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How To Watch the San Francisco 49ers Games Live

NFL sack leaders: Nick Bosa
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The San Francisco 49ers started the season strong, and franchise QB Brock Purdy and team continued fighting all the way to the end, making it to the Super Bowl.

The San Francisco 49ers will play the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday, February 11.

To watch the San Francisco 49ers, make sure to sign up for a sports streaming service that offers Fox, CBS, NBC, ESPN, and NFL Network. We’ll break down which options are best here.

Where can you stream almost all of the San Francisco 49ers games?

Hulu + LiveSling TVDIRECTV STREAMFuboYouTube TV
NFL Network
*in select locations

Watch San Francisco 49ers games on Hulu + Live TV 

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Hulu + Live TV$76.9990+No
Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV $89.9990+No

With Hulu + Live TV, you’ll get access to an on-demand library of movies, shows, and originals, as well as 90+ live TV channels starting at just $76.99 per month. You can upgrade to the no-ad plan for $89.99 per month to avoid those pesky commercials. Both Hulu + Live TV plans include unlimited DVR and a wide range of devices that support the app. You’ll also receive access to ESPN Plus and Disney Plus with either plan, making your non-football watching days equally entertaining. 

Watch San Francisco 49ers games on DIRECTV STREAM

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

DIRECTV STREAM is a no-commitment streaming service offered by AT&T, making it an appealing choice for sports fans. For a limited time, DIRECTV STREAM is offering a five-day free trial to test the service out before selecting a monthly plan. DIRECTV STREAM also allows you to watch on up to 20 screens in your home at the same time and has the ability to access over 7,000 other streaming apps like Netflix, HBO Max, and more. 

Watch San Francisco 49ers games on Fubo

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

Fubo is a great streaming service for almost any sports fan. Each plan has popular channels like Fox, CBS, NBC, and some add-ons even offer NFL RedZone and NFL Network. Though a bit on the more expensive side for bigger plans, the channel list makes the cost worth it for most viewers. Don’t forget, you can also start each Fubo plan with a seven-day free trial

Watch San Francisco 49ers games on Sling TV

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Sling Orange$4031+No
Sling Blue$4042+No
Sling Orange & Blue$5548+No

Sling TV is one of the more affordable live TV streaming options and is our preferred option to watch the 49ers this year. Starting at only $40 per month, users can access the Sling Orange plan or the Sling Blue plan for $40 per month. Users can also merge both packages for $55 per month. The lineup includes ESPN and NFL Network, along with Fox and ABC in select locations. Just enter your zip code on the Sling homepage to see exactly which channels you’ll get. Those who don’t get local channels with Sling can pair their Sling subscription with an HD antenna to get local broadcast channels for free. New customers receive 50% off their first month.

Watch San Francisco 49ers games on YouTube TV

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

YouTube TV is one of the only services that offers one base plan. For $72.99 per month, you’ll get access to on-demand movies and shows as well as over 100+ live TV channels. Right now, YouTube TV is also running a promotion to get $24 off your first three months ($8 per month).

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