Stanford Stadium, located on campus of the world-renowned Stanford University, is one of the largest privately owned college football facilities in America. This stadium has held a record crowd of 94,000 spectators. Built in 1921, Stanford Stadium has received worldwide recognition from millions of sports fans watching the Super Bowl XIX and the Olympic Soccer competition. In 1994, the stadium played host to the Soccer World Cup. The Women's World Cup came to Stanford Stadium in 1999 as well.
CEFCU Stadium is the home venue of the San Jose State University's (SJSU) football team, the San Jose State Spartans. Formerly called the Spartan Stadium, this massive outdoor athletic arena hosts major high school football games, along with the San Jose State University academic year commencement ceremony during the Memorial Day weekend. Earlier tenants of this humongous football stadium have included the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer (MLS), San Francisco Dragons of Major League Lacrosse and San Jose CyberRays of the United Soccer Association. The stadium has an overall capacity of 30, 456 and features the ultra-modern FieldTurf, which is an advanced artificial turf that optimizes water and fertilizer utilization.
Santa Clara's premier sports facility, the Levi's Stadium is truly a modern masterpiece that comes equipped with the latest amenities and facilities. Not only is it on par with its contemporaries, it is also ahead of the curve in the fields of technology and innovation, offering stunning and vivid viewing experiences to its guests. The home ground of the highly-acclaimed NFL franchise, the San Francisco 49ers since 2014, the place really comes to life when more than 65,000 spectators cheer their team on to glory. The stadium witnessed its highest attendance when it hosted the internationally-followed WrestleMania 31 in 2015, accommodating nearly 77,000 professional wrestling fans at the time.