SF 49ers Candlestick Park "Final Game at The 'Stick" Display
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ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE
Although Candlestick Park was built for the baseball Giants, the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers won so many Super Bowls after moving there that for many years the sign in the parking lot said, "Home of the Super Bowl Champions," with almost no mention of the Giants (who eventually moved to AT&T Park). Located at Candlestick Point on San Francisco Bay, Candlestick Park opened in 1960 with the 49ers calling it home starting in 1971. Renamed “3Com Park at Candlestick Point” after a new sponsorship deal in 1996 (and later “Monster Park”), the Stadium ended its historic run called "Candlestick," much to the relief of the 49er faithful. The 'Stick (as it is commonly referred to in the SF Bay Area) closed for baseball after the 1999 season making it a football-only venue during its final years of existence. With the 49ers move to Levi's Stadium in 2014 and subsequent Candlestick demolition, there will be no more games at Candlestick...just LOTS of unforgettable memories. One such memory was the "Final Game at The 'Stick." A Monday night thriller against the Atlanta Falcons it was a night for the ages complete with special ceremonies, appearances and tributes, and a killer game that wasn't decided until NaVorro Bowman's "Pick Six" late in the game (Final Score 49ers 34 Falcons 24). This Sports Gallery Exclusive Display features an 8x11digital image of the Final Game Program, Replica Ticket from the Game, and Custom Plate with Niner Legend Dwight Clark's great quote about Candlestick: "It was a dump but it was our dump." A great piece of Sports Art and perfect memento from a legendary sports venue. Go Niners!