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The NFL fever did not dim down with COVID. Albeit, the sports landscape in the U.S. did suffer great setbacks due to the pandemic overall. For the San Francisco 49ers the NFL season kicked in with the first game against the Arizona Cardinals in early September. And, they had a lot more to grapple with this year—doubts lurking around the drop in salary caps, the question of fans not being able to attend games, and the hard task of working rookies into the team due to offseason departures and injuries.

Sure the San Francisco 49ers have won 5 Super Bowls and 7 NFC championships, and 2020 could be just another straightforward year. But, with so many hiccups on their way, there have been some unlikely losses since September, which the 49ers are looking to rise above.     

Catching up with the San Francisco 49ers!

The Red and Gold have three games lined up now—2 in December (December 20 & 26) and one in the new year i.e. January 3, 2021. And guess what!

Sunday, December 20, you will get to see the 49ers Game against historic rivals the Dallas Cowboys. On Saturday, December 26, they will face one of their recent rivals the Arizona Cardinals—to whom they lost their first game of the season. And, as the new year dawns upon us, you get to watch the San Francisco 49ers in action against another new rival the Seattle Seahawks on January 3, 2021.

This gives 49ers fans all the more reason to stay hyped about the playoffs. But the one thing different this NFL season is that fans have had to restrict themselves to their TV screens for the most part due to COVID restrictions.  

So, if you are just catching up with the 49ers, and do not know where to watch the upcoming playoffs Live, it may just be time to start afresh with a cable TV subscription—one that keeps you in touch with the NFL season now, and in 2021! Speaking of which, let us add Charter Spectrum™ is one service that brings you all networks which routinely air the San Francisco 49ers Live in action—CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, NFL, and the NFL RedZone®. True that you can catch NFL games via fuboTV. But, why restrict yourself to an option with rather limited value, when Spectrum TV offers a flexible, convenient, and contemporary way to tune into your TV favorites—sports and others.

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Channel Numbers for the 49ers Game on Spectrum TV

The only thing that can perplex new Spectrum TV subscribers is locating the numbers for their channel favorites. Not that it is not a demanding task for long-time subscribers, who move to another region with their Spectrum TV service. Because Spectrum channel numbers vary from one region to another. Cutting to the chase, to save watchers looking to catch the adrenaline rush with the 49ers Games on Spectrum TV, we have compiled a listing of all channels that broadcast the game Live or air highlights and insights.

To find out the channel number of 49ers Game, call 1-855-423-0918 or check Channel Lineup

To conclude

The 2020 season is about to come to an end. And, with Christmas just around the corner, there could not be a better time to start catching up on the thrill of NFL, and let excitement dampen the COVID blues. Get ready to root for the San Francisco 49ers with Spectrum TV packages. And if you are looking to explore opportunities to customize your lineup with sports-only add-ons, you can do so with the Spectrum Sports package—it doubles up your options for sports networks!

Have more questions to ask? Get in touch with Spectrum.


  1. Where can I watch the 49ers Game on Spectrum?

You can catch up with the 49ers Game on Spectrum TV with FOX, CBS, NBC and ESPN.

  1. Do Spectrum Bundles offer Spectrum TV plans?

Spectrum lets you bundle up high-speed cable internet, cable TV and home phone services. Browse Spectrum bundles and call 1-844-481-5997 to find new Spectrum deals in your area.

  1. How can I get in touch with Spectrum Sales Support?

Dial 1-844-423-0918 to get in touch with a Spectrum Sales Support representative.