Fans of the San Francisco 49ers and other NFL teams might argue with the Raiders’ ranking. Nonetheless, most tailgaters at O.co Coliseum wouldn’t argue with these 10 tailgating guidelines, laid out by the Raiders.
For San Francisco 49ers players and tailgaters alike, timing is everything. Make sure you plan your game outing appropriately.
Aside from the ban on “extracurricular activity” after kickoff, here are nine other things you need to keep in mind if you plan to eat, drink and celebrate before 49ers games at The Stick.
AC Transit, BART and Capitol Corridor are three ways to get to O.Co Coliseum without driving a car.
Here’s some information that can make the Candlestick parking experience almost as effortless as a Steve Young-to-Jerry Rice pass.
Forget tackles and touchdowns—finding parking at O.co Coliseum can make what the Raiders do on the field look easy. Take your mind off of the steering wheel with these game-day parking tips.
Whether the 49ers are away or you couldn’t snatch up a ticket, watching the game at a great San Francisco sports bar will be the next best thing.
Even though Raiders mascots might not participate on the field, their role off the field is just as important. The following are the top five gadgets a Raiders mascot should never be without.
Stocked with these gadgets, you’ll be the most prepared 49ers fan at the tailgate.
Start Raiders season off right with a recipe that can be made quickly at home and easily enjoyed at any tailgate location.
Tailgating is a mobile party. Take the party with you with this versatile playlist.
The NFL Playoffs have concluded and the Big Game players have been selected. Check out how the nation tailgated leading up to the biggest professional stage in sports….