National Football League. The 49ers tasted their first success in the postseason in the early 1970s when they went to back-to-back conference championships. However, in the 1980s, San Francisco became a powerhouse and started a dynasty under legendary head coach Bill Walsh, quarterback Joe Montana, and wide receiver Jerry Rice. The 49ers won their first Super Bowl title in 1982 against the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI. The 49ers returned to the Super Bowl three seasons later and won again, this time defeating the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX. San Francisco continued their dominance in the 1980s by winning two more Super Bowl championships. The 49ers were very successful in the 1990s as well behind quarterback Steve Young as they won their 5th Super Bowl title in the 1994 season against the San Diego Chargers. The decades of success and the numerous Hall of Famers have helped built a fan base that extends across the country and is one of the most loyal in the NFL. Whenever San Francisco playoff tickets go on sale, the fan base quickly jumps at the opportunity to see their favorite team in action. San Francisco 49ers tickets are always high in demand as the fan base has established themselves as one of the best in the NFL. Score with Ticket City – the place to go for San Francisco Playoff tickets.
A victory in the 2016 Super Bowl would give the San Francisco 49ers six total, which would put them as an elite franchise in the NFL for Super Bowl titles. For the 49ers to return to NFL’s top step, they will have to navigate themselves through a very difficult NFC Playoff Schedule. The 2016 San Francisco 49ers Playoff schedule will be determined by their final record in the 2015 regular season, a record which will also determine home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The 2016 San Francisco 49ers Playoff Schedule will include many of the most in demand games in the NFL this season.
- 2014: Lost NFC Championship (Seattle Seahawks)
- 2013: Lost Super Bowl XLVII (Baltimore Orioles)
- 2012: Lost NFC Championship (New York Giants)
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