|Kezar Stadium packed back in the day|
|The main entrance to Kezar today|
|The famous tunnel that both teams would emerge from.|
The stadium held just under 60,000 in its heyday. It was famous for its quirks-like the tunnel (left) that most teams would come from. Former Baltimore Colt and NFL Hall of Famer Art Donovan said that players could not breathe in the tunnel. Also, Kezar was known from its seagulls showing up in the fourth quarter and dive bombing the visiting team.
The Niners moved to Candlestick in 1971 after losing the 1970 NFC Championship game to Dallas. It was demolished in 1989 and rebuilt with a seating capacity of 10,000. High school teams still play there and Stanford has hosted its spring football game there the last three years.
|Kezar Stadium today|
|Another view of Kezar today|
|A guy checking his I-Touch at Kezar|
|The plaque honoring Bob St. Clair|