Mike Teselle reports.
A charismatic quarterback in his third season in San Francisco emerging as a leader and a face of the franchise.
Ann Rubin reports.
San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle gave away two Super Bowl LIV tickets to the family of a soldier killed in the line of duty.
The mural started as a sketch with chalk. After crates of spray paint, outdoor exterior paint and rollers, it developed into a piece of art some 15 feet tall and 45 feet wide.
The National Football League said tailgating is not allowed at Super Bowl LIV in Miami on Sunday.
All eyes will turn to Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 2 for Super Bowl LIV.
We found the 49ers 'Super fan' who has stuck by his team for 70 years.
Kyle Shanahan’s play calls from his first trip to the Super Bowl as an offensive coordinator have been heavily scrutinized.
Ticket broker StubHub says ticket prices jumped 365% Sunday after the opponents were set, compared to a 92% spike when the New England Patriots match up was set with the Los Angeles Rams last year.
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San Francisco 49ers coach Katie Sowers will make history when the team steps on the field at Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens, Fla., where they'll take on the Kansas City Chiefs next month.
The Niners will don white jerseys with gold pants when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 2 in Miami, the team confirmed Monday.
About 40 people were waiting in line just to get into the team store at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara Monday to buy NFC Championship gear.
In a Twitter post Monday at 12:53 p.m., Smith, who was San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott's partner when they worked at the Los Angeles Police Department, can be seen donning the jersey.
The team that was so bad a year ago that the coaching staff got rewarded with a week coaching the Senior Bowl in Alabama is now playing for the championship in the Super Bowl on Feb. 2 in Miami against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Maureen Naylor reports from Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.
The tweet is Green Bay's attempt at making good on an earlier promise with SFPD chief Bill Scott.
KTVU Sports Anchor Joe Fonzi breaks it all down.
The combination of an attractive matchup, close odds and the spread of legalized sports betting means hundreds of millions of dollars will exchange hands over the next two weeks.