The San Francisco 49ers will host a celebration for the grand opening of the new 49ers Team Store at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13, at Town & Country Village in Palo Alto, CA.
The team store will be open seven days a week through the remainder of the football season, with the following hours:
- Monday through Saturday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
One thing that is truly special about our Faithful Fans is how passionately they support 49ers football - from the way they decorate their homes to the clothing they wear, said 49ers Chief Operating Officer Paraag Marathe. With the grand opening of the 49ers Team Store in Palo Alto, we want to ensure our fans have easy access to all the latest 49ers merchandise throughout the season. Having opened the Shop 49ers mobile store in San Francisco less than a month ago, we are pleased to offer another 49ers touch-point in the community.
The 49ers Team Store will showcase all the newest styles of 49ers apparel, including the latest Nike gear. While this is the first permanent team store location, fans should also be sure to check out the Shop 49ers Mobile Trailer in Justin Herman Plaza on weekdays in San Francisco.
At Saturday's grand opening event in Palo Alto, Gold Rush cheerleaders and Niner Noise will welcome fans as they arrive to Town & Country. Those fans who arrive early enough will receive a free rally towel, and all fans present can participate in a raffle for four tickets to Sundays game against the New York Giants.
The 49ers will be raffling free tickets to all remaining 49ers home games. Team store shoppers can enter the raffle by simply dropping by the store.
Other features of the team store include a New Santa Clara Stadium Interactive Preview Area, where prospective seat buyers can sit down in real stadium seats and test out potential sightline views from the available seating options.
Town & Country Village is located at 855 El Camino Real in Palo Alto on the Northeast corner of El Camino Real and Embarcadero Road, directly across the street from Palo Alto High School and Stanford Stadium.
Courtesy 49ers media services