San Francisco 49ers Odds
There’s no NFL team in California that can match the historical success of the San Francisco 49ers.
With seven Super Bowl appearances and five Lombardi Trophies, the Niners have been an example of what a professional football organization can accomplish with the right coaching staff, roster and schemes.
Now, coach Kyle Shanahan is looking to add his own chapter to the championship legacy.
Check below for the latest live San Francisco 49ers odds, as posted at online CA sportsbooks, plus key betting insights for this week’s Niners matchup.
Today’s San Francisco 49ers odds
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49ers Super Bowl, NFC odds
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Trey Lance MVP, prop odds
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San Francisco 49ers player props and futures
There are lots of NFL betting opportunities that go beyond wagering on the quarterback or simple team performance in a game. From futures to props, player and team wagers are an extremely common part of the sports betting industry.
Some of the common 49ers futures you might find at California sportsbooks include:
- NFL Most Valuable Player – Trey Lance +6600
- NFL Comeback Player of the Year – Nick Bosa +7500
- Offensive Rookie of the Year – Trey Lance +600
- Defensive Player of the Year – Nick Bosa +750
While NFL player props sound similar to futures, they are a bit different. They focus on the performance of 49ers players and not their overall achievement. Below is a small sample of prop bets you might come across for San Francisco players:
- NFL Rushing Leader – Elijah Mitchell +2500
- NFL Passing Leader – Trey Lance +5000
- Jimmy Garoppolo over/under 15 interceptions
- Deebo Samuel over/under 1,000 receiving yards
Beyond individual player props, you can also place bets on team performance beyond their Super Bowl odds. These team props are going to have a wide variety of selections in almost every sportsbook as well, including whether their odds to win the NFC West are better than Los Angeles Rams odds.
- Over/under 8 San Francisco 49ers wins for the season
- Over/under 3 San Francisco 49ers field goals in a game
- NFC champions – San Francisco +1100
- NFC West Division Champions – San Francisco +650
- First player to score in a game: Deebo Samuel +250
- First team to score in a game: San Francisco 49ers -110
San Francisco 49ers coaches
It takes a team on the field as well as on the sideline to get the job done in the NFL. Below, we look at that sideline crew of coaches tasked with helping the 49ers play to the best of their ability.
- Head coach: Kyle Shanahan
- Defensive coordinator: DeMeco Ryans
- Special teams coordinator: Brian Schneider
- Run game coordinator: Chris Foerster
- Passing game coordinator: Bobby Slowik
The 49ers have had 20 head coaches throughout the history of the franchise. These are the last 10:
- Kyle Shanahan (2017-current)
- Chip Kelly (2016)
- Jim Tomsula (2015)
- Jim Harbaugh (2011-2014)
- Mike Singletary (2009-2010)
- Mike Nolan (2005-2008)
- Dennis Erickson (2003-2004)
- Steve Mariucci (1997-2002)
- George Seifert (1989-1996)
- Bill Walsh (1979-1988)
Where do the 49ers play home games?
Levi’s Stadium opened in 2014 and has been the home of the San Francisco 49ers ever since, as well as the host of the NCAA Redbox Bowl.
The stadium, which holds 68,500 and cost $1.3 billion to build, is located at:
- 4900 Marie P DeBartolo Way, Santa Clara, California
Some interesting facts about Levi’s Stadium include:
- Owner: City of Santa Clara
- Operator: Santa Clara Stadium Authority
- Capacity: 68,500
- Record attendance: 76,976 (WrestleMania 31 in 2015)
- Opened: July 17, 2014
How to watch and listen to San Francisco 49ers games
If you’re looking to catch some 49ers action, then you’ll be happy to discover you have plenty of choices for viewing and listening.
For those who watch their football over the airwaves, cable or satellite, you can find San Francisco games appearing on the following channels and services:
- NFL Network
- NFL Red Zone
- DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket
For those who would rather get their gridiron fix via streaming services, you can use the following:
- CBS All Access
- Fox Sports
- NBC Sports
- Amazon Prime Video
- DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket
- NFL Game Pass
- NFL Mobile App
- 49ers App
Fans who want to catch the game via the radio or streaming audio can do so with the following services:
- NFL Game Pass
- Westwood One
- Sirius XM
A brief history of the San Francisco 49ers
The San Francisco 49ers have been playing football since the mid-1940s and throughout the decades have made quite the name for themselves. Below we take a brief look at some of the most important dates in San Francisco 49ers history.
- 2020: San Francisco can’t get past the Kansas City Chiefs and fall in Super Bowl 54, 31-20
- 2014: The 49ers move to their new home field at Levi’s Stadium
- 2013: San Fran loses Super Bowl XLVII to the Baltimore Ravens, 34-31
- 1995: Steve Young leads the team to a 49-26 thumping of the San Diego Chargers to win Super Bowl XXIX
- 1990: The 49ers defeat the Denver Broncos, 55-10, to win their fourth Super Bowl title
- 1989: San Francisco once again defeats the Cincinnati Bengals to win the Super Bowl, this time in a 20-16 contest that would prove to be the last for Bill Walsh as the team’s head coach
- 1987: Steve Young is added to the roster in a trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- 1985: The 49ers move up 12 places in the first round of the NFL Draft to select Jerry Rice
- 1985: San Francisco adds a second Super Bowl title with a 38-16 win over the Miami Dolphins
- 1982: The 49ers defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 26-21 for their first-ever Super Bowl championship
- 1979: San Fran selects Notre Dame quarterback Joe Montana in the third round
- 1979: Bill Walsh hired as head coach
- 1971: 49ers move into Candlestick Park
- 1957: 49ers owner Tony Morabito collapses and dies during a game vs. the Bears, and the team is told at halftime only to come back to win the game
- 1954: 49ers use a backfield featuring Y.A. Tittle, Hugh McElhenny, John Henry Johnson and Joe Perry. The “Million Dollar Backfield” members are all part of the Hall of Fame
- 1950: San Francisco uses their first-ever NFL Draft pick to select Leo Nomellini, who goes on to play 14 seasons with 10 Pro Bowl selections and a place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
- 1949: The All-America Conference merges with the NFL and the 49ers are one of three teams added to the National Football League
- 1946: 49ers play their first game, with more than 35,000 fans in attendance
San Francisco 49ers FAQ
The average price for a game day ticket at Levi’s Stadium was $227 in 2020—up from a $125 average in 2018 and an $82 average in 2017.
The 49ers are owned by Denise DeBartolo York and John York, who purchased the organization in 1977 for $13 million.
According to statista.com, the San Francisco 49ers were valued at approximately $4.18 billion in 2021.
The team name comes from the term for the people who rapidly moved out west as part of the California Gold Rush, which reached its height in 1849.
The San Francisco 49ers have appeared in seven Super Bowls and won five. Unfortunately for fans, the team hasn’t won a title since 1995 and has lost its last two appearances.
A total of 28 inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame have been a part of the San Francisco 49ers organization. That includes former owner Edward J. DeBartolo, Jr. and former coach Bill Walsh.