SAN JOSE, Calif. (KTVU) - The San Francisco 49ers arrived back in the Bay Area on Monday after their 31-20 loss against the Kansas City in Super Bowl LIV.
The team landed at San Jose International Airport around 2:02 p.m. as faithful fans waited nearby to welcome them.
The Niners had a remarkable turnaround in Sunday's game but stumbled at the end and lost to the Chiefs.
“It was a great season,” linebacker Fred Warner said. “I can’t take anything away from what we’ve done. To go 4-12 and then go to the Super Bowl and have a chance to win in it, it’s one of those things that will hurt for a while. I’m going to do everything in my power to make sure we’re better.”
The 49ers were looking to claim a sixth Lombardi trophy and join the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers as the only NFL teams with six Super Bowl titles.