Candlestick Park will likely close its doors forever after this week's "Monday Night Football" matchup between the Falcons and 49ers. Candlestick will always be remembered as the home of some of the most iconic moments in the history of sports and beyond. From Dwight Clark's thrilling catch to the terrors of the 1989 earthquake that postponed the World Series between the Giants and A's, the stadium will forever hold an important place in sports lore. And now we ask SportsNation to rank those moments.

Candlestick's Most Iconic Moments

1961 All-Star Game

1961 All-Star Game

The NL beat the AL 5-4 in a game that went 10 innings and is remembered for a gust of wind that forced then-Giants pitcher Stu Miller into a balk.

Yanks win '62 W.S.

Yanks win '62 W.S.

The Yankees beat the Giants 1-0 in Game 7 of the 1962 World Series when Bobby Richardson snags Willie McCovey's line-drive.

Beatles' final concert

Beatles' final concert

The Beatles play their final concert together in Candlestick Park in August 1966.

'The Catch'

'The Catch'

Dwight Clark catches the game-winning touchdown from Joe Montana as the 49ers beat the Cowboys in the 1981 NFC Championship Game.

W.S. Earthquake

W.S. Earthquake

Game 3 of the 1989 World Series between the A's and Giants is postponed due to the Loma Prieta earthquake.

Three-peat ended

Three-peat ended

The Giants end the 49ers' bid for a Super Bowl three-peat with a dramatic 15-13 win in the 1990 NFC Championship Game.

Jerry Rice TD record

Jerry Rice TD record

Jerry Rice breaks Jim Brown's NFL touchdown record. Rice caught three touchdowns on the night vs. the Raiders, which brought his career total to 127.

Young beats Cowboys

Young beats Cowboys

Steve Young throws two touchdowns and rushes for another, leading the 49ers to a 38-28 victory over the Cowboys in the 1994 NFC Championship Game.

Hearst's run

Hearst's run

Garrison Hearst rumbles 96 yards in the 1998 season opener to beat the Jets in overtime.

'The Catch II'

'The Catch II'

Terrell Owens hauls in a 25-yard, game-winning touchdown in the closing seconds of the 1998 NFC wild-card playoffs against the Packers.

'The Comeback'

'The Comeback'

The 49ers rally from a 24-point, third-quarter deficit to defeat the Giants 39-38 in a dramatic 2002 wild-card playoff game.

'The Catch III'

'The Catch III'

Vernon Davis catches a 14-yard touchdown from Alex Smith in the game's closing moments, and the 49ers defeat the Saints 36-32 in the 2011 divisional playoff round.

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