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What You Need To Know About Super Bowl 50

By Zachary Foisie

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Super Bowl 50 kicks off at 3:30PM (PST) live from the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA, and will be broadcast on CBS. Peyton Manning will lead the AFC Champion Denver Broncos against the NFC Champion Carolina Panthers led by Cam Newton. Although the Broncos will be fielding white jerseys, the Panthers are the designated away team.

Prior to kick off, San Francisco will play home to ‘Super Bowl City’ - a public event space stacked with stages and “fan experience zones” for fans of all sizes and ages. Super Bowl City kicked off last Saturday with an amazing fireworks display and a relighting of the Bay Bridge. All in all, Super Bowl City will bring in an estimated $220M in revenue for the city of San Francisco.

Although HomeSuite is based just a few blocks away in the SoMa district, we wanted give you the rundown on what to expect, when to expect it, and how to move about. Here is how to do Super Bowl 50 right with all the pertinent information:

Super Bowl City:

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'NFL Experience Zone':

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Super Bowl 50:

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So... Who's Playing Again:

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Getting In, Out & Around: 

Fans ready for game day have a few options. First, a "Fan Express" shuttle will operate from the Embarcadero, Union Square, SFO Marriott, SFO Embassy Suites & Hilton, SFO Crowne Plaza & Hyatt Hotel, SFO Hilton Garden Inn, Downtown Oakland, OAK Red Lion Inn, and OAK La Quinta. Fans coming from the North Bay can board at the 300 Larkspur Landing pickup location. More details for the shuttle can be found here and tickets can be purchased here.

Fans moving to and from Super Bowl City prior to game day can take advantage of Muni's modified train schedule, which still operates out of it's usual stops, yet will run modified routes to accommodate larger crowds. More information can be found here on Muni's website.

Lastly, fans traveling to the stadium in Santa Clara from San Francisco do not need to take a shuttle. Instead, fans can take Caltrain from multiple stops throughout the city and travel via train down to Santa Clara. A transfer at Mt. View station is required to continue via light-rail to Levi's Stadium. Fans can also take BART and transfer at Millbrae Station. A transit map for Caltrain can be found here and a modified schedule for the Mt. View light-rail to Levi's Stadium can be found here.

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by Zachary Foisie

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