Comcast SportsNet Bay Area is embarking on a 10-year agreement with the San Francisco 49ers and Levi’s® Stadium to enhance the fan experience like never before.

Combining the strength of Comcast business units such as Xfinity, Comcast Business, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area and local NBC-owned NBC Bay Area, the 49ers are partnering with Comcast and NBCUniversal to help power what will be the most technologically advanced stadium in sports.

The 49ers will play their first NFL season at Levi’s® Stadium in 2014. Through partnerships with technology providers like Comcast, the 68,500-seat, open-air stadium – the host site for Super Bowl L in 2016 -- will showcase Silicon Valley innovation.

The new home of the 49ers will feature stadium-wide WiFi access, mobile connectivity, IPTV and HD video boards measuring over 13,000 square feet. The stadium also will feature a ticketless, cashless infrastructure designed to increase convenience for attendees.

As part of the partnership, Comcast will provide fiber-based Ethernet Internet access, sponsorship of free WiFi for fans, video and video on demand capabilities, as well as cloud-based voice and unified communications services for employees at Levi’s® Stadium and at the team’s corporate offices.

Additionally, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area will build a new, state-of-the-art 1,000 square foot TV studio – CSN Bay Area Studios at Levi’s® Stadium – for gameday broadcasts and other 49ers-related programming on CSN Bay Area and NBC Bay Area.