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As the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers show up to Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, February 7 to play in the capstone game of the 2015-2016 NFL season, throngs of fans will descend on San Francisco to cheer and witness history.

“Super Bowl 50 is a monumental event,” said Kofi Nartey, Director of the Sports & Entertainment Division at The Agency. “Both teams have worked to get to the top, and the showdown of athleticism is certain to be both exciting and a rich example of quality sportsmanship.”

Blog_Superbowl3aThe epic venue for the National Football League’s annual event is Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, arguably the greenest and most technologically advanced professional football stadium in the United States, offering unparalleled amenities within the 1.85 million-square foot arena.

Opened in 2014, the arena is home to the San Francisco 49ers football franchise and seats 68,500 spectators. The arena features 9,000 exclusive club seats and 174 luxury suites that have access to six private clubhouses, all featuring gourmet cooking stations and a full-service bar and lounge. Another four lavish lookouts are open to a select 70 suites and include the Citrix Owners Club, the 27,000 square-foot NRG Solar Terrace and two Trophy Clubs fit with fireplaces and multiple cocktail bars.

Blog_Superbowl2aThe Super Bowl 50 Host Committee believes that this year’s milestone Super Bowl is a golden opportunity for philanthropy. Their goal is to lift up Bay Area communities, unite the region through a spirit of generosity and leave a legacy that lasts forever; they want to make Super Bowl 50 the most giving Super Bowl ever through their non-for-profit organization, the 50 Fund.

“What it comes down to is good football and a day that gives back,” said Kofi. “Watching the culmination of years of hard work, combined with efforts of the coaches, trainers, film staff and more, Super Bowl 50 is a celebration of the best of the best. We wish both the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers the best of luck.”

For more information on The Agency’s Sports & Entertainment Division, contact Kofi Nartey. And, to hear Kofi’s thoughts on the games, follow him on twitter @KofiSellingLA.