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San Francisco 49ers History

The San Francisco 49ers were established in 1946 as a member of the All-America Football Conference and later joined the NFL in 1950 when the leagues merged. Tony Morabito, founder of the San Francisco 49ers, was the sports pioneer of the West, bringing San Francisco its first major league team in a professional sports business that was dominated by the East Coast. 

By 1979, the 49ers had won three NFC West Division Championships, but with the introduction of quarterback Joe Montana, the team quickly began to dominate the NFL. By 1981, the San Francisco 49ers won their first Super Bowl Championship (XVI) and would go on to repeat their Super Bowl Success in 1984 (XIX), 1988 (XXIII), 1989 (XXIV), and again in 1994 (XXIX).

By 2013, the 49ers once again found themselves playing in a Super Bowl Championship (XLVII) against the Baltimore Ravens. With a surprising loss of 31-34, the San Francisco 49ers left the Super Bowl for the first time without a victory. The team has produced a number of notable Hall of Fame players throughout its history, including Bob Saint Clair, Jimmy Johnson, Ronnie Lott, Dave Wilcox, Steve Young, Fred Dean, and Jerry Rice, alongside head coach Bill Walsh. 

San Francisco 49ers Team Info

Conference: NFC

Division: West

Year Founded: 1944

Team Colors: Red, Gold, White

Mascot: Sourdough Sam

Team Rivals: Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks

San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

Located in Santa Clara, California, Levi’s Stadium has served as the home field for the San Francisco 49ers since it opened in 2014. Construction on the stadium started in April 2012 and was completed for the July 17, 2014 opening, making it the fastest-constructed stadium in the NFL.

With a capacity of 68,500 fans for 49ers games, Levi’s Stadium also features 9,000 club seats, nine club spaces and 176 luxury suites. Its lower seating bowl is among the largest in the NFL, and features five-star dining options, spectacular views, and upscale bars. Levi’s Stadium was also selected as one of 16 venues to host matches during the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

Learn more about Levi’s Stadium here.


The San Francisco 49ers schedule release video was uploaded on May 11, 2023. You can watch the Bay Area-inspired music video here.

The San Francisco 49ers’ 2023 regular season kicks off in September 2023 at Acrisure Stadium against the Pittsburgh Steelers and concludes at Levi’s Stadium against the Los Angeles Rams. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:

  • 09/10 @ Pittsburgh Steelers
  • 09/17 @ Los Angeles Rams
  • 10/01 vs. Arizona Cardinals 
  • 10/08 vs. Dallas Cowboys 
  • 11/23 @ Seattle Seahawks 
  • 12/25 vs. Baltimore Ravens
  • 01/07 vs. Los Angeles Rams

The loyal 49ers fanbase is known as “The Faithful.”

Tickets for the 2023 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the San Francisco 49ers.

If you’re in the San Francisco area for a 49ers game, there’s plenty to do outside of the stadium, including live music and comedy options. Check out a list of ideas here.

Check out the Levi’s Stadium seating chart here.

Levi's Stadium hosted Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016. The NFL is expected to name Levi’s Stadium as the home of Super Bowl LX in 2026.

The San Francisco 49ers’ biggest rivals are the Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks.

The San Francisco 49ers have been to the Super Bowl seven times. Their last appearance was Super Bowl LIV against the Kansas City Chiefs, who defeated the 49ers 31-20. The 49ers have won a total of five Super Bowl championships.


Rating: 4.3 out of 5 based on 593 reviews
  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    My first game

    by N. M. on 9/14/23

    Love my team October 8th will be my first game I see our San Francisco 49ers play at Levi stadium and I'm hoping to go to more games for our San Francisco 49ers! In the near future stay faithful guys love you Nate dog let's go niners ❤️💛🔥🙌👍🔥👀🏈

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great fun for family

    by John LIncoln on 8/8/23

    This is my second year going to training camp and it is well organized. You arrive at the Red lot, go through security and then on to a shuttle bus that takes you to the training facility (not the stadium). You then sit on the bleachers and watch the training camp. There is no food for sale, but they do have water in cups. The restrooms are portable toilets. The only suggestion would be to have something to do after for the couple of thousand fans there like open the museum.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    See your gridiron heroes up close & personal!

    by HollyR on 8/7/23

    Last year was the first year I'd gone to the 49ers training camp. I had a BLAST! I was able to go twice this year, and it did not disappoint. The staff working the event are super nice, and it's really well run and organized. Staying afterwards means you might get to meet your hero, and even if you don't get to meet the player you want, I guarantee you'll love the guy you DO meet. The players are great, and I mean GREAT, with the kids. Super patient, very professional. Mad respect that they're out there, grinding, in the heat, and pressure of making the team, and yet they're so kind and considerate when interacting with the fans. LOVE MY TEAM! Go NINERS!

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Training Camp was fun!

    by Mikey-O on 8/7/23

    Made it to the longest practice session of the training camp so far but it was a great time! Very close to the players and they interact with the fans when necessary. Appreciate the experience!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Best day ever

    by Mike G on 8/6/23

    The younger kids autograph section was amazing. Kittle is such a class act and the whole 49ers team is the best. They are making life long fans for now my younger kids as well. We Couldn’t have had a more fun family day. If your a 49er fan the training camp is a must!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great as always.

    by Nico on 8/4/23

    It’s a really fun event and everyone is in a good mood and happy to be there.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Ok I guess

    by Jaz on 8/4/23

    Took my husband for his birthday wasn’t much to it. You literally just sit and watch them throw the ball around. Would’ve been nice if they offered a food stand. You get hungry sitting there for 2 hours. At least they provided water.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    training camp

    by ninergal on 8/3/23

    People change things on you without telling you the way to go about things are new!!! I could not get my tickets to the training camp via 49er app or ticketmaster app. The 49er app just kept blinking off and on. While standing in line, I turn on/off my phone 3 times did not help. I uninstalled the 49er app and reinstalled and it did not help (did this twice). Ticketmaster app just kept putting a red circle with re blackslash on the transfer icon. So in order to get tickets to get in we had to wait for 209 minutes plus while they brought us paper tickets and we had a handicap person with us that could not stand that long. Luckily the nice women ask the handicapp cart to allow them to sit there while waiting then Steve was kind enough to take us over to the training camp area. I had to ger home wait a day uninstall everything regarding football and reinstall and it finally worked. ALL of my othere apps were working just find and I was using several that morning. so it was not my phone

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great experience

    by Karen Guacamole on 8/3/23

    Attended my first training camp and I highly recommend it! We met a lot of local fans which was a nice change of pace coming from the Seattle area. The only criticism was the experience trying to purchase the tickets. Even though we logged on early and was in the lobby 30 mins+ , it was a headache trying to get tickets.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Great experience

    by Missy on 8/3/23

    Sitting on the sideline with Shanahan right in front of us throwing the ball to the players. Being able to witness Kittle and Lance both do their thing. Hufanga signing autographs at arm reach. I literally could go on and on. So glad I have experienced this and with my kids at that.