Bay Area — California
San Francisco Bay Area Attractions
Sports / Sporting Events
Fun Sports/Sporting Events
Bay Area including: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Tennis and More...
San Francisco Bay Area Teams
- Oakland Athletics
- San Francisco Giants
- Golden State Warriors
- San Francisco 49ers
- Oakland Raiders
Levi's Stadium - Santa Clara
- San Jose Sharks
- San Jose Earthquakes
- Local Golf Courses
Fun Off-Site Event Locations
Host a Fun VIP or motivational Team-Building Event at one of
San Francisco Bay Area's sports arenas —
Fun Off-Site Events
at AT&T Park
34th America's Cup 2013
—San Francisco Host City
On December 31, 2010 San Francisco was chosen to host the 34th America's Cup in 2013 — the city beat out Newport, Rhode Island and Italy to host the world's premier regatta.
Congratulations SF Giants
World Series Champions 2010 & 2012
More Info on our SF 49ers Page
Buy a Life-Size Vinyl Wall Graphic
of a Raider Helmet to put on your home or office wall
Famous SF Bay Area Sports Event
Stanford vs Cal Berkeley Football Game — each year in November
Stanford University Sports
- Cardinals Basketball
- Stanford Crew
- Cardinal Football
University of California
- California Golden Bears
- Cal Bears Basketball
San Jose State University
- San Jose State Spartans Football
The Jay at Mavericks
— Surfing Contest
Mavericks worldwide Surfing Contest takes place in Half Moon Bay.
The official waiting period for the annual contest is usually between November 1st and March 31st.
San Francisco Bay Area Sports Tickets?
SF Bay to Breakers Race
- Third Sunday in May
The San Francisco Bay to Breakers is one of the most exciting and entertaining races in the United States. This fun race attracts over 100,000 participants each year, many of whom run in very creative costumes. The race first started in 1912 and is always held on the third Sunday in May. If you are in San Francisco during this time, it is not to be missed... and the people-watching is fantastic!
SF Bridge-to-Bridge Race
SF Bridge-to-Bridge Race takes place in San Francisco in October each year.
Bay Area Trail
Hiking, Biking & Walking
The Bay Trail provides easily accessible recreational
opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, including hikers, joggers,
bicyclists and skaters. It also offers a setting for wildlife viewing
and environmental education, and it increases public respect and
appreciation for the Bay.
When complete, the Bay Trail will be a continuous
400-mile recreational corridor that will encircle the entire Bay
Area, connecting communities to each other and to the Bay. It will
link the shorelines of all
nine counties in the Bay Area and 47 of its cities. To date,
240 miles of the Bay Trail, or more than half its ultimate length,
has been developed.
More Bay Area Trail Info
NASCAR & Racing Tickets
Infineon Raceway - Sonoma
Mazda Raceway - Monterey