Someone at Levi's Stadium in California either really likes the Denver Broncos or forgot the Carolina Panthers even exist. The stadium grounds crew painted both end zones with the Broncos logo and name at the site where Super Bowl 50 will be played.
CBS photographer James Martin took a picture of the logo after it was painted and removed.
See the faint remains of 'BRONCOS' in the end zone? Grounds crew painted the logo on the wrong side. #SuperBowl50 pic.twitter.com/Jzy060MCzO
— James Martin (@Jamesco) January 26, 2016
Yahoo Sports' Samuel Lam got a shot of the Broncos logo in the right end zone with the faded Broncos logo in the other end zone.
How come all the end zone pictures are just the Broncos for #SB50? Because someone painted the wrong end zone. pic.twitter.com/mLsuc8LBk8
— Samuel Lam (@SamuelYLam) January 27, 2016
Thursday night, Levi's Stadium tweeted its own photo showing both logos in the end zones.
Waayyy up I feel blessed. #SB50 ? pic.twitter.com/dqrwuxBBsu
— Levi's® Stadium (@LevisStadium) January 29, 2016
Super Bowl 50 is Sunday, Feb. 7.