Levi's Stadium

Cal vs. Oregon
Friday, Oct. 24, 2014
Levi's Stadium | Santa Clara, CA

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Be a part of the first ever collegiate football game held at newly constructed Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara - home of the 49ers and Super Bowl L.

The Golden Bears host the Oregon Ducks on Friday, Oct. 24 in the new stadium which has been considered the most technologically advanced venue in America. Watch Video >>

This exciting contest is considered a home game for Cal and all fans are encouraged to fill the stadium with blue and gold. “This is a special opportunity to play in a stadium where the Super Bowl will be held in the near future and one that we feel can generate a tremendous overall experience for everyone involved" said head coach Sonny Dykes.



As a benefit to the closest members of the Cal Family, fans listed in the tiers below will have priority access to order tickets before the general public. Keep an eye on your email inbox for a special presale promo code.

Monday April 7 at 10am PT
Tier 1 - ESP Participants and Season Ticket Holders (MBB/WBB/FB/VB) who are donors at the $10K+ level

Tuesday, April 8 at 10am PT
Tier 2 - Tuesday April 8: Season Ticket Holders (MBB/WBB/FB/VB) who are donors at the $1,200+ level 

Wednesday, April 9 at 10am PT
Tier 3 - Wednesday April 9: Season Ticket Holders (MBB/WBB/FB/VB), Cal Athletic letter winners and donors at the $5,000 level who are not season ticket holders

Thursday, April 10 at 10am PT
Tier 4 - Cal football enews subscribers, 2012 & 2013 football single game and mini pack ticket holders, Cal Alumni Association members, Donors to Athletics $4,999 and under

Friday, April 11 at 10am PT
General public

Please note that any tickets purchased during the exclusive presale windows may not be seated with tickets purchased through Cal during the initial season renewal period. Locations are based off of best available at time of purchase. Tickets for this game will be sold through Levi's Stadium and not Cal Athletics.


Section Level Price
100 (sideline) $110
100 (end zone)/200 (corner)   $100 
200 (end zone)/300 (sideline)/400 (sideline)  $90
300 (end zone)/400 (end zone)      $80

Cal Students - Tickets will be located in the end zone ($100 face value) and will be available for purchase for student-season ticket holders for $15 + $4 ticket fee. On sale date is TBD and will be communicated via email to Cal students enrolled for Fall 2014 semester.

Suites – Anyone interested in reserving a suite for the game should contact Greg Kish at greg.kish@49ers.com or (408) 579-4411. More Info >>


General Parking 

- 31,500 parking spots within walking distance.

Public Transportation

- Excellent transit access including buses, VTA light rail, ACE trains, and Amtrak that will drop fans off within an easy walking distance to the stadium

Driving and Stadium Location

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- Located near several major highways and expressways including Highways 101, 237, 880, Lawrence Expressway, and San Tomas Expressway
- 11 different highway interchange options to get to the new stadium parking lots

ESP members will receive complimentary game tickets and parking equal to the number of ESP seats and parking passes in the members account in the following locations:

  • University Club - All inclusive club, closest parking lot
  • Stadium Club - All inclusive club, next closest parking lot
  • Field Club - Sideline Club, next closest parking lot

University and Stadium Club members will receive a similar club experience, with all inclusive food and beverage. Field Club members will receive club access and will continue to pay for food and beverage as at Memorial Stadium.

Weeknight Games in Berkeley - Learn More >>
“Once we learned that we would be hosting Oregon on a Friday night, we put a lot of thought into how best to manage the game,” Barbour said. “We consulted with campus leadership, alumni and members of our staff and relied on our experience from the 2012 season. Ultimately, we want to provide our student-athletes with a world-class collegiate experience. After analyzing a number of factors, including the on-campus impact on fans for a weeknight game, we reached the conclusion that playing the Friday game against Oregon at Levi's® Stadium is the best solution for the upcoming season.”

Under the current Pac-12 media rights agreement, each conference school will host a weeknight game two times in a three-year period. Cal played its first weeknight game on campus on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, vs. Washington.

Before Cal is scheduled to hold another weeknight football game in Berkeley, the University has committed to looking at how these games impact on the campus and what steps can be taken to make them more enjoyable and accessible to fans while preserving a full day of instruction, study, research and work for faculty, staff and students.

“Going into last year’s game, we understood that there would be challenges on campus,” Barbour said. “And that’s exactly what we saw. We need to find a way to successfully host occasional weeknight games with minimal disruption to the normal schedule for the university and surrounding community.”

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