San Francisco 49ers News - 2013 49ers NFL Updates
The San Francisco 49ers are hungry after last year’s Super Bowl
loss to the Baltimore Ravens which was dubbed the ‘Harbaugh Bowl.’ The NFC Champions have stacked their roster with rookie talent. Although both Brandon Carswell and star WR Michael Crabtree have sustained injuries this offseason, QB Colin Kaepernick and receivers A.J. Jenkins, Marlon Moore and Ricardo Lockette all looked good at minicamp. Plus, the Niners added Anquan Boldin, who played with the Ravens last season.
The 49ers will move to a new stadium in Santa Clara
for the 2014 season, one that will be technologically advanced. Residing in the Silicon Valley, one would expect nothing less; Levi’s Stadium is projected to go ticketless and cash free. All transactions will be made through your smartphone. The smartest stadium in the NFL will also be home to Super Bowl 50.
Key games on the 49ers schedule in 2013 include their regular season home opener San Francisco 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers
in a rematch of last year’s NFC Divisional game. The Week 1 game at Candlestick Park
is averaging $321 and is the most expensive of the regular season. Another must-see matchup in San Francisco? The Divisional rivalry game San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks
two months later. It’s the faceoff between two former Pac-10 (now Pac-12) coaches who are itching to get their hands on this year’s NFC West title. Despite the recent success of the Niners Program, San Francisco 49ers tickets are averaging $204, just $15 more than the League average. The cheapest Niners game on this year’s schedule is against division rival, Arizona Cardinals