Book And Rent A Car
Consider Bee Black Car To Pick You Up From Your Point of Departure To Your Destination.
A sporting event is a fixed-time event, so getting to the venue through public transport can be late, and you can miss a part of the energetic game. In this case, traveling on a booked vehicle, Bee Black Car, is the best option.
Let’s get to the match exactly on time plus, we can also take you to several activities, like lunch parties or hangouts, before and after the event.
TRAVEL SOLUTIONS FOR LARGE GROUPS
Most people want to travel in a group to enjoy sports and travel together. We have made it possible as our fleet contains Sprinter Vans(for 14+ passengers) and SUVs(for 6+ passengers), which quickly drop you off at your destination.
With our client care service, it’s very easy to book a luxury vehicle according to your needs. We already have complete knowledge about the event, so we suggest the shortest way for you to enter the venue without any hassle.
As our chauffeurs are familiar with all the areas, your worries about arriving early, finding a good parking slot, or avoiding crowds are tackled with our professional drivers’ help. Just place a booking, and we’ll serve you as you demand.
WE ARE PROVIDING 2 WAYS OF TRAVEL SERVICE FOR SPORTING EVENTS
YOU CAN FIND BEE BLACK CAR SERVICE TO ENJOY SPORT EVENTS IF YOU’RE VISITING BELOW ARENAS.
CHASE CENTRE (4.7/5)
Warriors Way, SF, CA 94158, US
It is an award-winning sports and entertainment arena in the mission’s bay area. For music events, it offers seating of 19,500, while for basketball, it seats 18,064 people. It’s been serving as the Golden State Warriors warrior football team’s home stadium. Due to venue policies, we cannot enter a mile to pick you up from exactly outside the stadium; for our hourly service, you’ll pay for parking inside the stadium’s parking lot.
ORACLE PARK (4.7/5)
24 Willie Mays Plaza, SF, CA 94107, US
Oracle park is a vast and major baseball stadium home to the San Francisco Giants since 2000. It has hosted many American football games, and the stadium contains 68 luxury suites, 5,200 club seats, and an additional 1,500 club seats at the field level. There is also a minibus station near the stadium. Many people come here to support their favorite team, so getting in and out can be late due to the large crowd
LEVI’S STADIUM (4.4/5)
SF, CA 94103, US
Levi’s stadium is located in Santa Clara, bay area of SF, the home venue of the San Francisco 49ers since 2014, which has been in the Nation Football league. Opened on 17 July 2014 with 75000 seats, it has one of the honors to host one of the largest sports events like the Fifa World Cup.
RING CENTRE COLISEUM (4.3/5)
7000 Joe Morgan Wy, CA 94621, US
The ring center coliseum is an outdoor sports stadium in the Coliseum Complex near SF’s bay area. It is a proud home to Major Baseball’s League Oakland Athletics. It has a sitting capacity of 63200+ persons with limited parking slots, so it can take a long time to get in and out.
KEZAR STADIUM (4.7/5)
670 Kezar Dr, SF, CA 94118, US
This stadium was opened in 1990 for outdoor athletics and is located adjacent to the Kezar pavilion in the corner of golden gate park SF. It’s a very clean place with a capacity of 9044 and easy parking access. The Kazer hosts many sports leagues and SF’s high school football games, so it’s worth visiting.
BAY AREA HALL OF FAME (5/5)
235 Montgomery St #760, SF, CA 94104, US
This place is a nonprofit organization for presenting the honor to the sports teams who have made several records and left a good impact in SF. Sports lovers donate money to organizations that help youth players get higher global positions. Players tell their struggles and share their success stories on award days; overall a very good place to see all champions together as celebrities
BOXER STADIUM (4.1/5)
166 Havelock St, SF, CA 94112, US
It is a famous soccer stadium located in balboa park. Since its opening in 1953, it has been home to different soccer and football leagues in San Francisco. Boxer stadium has hosted 16 USA Eagles international soccer matches. This place is owned by SF’s recreation and park departments and is the only public soccer-specific stadium in SF with just a capacity of 3500.