It appears as if the San Francisco 49ers will not just be wowing fans with their on-field performance this season. In addition to showcasing some of the great, young talent in the NFL, the team’s new state-of-the-art stadium will offer an unparalleled fan experience.
So what exactly is the Bay Area franchise doing to encourage NFL fans to brave the elements, increased ticket prices, and obnoxious fans? For starters, the 49ers are implementing a new technology that shows fans where the shortest concession, beer, and bathroom lines are located throughout Levi’s Stadium.
In addition to offering a more efficient concession experience, fans in attendance can use the in-stadium Wi-Fi connection to access a multitude of various replay angles and even stream action from every NFL game league-wide thanks to NFL RedZone—and all from the convenience of their smartphones. Yes, the newest infrastructure to inhabit Silicon Valley will feature an equally impressive amount of technology.
As if that wasn’t good enough, wait…there’s more.
The team is also in the works of developing an in-seat beverage delivery system that will make even the most casual of beer drinkers squeal with delight. With personal in-seat delivery of all drinks, fans will never have to miss a moment of the action again.
The San Francisco 49ers are undoubtedly one of the most exciting teams in all of football to watch—and now they have a stadium to add to the excitement. Essentially, the team is trying to cater to the market of fans that prefer to stay at home for NFL action. With the convenience of a surplus of food and drink, access to commentary, and the ability to check fantasy football teams, fans are taking notice of the lackluster stadium experience—something the 49ers hope to change.
Although their new digs won’t be available until the start of the 2014 season, Niner fans are already chomping at the bit to purchase season-ticket packages.
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