The San Francisco 49ers are going to the Super Bowl in Miami where they will face the Kansas City Chief. The Niners beat the Green Bay Packers in a 2020 NFC Conference Championship 37-20. The Niners will bring the best defense against the Chiefs #1 offense. Browse our huge selection of Forty-Niners tickets right here or you can call us toll-free at (888) 892-6572 to speak with one of our ticket specialists.
1/11/2020 - The San Francisco Niners are one win away from a trip to Miami as they took care of business at Levi's Stadium beating the Minnesota Vikings 27-10. The Niners took care of business on both ends putting up big yards on the ground and a defensive masterpiece. The Niners will host the NFC Conference Championship on Sunday, January 19, 2020 and will take on either the Seattle Seahawks or the Green Bay Packers. The Niners split the regular season matchup against the Seahawks and easily beat the Packers at Levi's.
The San Francisco 49ers are heading in a new direction under the leadership of John Lynch. Lynch seems to have a solid relationship with head coach Kyle Shanahan and the two are building a team for the future that will be very competitive immediately. With the acquisition of Patriot's backup Jimmy Garoppolo, the Niners won the final 5 games of 2017-2018 and look to keep the trend alive in this upcoming season.
As good as the San Francisco 49ers were during the Joe Montana and Steve Smith year is how bad the Niners have been over the past decade. Bay Area fans could not have predicted the recent head coaching change could yield such amazing results but the Niners find themselves 7-1 and are running away with the NFC West. The offense, led by Alex Smith and Frank Gore, seems to be clicking on all cylinders. The Niner Faithful hope their beloved 49ers can continue the trend for the second half of the season. You can be sure these tickets will be tougher to come by as the season progresses. Get your Niner tickets right here at CheapSeatsTickets.com
And now, the Levi's Jeans company has purchased the naming rights to the new stadium in Santa Clara.
The naming rights bring stadium revenue over the one billion dollar mark, just a quarter billion shy of the $1.2 billion cost. The stadium has collected more than $800 million in seat and luxury box sales over the past year and half.