Shared turf for 49ers, Raiders?

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  1. Wolf

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    Ive always wondered about the grass issue. 2 games a week sure seems like a beating for normal grass. And it would be strange to have souveniers for a rival team for sale in your stadium
     
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    So if the Raiders are playing the 49ers, who is the home team? Who gets to sit in the seats: the home team fan or visitors?
     
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    The Pencil Neck Subscribed Contributor

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    The schedule tells you who's the home team and who's the visitor. The fans of the home team get their normal seats and the fans of the visiting team will have to buy tickets specifically for that game.
     
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    Raiders can't afford a stadium after Nnamdi Asomugha signed a three-year, $45.3 million deal.
     
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    Giants and Jets have been dealing with some of these issues for several years, as have the Lakers and the Clippers in the NBA.

    The home team (and who gets to sit in the seats) is determined the exact same way as it is currently.
     

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