San Francisco has loved football for quite some time. Read on for the history of tailgating in this great city.
Veteran tailgaters know they can’t haul their own portable restrooms to Oakland Raiders games. Yet they still can get some relief at O.co Coliseum.
Violence at a 2011 preseason game between 49ers and Raiders led to beefed-up security. Find out how to stay safe while tailgating at a 49ers game.
If you’re heading to the Coliseum, be prepared for rain and cold.
If you plan on frying a turkey at the 49ers game, be sure to be safe.
Local group Fans Against Violence promotes harmony at the Coliseum.
Around the Coliseum parking lots, you’ll feel lots of character – the character of Raider Nation. Here’s a look at several of the “cities” within the Raider Nation of tailgating.
At Candlestick, one tailgating group creates the atmosphere of a family-style picnic.
Newark resident leads Raiders’ Bad Boyz of BBQ tailgating squad.
Cool trucks or unique travel vans ain’t got nothing on these. Check out some of the most badass tailgating vehicles on four wheels.
Find which tailgating party fits your taste and have some fun at your next 49ers game.
Fans cheer during the tailgating scene at Oakland Raiders games. But don’t despair if you can’t make it to O.co Coliseum or if the Raiders are on the road. Here are five sports bars in the East Bay that can make you feel like you’re in the thick of the Raiders action.