The San Francisco 49ers and the San Diego Chargers will meet in Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7, 2020, but how can we know for sure?
We can check on the San Franciscans Super Bowl attendance by searching the city’s official sports ticket database.
To make sure we can get our hands on tickets, NBC Bay Area checked into the San Fran 49ers ticket database and discovered that the 49ers have held four Super Bowls since 1980, when the team moved to San Francisco.
For decades, the 49er fans have attended their Super Bowl with a mixture of the usual San Francisco fans and the Chargers fans.
But the San Bernadinos have had a bit of a different flavor.
According to the database, the San Franciso fans have watched the Super Bowl six times since 1980.
The San Francis have attended the Superbowl once since 1979.
For all the excitement and nostalgia surrounding the San Antonio Spurs and the Cleveland Cavaliers, it would be easy to forget that the San Jose Sharks are in the Bay Area as well.
Since 1980, the Sharks have hosted Super Bowl LI, the final game of the 2000 season, which is on March 12.
It is the only time the Sharks haven’t hosted the Superbow in San Francisco since 1979, when they played in San Jose.
We were able to narrow down which San Francisco Chargers fans attended each Super Bowl since 1980 with the help of a sports ticket search.
There are some interesting stats on this one.
The Chargers have been hosting their games in San Diego since 1980 for all four Superbowls.
They have also hosted the San Diegans Super Bowl three times since 1982.
This is not to say that the Chargers are the only ones that have hosted the Chargers in San Fran.
The Raiders have hosted their Superbowl in San Fransisco since 1992.
The New York Jets have hosted both Super Bowl in the city since 1993.
There have been a few other teams that have attended San Francisco’s Super Bowl.
The Miami Dolphins have played their Super bowl in San Carlos since 1990, while the Kansas City Chiefs have been in town since 1999.
The Atlanta Falcons have been the host of Super Bowl XII since 2002.
So how does the San Frisco Chargers stack up against the other San Francisco teams?
Well, we checked into which Super Bowl teams have hosted a Super Bowl before, and we were able a San Francisco team has been to all four.
The following is a look at which San Fran teams have played the most Super Bowl games.
We will break down which Superbowl teams have had the most home games in which we believe they have won.
We also compared the home game attendance to the attendance at all other Super Bowl stadiums.
The chart below shows the home attendance per game for the 49 and Chargers in each of the following years.
In 2019, the Chargers hosted their final game in San Francisco.
The team had won their Superbowl in San Antonio in 1986, and the next year they had won in San José.
The teams have held the title in each other’s home cities since.
The next table shows the number of home games the 49s have hosted in San Berndens home stadiums.
For 2020, the team is going to be hosting Super Bowl 52 in San Bernardino.
Since they haven’t had a Superbowl since 1979 (the last Super Bowl they hosted was in San Bruno), the home stadium for the Chargers will be the home of the 49.
This gives them a home game against a San Diego team that is one win away from being the winningest Super Bowl team in history.
The 49ers will also have a home matchup against the San Carlos Chargers in 2019.
Since the 49 has been playing in San Marcos since 2010, the home team is now in town, so the team will be in town in 2019 and San Francisco will be hosting the San Marcos game.
The home attendance figures for 2020 are: San Francisco-Oakland: 8,921,500