Every fall, The City by the Bay unites behind the iconic San Francisco 49ers. There's nothing quite like taking in a live NFL game at Candlestick Park. Situated majestically off the shores of the San Francisco Bay, the 49er's home stadium has been a cornerstone of sports history for over fifty years.
Support the Scarlet and Gold at Candlestick Park with San Francisco 49ers tickets. Bay Area fans have a superb selection of San Francisco 49ers tickets to choose throughout the pre-season, regular season, and playoffs at Vivid Seats. Our team of sales pros and customer service agents treat each individual order with pristine care. In addition to tickets to regular season home contests, we have a fantastic compilation of 49ers season tickets and 49ers playoff tickets available. Complete these three steps to acquire your 49ers tickets today:
Examine the 2013 SF 49ers schedule of games above and choose a contest you want attend this season. Only home games will be listed on the schedule, but if you wish to see away games as well, simply select "Away Games" from the drop down box above the table of games.
Scan through listings and prices on 49ers football tickets on the next page. You'll find a variety of seats available, along with additional seating information that explains Candlestick Park in greater detail. Use the seating chart to find 49ers tickets for all levels of seating.
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Candlestick Park Seating Chart Information
Standing off the shores of the San Francisco Bay since 1960, the 49ers' home field is a true landmark of the Bay Area. Plot out your next NFL experience with our Candlestick Park seating chart today. You can also find information about the stadium including the map, address and directions.
Riding the dual-threat skills of QB Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49ers topped the NFC West with an 11-4-1 record in 2012, and though they eventually lost to the Baltimore Ravens in the Super Bowl, the Niners’ young core displayed all of the necessary characteristics to battle for the Lombardi Trophy for years to come. To ensure that their opportunity occurs sooner than later, the 49ers acquired Pro Bowlers DB Nnamdi Asomugha and WR Anquan Boldin to fortify their defensive and offensive units. If everyone gels quickly, the moves should help the Niners put themselves in a prime position to repeat as NFC Champions and reach another Super Bowl.
The 49ers 2013 schedule is loaded with quality showdowns beginning on day one when the Green Bay Packers come to town on Sept. 8, rekindling one of the league’s most entertaining rivalries. Fans will certainly want to purchase 49ers tickets to witness high-profile clashes with the likes of the Indianapolis Colts (Sept. 22), Houston Texans (Oct. 6), and Seattle Seahawks (Dec. 8), which are all expected to return strong as well, in addition to the home finale against the Atlanta Falcons on Dec. 23 during Monday Night Football.