Joe Montana and Dan Marino to Close out Candlestick Park with Flag Football Game

Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistApril 25, 2014

San Francisco 49ers' quarterback Joe Montana, left and Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino chat during a training session at Crystal Palace, July 26, 1988, in London.  Their teams meet in a match at Wembley Stadium on July 31.  (AP Photo/Doug Jennings)
Doug Jennings

San Francisco 49ers fans will get one last chance to see Joe Montana play at Candlestick Park.

The 49ers will be moving to Levi's Stadium next season, so Candlestick Park needs a fitting finale. Thanks to some NFL legends, fans will get to see one last game played at the legendary stadium.

According to 49ers.com's Andrew Pentis, Montana and Dan Marino will quarterback opposing teams in a flag football game at Candlestick Park on July 12. San Francisco legends Jerry Rice, Roger Craig and Dwight Clark are among some of the other players who will play in the game.

Fans will get one last chance to relive the glory years and watch some of the greatest players in franchise history play a game of football.

That's not a bad final game to close out Candlestick Park.