• Candlestick farewell could get raucous

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 20, 2013
    Yes, the 49ers will bid farewell to Candlestick Park on Monday night. Candlestick Park isn't much to look at. So prepare to say goodbye to Candlestick on Monday night. Former 49ers receiver Dwight Clark will commemorate “The Catch,” judged the No. 1 moment in Candlestick history. There’s also a pretty good chance that the place also could be otherwise trashed, to the point where it would be a Herculean effort to get the ‘Stick ready for one last playoff game, such as an unprecedented contest between the N...
    • Preparing to say goodbye to Candlestick

      SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The odds are strong that Monday night will see the final game at Candlestick Park when the San Francisco 49ers host the Atlanta Falcons. Barring a complete breakdown by first-place Seattle, the best the 49ers can do as a playoff se…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Relive Candlestick Park’s top 10 NFL moments as historic stadium prepares to host its last game (Video)

      Candlestick Park isn't much to look at. It hosted baseball and football and therefore couldn't do either too comfortably. It was cold and damp for many games. The field was often chewed up. The San Francisco 49ers' home didn't have the amenities many of…
      Source: yahoo.com

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