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A new era begins in San Francisco as Chip Kelly takes over as head coach of this historic NFL franchise. The 49er faithful will look for QB Colin Kaepernick to play like he did a few seasons ago when he took them to the Super Bowl. Don’t miss out on the great offerings of San Francisco 49ers tickets on Rukkus today!

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Levi’s Stadium has many parking lots and spaces that are available for purchase adjacent to the stadium. All parking lots are within walking distance of Levi’s Stadium and a parking pass can be purchased prior to the game. As well, Levi’s Stadium is readily accessible by public transportation to the Santa Clara area of California.

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What makes Levi’s Stadium special?

Levi’s Stadium is the newest and most modern stadium in the entire NFL. It has been praised and regarded for its excellent sightlines, modern architecture, bountiful amenities, public transportation access, and technological advancements. Levi’s Stadium is located in Santa Clara, California, one of the most technologically advanced areas of the country, and in accordance with the area, the stadium is as technologically up-to-date as they come.

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An unforgettable day of excitement awaits those who attend a San Francisco 49ers game. The quality of football is outstanding and keeps you on the edge of your seat. The beautiful stadium facility will impress you and have you coming back for more. Get your tickets right away and experience 49ers football!

The 49ers have enjoyed both historic and recent success in the NFL standings. Some of the legendary players to play for this organization include Joe Montana, Steve Young and Jerry Rice. Led by a young cast of talented athletes, the current 49ers offense can keep up with the best the league has to offer. Their defense deploys a punishing style of football and makes game-changing plays. Don’t miss out on this fantastic NFL action!

Along with the great football comes an incredible atmosphere at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Recently opened in 2014, this is a state-of-the-art facility that boasts impressive accommodations for its guests. The home crowd of 49ers fans adds to the festive environment by loudly and energetically rooting for their team. Come join the thousands of 49ers fans to sheer on their team!

San Francisco 49ers Franchise History

There may not be a better visual than the skyline of San Francisco.

And during the 1980s, no team in the NFL looked (or played) better than the 49ers. This gold rush of championship performance was headed by the likes of Walsh, Montana, Lott, Craig and Rice. It was a run of excellence that is hard to surpass – and remains the defining time for San Francisco’s first professional sports franchise.

Before becoming an NFL member, the 49ers entered in the now-defunct All-American Football Conference (which also featured the Cleveland Browns) in 1946. After four seasons, the NFL opened its doors to San Francisco.

The transition, though, was a rough one at the start. A 3-9 record in 1950 could have signaled that the Niners were overmatched in their new league. But they proved any skeptics wrong over the next four 12-game seasons – averaging just over seven victories. The bulk of the offense was made by its “Million Dollar Backfield”: quarterback, Y.A. Tittle, fullback John Henry Johnson, fullback Joe Perry, and halfback Hugh McElhenny. However, there weren’t any postseason games to show for it.

But the Niners broke through in 1957, and earned the right to host the Western Conference Championship game against the Detroit Lions. A 27-7 halftime lead was squandered. The Lions roared back with backups at QB and running back and eventually won, 31-27.

The next 12 seasons proved further that San Francisco truly missed its chance at a title in ’57.

Without a playoff berth during that entire span, the 49ers sunk to mediocrity – concluding the 1960s with a 4-8-2 mark.

But a turnaround came when 1970 began.

In an MVP performance, quarterback John Brodie led the Niners to a 10-3-1 record and edged out the Los Angeles Rams for the NFC West crown. That was followed by a Divisional Playoff road victory over the defending conference champions, the Minnesota Vikings. The Dallas Cowboys ceased any hope of a berth in Super Bowl V, defeating San Francisco, 17-10, at Kezar Stadium. Little did the 49ers and their fans know that losing to the Cowboys would be a common theme over the next two years.

A 9-5 mark in 1971 didn’t yield any further playoff success, thanks again to another Dallas setback in the NFC title tilt. But the worst of this nightmarish run came in 1972.

For the third time in as many seasons, San Francisco had won the NFC West. The encounter with the Cowboys, on this occasion, came in the Divisional round. And a 15-point fourth quarter lead could not be held. Roger Staubach was officially commissioned as “Captain Comeback” on this day – at the 49ers expense. Dallas managed to score 17 unanswered points – including a last-second touchdown – to wrestle victory from the jaws of defeat.

That loss began a spiral downward for San Francisco. The team suffered six losing campaigns in a seven-year stretch. A pair of 2-14 seasons signaled for a major overhaul.

But, in looking back, the foundation for this construction of “The Team of the 80s” truly was laid in 1977, when Eddie DeBartalo gained ownership – a position he’d hold for the next 23 years.

He hired Bill Walsh as his head coach in 1979. That same year, the 49ers made what seemed to be a rather modest third round draft pick. Joe Montana was highly-regarded at Notre Dame, but thought to be too frail for the high standards of the NFL.

Montana became the starting quarterback in the middle of the 1980 season. Behind No. 16, the Niners won three of their final five contests. Among them was a spectacular comeback from 28 points down against the New Orleans Saints.

But it really began to click in 1981. The Niners finished 13-3 that year, which gave them the top seed in the NFC playoffs. After defeating the New York Giants, the upstarts went up against “America’s Team.”

It would be during the 1981 NFC Championship Game at Candlestick Park when the tremendous legacy of Joe Montana as a superstar officially took flight

It was a moment that launched the dynasty of the San Francisco 49ers…while temporarily ending the reign of the Dallas Cowboys.

After a successful career at Notre Dame, Montana was relegated to insignificance as a third round selection by a woebegone 49er team in the 1979 NFL Draft. But it wouldn’t be long before he – along with head coach Bill Walsh and a host of talented players – was able to change all that.

A 27-21 Dallas lead left Montana and the 49ers a chance to come through with some dramatics. The San Francisco signal-caller led his offense 83 yards in 11 plays – reaching the Cowboy 6-yard line. Just 58 seconds remained as a third-down-and-three situation awaited them.

As Montana took the snap, he rolled to his right – only to be met with multiple unimpeded Cowboy defenders. Joe threw the ball high – where it could either be caught by one of his receivers or land harmlessly incomplete beyond the end zone.

Dwight Clark leapt up. His hands in the shape of a triangle at the apex of his jump, Clark hauled in the pass – making the greatest grab in NFL history with his fingertips. Ray Wersching connected on the extra point to give the Niners a 28-27 lead with 51 seconds left.

The 49ers defense held off a late Cowboys rally and went on to win Super Bowl XVI – the first of their four Super Bowl titles in the 1980s. ‘The Catch’ proved to be the flashpoint moment of the decade – where a dynasty was born and the greatest quarterback of all-time began to cement his reputation as one of pro football’s legendary clutch performers.

The Niners went on to win Super Bowl XVI over the Cincinnati Bengals, 26-21 – the first of four Super Bowl rings for Montana and the first of three game MVP awards. But, once again, also aiding in the win was a key defensive stop. This one occurred in the form of a goal line stand in the third quarter.

Probably the greatest of all the Bill Walsh-Joe Montana squads was in 1984 – a 15-1 regular season record and a thrashing of Dan Marino and the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX.

What would prove to be a case of the rich getting richer, the Niners 1985 draft selections included a little-known wide receiver out of Mississippi Valley State, Jerry Rice.

The true emergence in ’85 came from running back Roger Craig, who was the first in league history to total at least 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving in the same season. San Francisco, however, would meet its match in the playoffs over the next two years – losing to the New York Giants on both occasions.

Even an outstanding 1987 couldn’t break their playoff woes. Behind Rice’s 22 touchdowns in just 12 games, the Niners went 13-2 and were the prohibitive favorites to go back to the Super Bowl. But the Minnesota Vikings – at just 8-7 – had other plans. They stunned San Francisco in one of the postseason’s greatest upsets.

And the 49ers appeared to be losing their touch when they struggled for a heavy part of the ’88 season. They did, however, get it together in time. Montana returned from a brief benching to lead the Niners into a playoff rematch with Minnesota. On this day, the Vikings were no match. One week later in the NFC Championship Game, neither was the Chicago Bears (despite temperatures at Soldier Field hovering below 0 degrees).

Facing the Bengals again in the Super Bowl, they were again a stiff challenge. In fact, this team was 3:20 away from winning the 23rd edition as the 49ers were planted at their own eight-yard line, down 16-13.

With the championship in the balance, Montana showed his remarkable ability to perform in clutch situations. Completions to Jerry Rice and Roger Craig put the 49ers in position to win. The game-deciding drive lasted 11 plays, and culminated on a 10-yard touchdown pass from Montana to wide receiver John Taylor with 34 seconds remaining.

The third Super Bowl title of the 1980s was also the last for Walsh, as he left the 49ers in the offseason and was replaced by defensive coordinator George Siefert.

Montana didn’t let up after leading San Francisco to become the premiere franchise of the decade. He and the team seemed to pick up even more steam – and the final burst of energy came out with a dominating 55-10 victory in Super Bowl XXIV, where he threw five touchdowns.

"Three-peat" was the buzzword around the Bay Area for the 1990 season. The 49ers cruised into the playoffs, but in the NFC Championship against the Giants, Montana was knocked out of the game in the fourth quarter by defensive end Leonard Marshall.

New York won 15-13 thanks to five Matt Bahr field goals, including the game-winner as time expired. That injury proved to be devastating. Not only did the Niners, but Montana would relinquish his starting QB duties to Steve Young.

Thus began the overwhelming pressure by fans and media on Young to pick up where Joe had left off. Nothing less than a championship would suffice. Even two straight trips to the NFC Championship Games weren’t enough to escape from the long shadow of Montana – who was now in Kansas City. The Cowboys once again had the Niners’ number, and the combination of Young and Rice wasn’t able to get to a Super Bowl in either ’92 or ’93.

The burden would be lifted after 1994. San Francisco dominated the NFC, and then dethroned Dallas as two-time champs to punch a ticket to Super Bowl XXIX. There, Young left no doubt about his rightful place in the history of this franchise.

He threw six touchdowns (a Super Bowl record) as the 49ers cruised past the San Diego Chargers, 49-26.

But the incredible wave of accomplishment that this team had built since 1981 was beginning to crest. Injuries began to hinder the Niners from serious Super Bowl contention. Rice, who had already broken all known receiving records, was hampered for most of 1997 due to a knee ailment. The same could be said of Young, who suffered a concussion that season.

Another one in the middle of the 1999 campaign proved to be the end of his Hall of Fame career.

This was just part of the vast transformation that would take place. A few years prior, the stoic Siefert left his head coaching position in favor of boisterous Steve Mariucci. Young retired in ’99, Rice left after 2000 and all other key pieces from the dynasty years were gone as well.

A thrilling 1998 NFC Wild Card win over the Green Bay Packers, made possible by wide receiver Terrell Owens’ game-winning TD grab, dubbed “The Catch II”, and a comeback from 24 points down to beat the New York Giants in the opening round of the 2002 playoffs were the significant highlights of the Mariucci era.

More often than not, the talented Owens was a headline-maker more for his outbursts than his play on the field. He was shipped off to Philadelphia in 2004, and the Niners would go 2-14. The losing seasons would last through 2010, and a change was necessary.

The 49ers brass didn’t need to look far to find their next leader on the sidelines. Jim Harbaugh had made an immediate impact down the road at Stanford – and would do the same in San Francisco.

In his brief four-year stay with the 49ers, he guided the club to 44 wins to just 19 losses, three straight trips to the NFC Championship Game and a Super Bowl appearance.

Although Harbaugh coaxed great performances, the talent pool was deep. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick was inserted into the starting role in the middle of the 2012 season – taking over for former No. 1pick Alex Smith. His unique ability to throw bullet passes and run past a secondary caused defensive coordinators despair. The result, that year, was an NFC title, as the Niners beat the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome.

A sixth Lombardi Trohpy was not to be, however. A frantic comeback effort in Super Bowl XLVII came up, as San Francisco lost, 34-31, to the Baltimore Ravens – head coached by Jim’s brother, John.

This relationship, though, appeared to burn out with an 8-8 mark in 2014. Tensions between Harbaugh and management ran high, and Jim was off to coach is alma mater, the University of Michigan.

Departures and retirements have left this team in disarray and without a clear vision of the future. And, so, as the team enters the second season in its new home and the 70th overall, questions are abound about what’s to come. But there’s no questioning the fact that the San Francisco 49ers have set a gold standard for excellence.

You won’t be disappointed when you visit Levi’s Stadium for a 49ers game. Fast-paced action, phenomenal stadium facilities, and a fan-friendly atmosphere are just part of the overall experience. Come be a part of the festivities as the 49ers look to add to their impressive five Super Bowl wins. Grab your tickets today!

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$5.00 NFL Preseason: Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers — 08/31/2017
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$7.00 San Francisco 49ers at Washington Redskins — 10/15/2017
FedExField; Landover, MD
$10.00 NFL Preseason: San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs — 08/11/2017
Arrowhead Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$12.00 San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams — 10/13/2014
Edward Jones Dome; St Louis, MO
$13.00 Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers — 11/05/2017
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$15.00 San Francisco 49ers at Indianapolis Colts — 10/08/2017
Lucas Oil Stadium; Indianapolis, IN
$15.00 Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers — 11/26/2017
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$19.00 NFL Preseason: Houston Texans at San Francisco 49ers — 08/14/2016
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$19.00 San Francisco 49ers at Cleveland Browns — 12/13/2015
FirstEnergy Stadium; Cleveland, OH
$20.00 Cincinnati Bengals at San Francisco 49ers — 12/20/2015
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA

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$15,355.00San Francisco 49ers at New York Giants — 11/16/2014
MetLife Stadium; East Rutherford, NJ
$688.00San Francisco 49ers at Detroit Lions — 12/27/2015
Ford Field; Detroit, MI
$530.00Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers — 10/04/2015
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$448.00NFC Wild Card or Divisional Playoffs: TBD at San Francisco 49ers (If Necessary) — 01/04/2015
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$270.00San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks — 11/22/2015
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$262.00San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos — 10/19/2014
Sports Authority Field At Mile High; Denver, CO
$216.00Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers — 10/02/2016
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$209.00San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks — 12/14/2014
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$185.00San Francisco 49ers at Chicago Bears — 12/03/2017
Soldier Field; Chicago, IL
$179.00San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks — 09/25/2016
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA