Sport 49ers will not be able to host games at Levi's Stadium due to regulations

01:05  29 november  2020
01:05  29 november  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The San Francisco 49ers will not be able to host their next two scheduled home games at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, due to new restrictions from the county.

a large stadium with green grass: The 49ers are unable to play games at Levi's Stadium for the next three weeks. © Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports The 49ers are unable to play games at Levi's Stadium for the next three weeks.

Santa Clara County officials will not allow pro or college sports teams to have games or practices in the county that involve direct contact. This strict rule will apply for the next three weeks. That window of time includes two scheduled home games for the 49ers (Dec. 7 vs. Buffalo and Dec. 13 vs. Washington).

This rule will also affect San Jose State, Stanford and the San Jose Sharks.

The rule will run from Nov. 30-Dec. 21.

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