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San Fransisco 49ers Tickets 2020 Season Outlook

A few plays away from being being Super Bowl Champions in 2019, the 2020 season for the San Francisco 49ers will be a redemption tour of sorts. With Jimmy Garoppolo leading the charge at the quarterback position and an array of weapons, the 49ers expect to be contending for the title once again. George Kittle is the main target for Garoppolo, and the Pro Bowl tight end has entered the conversation of best tight end in the game today. 

On defense, Richard Sherman and Nick Bosa wreak havoc on almost every play. The complimentary football the 49ers play will keep them in every game this season. San Francisco 49ers tickets at the beautiful Levi Stadium will be at the top of every fan's wish list, find yours today! 

History of the San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers were established in 1946 as a charter member of the All-America Football Conference, and joined the NFL in 1950 during the two leagues' merger. They were the first major league professional sports franchise based in San Francisco. The team was created in an effort to bring a sports franchise to San Francisco. The name 49ers comes from "Forty-niners," the name given to the gold prospectors who arrived in Northern California around 1849 during the California Gold Rush. The 49ers wear scarlet and gold colors. The 49ers have had some of the best players the NFL has ever seen, with 12 Hall of Famers including Steve Young, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott, and legendary coach Bill Walsh. As one of the most successful franchises in the NFL's history, the 49ers have won five Super Bowls and given fans tons of memorable moments. The 49ers home field is Levi’s Stadium which opened on July 17, 2014. It is located in Santa Clara, California and has a capacity of 75,000. Levi’s Stadium is one of the largest buildings in America and recently hosted Super Bowl 50. The most prominent rival of the 49ers is the Dallas Cowboys. This rivalry began in the 1970s and became especially prominent during the 1990s. For three straight seasons from 1992-1994, the two teams met in the conference championship game, where the winner went on to win the Super Bowl in every one of those seasons. It is ranked the 10th best rivalry in NFL history.