Candlestick Park Bottle Opener

Remember those freezing cold nights in the middle of July? Bring back both the loved (and at times despised) former home of the SF 49ers & Giants with this goal post that was there for it all.

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Make this one of your Field Goals for gifting a Niners fan and celebrate Candlestick Park, the loved (and at times despised) former home of the SF 49ers & Giants. Crafted from authenticated sections of the uprights and crossbars from Candlestick Park.

Quality nickel-plated hardware. Handy loop added for hanging. Officially licensed by the National Football League, each bottle opener comes gift-boxed with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Note: goal post painted aluminum surface has scuffs and wear as a result of years in use at Candlestick, a stadium known for cold, wind & fog. Tokens does not repaint or otherwise treat these deteriorated surfaces. Depending on location of scuffs, engraving may be on aluminum or on the plexi base underneath.

Measures 6-1/2"
Officially licensed by the National Football League.

Due to licensing restrictions we are unable to ship NFL licensed items to Canada.

History of Candlestick Park

In 1960, Candlestick Park opened as home to the MLB's San Francisco Giants and was renovated and enclosed in 1970 to accomadate the 49ers. The name honors its location on the San Francisco Bay at Candlestick Point which was originally a pinnacle of rock (that disappeared in the 1920s) first noted by the De Anza Expedition in 1781.

Candlestick hosted seven NFC Championships, four of which led to the 49ers' Super Bowl victories in the 1981, 1984, 1989 and 1994 seasons. In their first Championship game on January 10, 1982, 49ers fans witnessed "The Catch," an iconic NFL play in which quarterback Joe Montana threw a last moment pass to Dwight Clark who leapt and caught the ball with his fingertips to make a touchdown. This tied the game and the extra field goal point gave the 49ers a victory which also marked the beginning of thier dominance in the 1980s.

In 2013, the 49ers played their last game at Candlestick and defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 34-24. The 49ers moved into Levi's Stadium the following season and, in February 2015, the demolition of Candlestick began.

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