2019 San Francisco 49ers schedule

2019 2020 San Francisco 49ers schedule 2018 2017-The ticket of San Francisco 49ers matches will be soon released once the schedule will be fixed. You just get ready to sizzle in the ground with so many props and cheering ways to the team. Try to get the tickets as soon as you can because with the expansion of the time periods the tickets become more expensive because of demand. So, pre-plan your schedule to enjoy the relax match days.

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2019 San Francisco 49ers schedule

2019 2020 
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Arizona Cardinals
Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
Cleveland Browns
Pittsburgh Steelers
Green Bay Packers
Baltimore Ravens
Cincinnati Bengals
Los Angeles Rams
New Orleans Saints
Seattle Seahawks
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Washington Redskins
Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals
Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks
Philadelphia Eagles
Washington Redskins
Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins
NFC North*
NFC South*
Seattle Seahawks
New York Giants
New York Jets
New England Patriots
Los Angeles Rams
Dallas Cowboys
Arizona Cardinals
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Arizona Cardinals
Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks
Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
NFC South*
Arizona Cardinals
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Jacksonville Jaguars
Los Angeles Rams
NFC East*
Seattle Seahawks
Tennessee Titans
Arizona Cardinals
Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Chargers
NFC East*
Arizona Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
Denver Broncos
Los Angeles Rams
Oakland Raiders
NFC North*
Seattle Seahawks

Future San Francisco 49ers schedule

The home arena for San Francisco 49ers is Levi’s Stadium since 2014. The field is located in the San Francisco Bay Area which is approximately 40 miles (64 km) south of San Francisco. The name of the field is after the company Levi Strauss & Co., who has purchased its naming rights in 2013. Formerly, the team plays its home game at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco, then they moved to Candlestick Park in 1970. The modern design of the stadium was done by civil Engineer Winzler & Kelly, which was acquired by GHD Group in 2011 and the Commissioning services were provided by Glumac. The stadium is open with a natural grass surface. It has the seating capacity of 68,500 which can be expanded to approximately 75,000 to host major events like the Super Bowl and the FIFA World Cup. Along with luxury seats and other facilities for the fans, the stadium also consists of over 109,000 square feet of flexible premium meeting space in the club areas. Apart from NFL, the stadium hosts various other events like Super Bowl 50, Wrestle Mania 31, Ice hockey, Soccer and college football.

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