With Super Bowl 50 just days away, California’s Levi’s Stadium is gearing up to host one of sport’s most watched events.

On Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers new stadium will host the championship game for the very first time, since it’s opening in 2014.

So why has the 65,000 seater stadium been chosen, here’s 15 amazing facts that may have helped California host its 12th Super Bowl.



1. Brand New!


It may not be the largest stadium in the NFL, but the Levi’s Stadium is the most modern.

Opened in 2014, it’s the newest stadium since New York’s MetLife stadium was opened in 2010.