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Overall Rating

4.2

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Great time at niners Levi’s stadium!

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What a great stadium, food was great and beers were easy to get to, however I do wish you had beer vendors in the stands it would just make it even more convenient.

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Really great time

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It was fun cold rainy but it was the best game of the year ate sea Turkey lol go niners

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Parking

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Parking was not organized. We paid $61 for parking, including fees, and did not get to park to where we were designated. Others used the closest parking to set up their tailgate. Parking was horrible.

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Great time

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Had very good time with my family we will be attending another game soon as possible.

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Touchdown bomb

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Seating was great, nice stadium, no lines at restrooms

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49ers vs Lions 9/16/18

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Great stadium and even greater game! It was my first home 49ers game and it was worth the trip. The atmosphere and crowd support was awesome. I can’t wait to come back.

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Niners vs lions

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Great experience. They won and the fans were loud all game.

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It was great place to see the 49ers play. Just need to make sure you get there early and sit in a section with shade.

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Was a surprise trip for my husband, he is a 49ers fan and we live in TN titans land. He really enjoyed himself.

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Lots of empty seats

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coming from Hawaii to experience a NFL game this was a bad choice. REally should of found a better game to attend. Dallas cowboys would've been the better game to attend.

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San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

Named for the Gold Rush era and the prospectors that helped put San Francisco on the map of the United States, the 49ers are one of the most storied and respected teams in the NFL. From Joe Montana to Jerry Rice and beyond, the team has produced many legendary players. Loyal 49ers fans jump at the chance to get tickets to Levi's Stadium for every home game. Decked out in red and gold, they are both energetic and loyal to the five-time Super Bowl Championship team. 

San Francisco 49ers 2017-18 Season

The San Francisco 49ers named John Lynch as general manager and Kyle Shanahan as head coach in 2017, and finished the season with a 6-10 record. The 49ers completed the 2017 season on a five-game win streak and were the only team in the NFL to post a perfect 5-0 record in December. The leadership and vision of Lynch and Shanahan allowed the team to add key contributors in 2017 and beyond through free agency, the NFL Draft and resourceful trades. After completing a trade with the New England Patriots to acquire QB Jimmy Garoppolo late in the season, the team quickly signed him to a long-term extension in the early part of the 2018 offseason. Heading into the second season of the Lynch-Shanahan duo, the 49ers are looking to build off of recent momentum heading into the 2018 season.

Team 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 was the sports pioneer of the West, bringing San Francisco its first major league professional team in a professional sports business that was dominated by the East Coast. As the seasons went on, Morabito was the heart and soul of the organization, signing on greats like “The Million Dollar Backfield”: Joe “The Jet” Perry, Hugh “The King” McElhenny and John Henry Johnson. He also attracted some of the NFL’s most renowned talents in R.C. Owens, Bob St. Clair, Leo Nomellini, John Brodie and Y.A. Tittle. The franchise was with the Morabito family until 1977, when a new team owner, Edward DeBartolo Jr. of Youngstown, Ohio emerged to buy the franchise.

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 2005, 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. The team's biggest rivals to date include the Dallas Cowboys, the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers.