It's a tradition. During the playoffs, the 49ers paint the end zone red at Levi's Stadium as opposed to keeping the green grass color that is used during the regular season.
Good news for fans who love this idea, the concept will continue for Super Bowl LIV.
"The 49ers asked for, and received, permission for their end zone to be decorated like the Levi’s Stadium end zones in the recent playoff games," according to The Athletic.
Saloon font and red end zone paint, a playoff tradition of the dynastic 49ers, is back. pic.twitter.com/p0b7DQzxm2— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) January 7, 2020
In addition to the red background, the Saloon-font will stay as well.
The only difference for the upcoming game against the Kansas Chiefs in Miami on Feb. 2, is that neither of the end zones will include a conference logo, unlike the regular season.
They recreated the tradition this season when the 49ers hosted the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC divisional round.
It'll bring a sense of home while being on the opposite side of the country.
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