SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 31 (UPI) -- Denver may be closer to San Francisco than Charlotte, but there is no home field advantage in the Super Bowl.
It's a good thing that the Levi's Stadium grounds crew has two weeks to prepare for the Feb. 7 contest, because it goofed on its end zone paint jobs over the weekend.
Multiple reporters and media outlets snapped pictures of the snafu, which featured the Denver Broncos logo and team name painted in both end zones. One of those end zones belongs to the Carolina Panthers.
Luckily, the grounds crew eventually caught the mistake and painted one of the end zones black, with a blue Panthers logo and name.
The Levi's Stadium Facebook account posted: " Carolina Panthers, the end zone is officially ready for dabbing. #SB50 #KeepPounding."
Super Bowl 50 kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in Santa Clara. The game will air on CBS.