or additional information be pinned to the clothing of young children who may require assistance.
These measures will aid 49ers personnel in reuniting parties should it become necessary.Diaper bags accompanying a child are permitted but are subject to search.CONCESSIONS CENTERPLATE (415) 4678570Centerplate has been honored to serve as the hospitality and retail merchandise partner to the San Francisco 49ers and their fans since 1993.
As one of the world's largest event hospitality companies, Centerplate crafts anddelivers Craveable Experiences.Raveable Results. in 250 prominent sports, entertainment and convention venues across North America annually serving more than 100 million guests.
The company has provided services to 11 Super Bowls, 20 World Series, theOlympics, and 15 official U.S.Presidential Inaugural Balls.All fixed concession stands located along the Lower and Upper Concourses feature wheelchair accessible counters.Many concession stands feature enlarged menus for the visually impaired.Concession employees will also read the menu and prices for the guestswho need further assistance.
Refer below for stadium concession locations.Visa is accepted at most 49ers concessions and merchandise stands.
For a complete listing of concession locations, please refer to Concessions within the