San Francisco 49ers Home Schedule 2019

The San Francisco 49ers open their 2019 NFL season on the road and their first home game comes against the Pittsburgh Steelers (Sept. 22) in Week 3. Their NFC West divisional home games include Week 10 on Monday Night Football vs. the Seattle Seahawks (Nov. 11) and Week 11 vs. the Arizona Cardinals (Nov. 17).

The 49ers have an early bye in Week 4. After that, they face the Cleveland Browns (Oct. 7) in Week 5 on Monday Night Football. A couple of other important home matchups include the Green Bay Packers (Nov. 24) in Week 12 and the Atlanta Falcons (Dec. 15) in Week 15.

2019 San Francisco 49ers Home Schedule

Schedule Date Opponent Time (Pacific)
Preseason Sat, Aug. 10 vs. Dallas Cowboys 6:00 PM
Preseason Thu, Aug. 29 vs. Los Angeles Chargers 7:00 PM
Week 3 Sun, Sept. 22 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 1:25 PM
Week 5 Mon, Oct. 7 vs. Cleveland Browns 5:15 PM
Week 8 Sun, Oct. 27 vs. Carolina Panthers 1:05 PM
Week 10 Mon, Nov. 11 vs. Seattle Seahawks 5:15 PM
Week 11 Sun, Nov. 17 vs. Arizona Cardinals 1:05 PM
Week 12 Sun, Nov. 24 vs. Green Bay Packers 1:25 PM
Week 15 Sun, Dec. 15 vs. Atlanta Falcons 1:25 PM
Week 16 TBD vs. Los Angeles Rams TBD

San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s® Stadium

The 49ers, founded in 1946, play at Levi’s® Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The stadium seats over 68,000 and is one of the newer NFL stadiums, opening in 2014. It hosted Super Bowl LI and was designed as an open stadium with a natural grass field. The stadium is known for its excellent sightlines and convenient public transportation access.

San Francisco 49ers Seating Chart – Levi’s® Stadium

San Francisco 49ers Seating Chart

Individual game tickets for all games are available now.

All game times are local and subject to change.

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