With the 2018 season fast approaching, the NFL is looking to install new bathrooms in all 30 stadiums across the league.
The league has already begun installing bathrooms at a handful of venues, but the next phase will include all 30 teams in 2019.
A new bathroom will be installed in the new 49ers stadium, a facility that was designed to be more than just a locker room, but more of a living room, according to a report by The San Francisco Chronicle.
The 49ers have installed a new kitchen, a new dining room and a new office for general manager Trent Baalke and other senior staff.
The new bathrooms will be located in the south end zone, between the two south end zones.
“The South End Zone is the heart of the 49ers’ home-field advantage, which was created when we created the team in 2006,” 49ers President Joe Ellis said in a statement.
“We want to celebrate that legacy with a fresh, contemporary look that incorporates the elements of the stadium’s design.”
The 49ers opened the new locker room at Candlestick Park in 2019, but they had a history of installing bathrooms before that.
In 2005, the 49er’s new facility opened with the original locker room built on top of the old facility, and the two restrooms were separated by a large wooden fence.
“I am confident we will be able to get the restrooms back in working order with the help of our dedicated team,” Ellis said.
“The 49er locker room is a place that celebrates all of our sports teams, and we are happy to be able bring this new look to Candlestack.”
The team has not released the exact cost of the new bathrooms, but NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the cost is about $3 million per restroom.
Ellis said the new toilets will cost about $1 million each.
The 49ERS opened a new lockerroom and dining room in 2019 after the team relocated to Candlemax Park in 2018.