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San Francisco 49ers NFL Fleece Snuggie

Product ID: nfls32520
San Francisco 49ers NFL Fleece Snuggie

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Content: 100% Polyester
Background: Red
Price: $24.98
The history of the San Francisco 49ers goes back to the franchise's establishment in 1946 as a charter member of the All-America Football Conference. They played in the AAFC until 1949, after which the 49ers joined the NFL along with the Baltimore Colts (not the same team as the later Baltimore Colts) and Cleveland Browns. Despite having been active in the AAFC, the 49ers' greatest successes would be in the NFL as the franchise has won five Super Bowls.


The 49ers first two decades were not particularly distinguished, but that began to change by the 1970s. During the 1970s the 49ers made various trips to the playoffs, including two straight trips to the NFC Championship game. Unfortunately, the Dallas Cowboys ended the 49ers' playoff runs three years in a row. After the 49ers' last playoff defeat at the hands of the Cowboys, it would be another eight years until they would make it back to the postseason.

In 1979, the 49ers the pieces of the 49ers' future success had begun to fall into place. Bill Walsh had been hired away from Stanford University as coach and Joe Montana was drafted out of Notre Dame. The following year, Walsh drafted and acquired key defensive players such as Ronnie Lott. The first payoff was in 1981, as the 49ers made a run through the playoffs, ultimately matching up against the Cowboys in the NFC Championship game. This time the 49ers prevailed and went on to win Super Bowl XVI 26-21 over the Cincinnati Bengals.

The 49ers returned to the NFC Championship game in 1983. Playing against the Washington Redskins, the 49ers fell behind 21-0, only to come back and tie the game at 21. The 49ers would ultimately lose the game 24-21 on a field goal that sent the Redskins to the Super Bowl.

The following season the 49ers played in dominating fashion as they finished the regular season with a record of 15-1. They then advanced through the playoffs en route to a berth in Super Bowl XIX. Matched up against the Miami Dolphins, the 49ers shut down the record setting passing game led by Dan Marino and won 38-16.

During the 1988 season, the 49ers experienced some struggles, finishing with a modest record of 10-6. In the playoffs, however, the team caught fire and cruised to Super Bowl  XXIII, where they once again faced the Bengals. Although the Bengals appeared to have the game clinched, the 49ers completed a storied comeback and won the game 20-16.

The following year, Bill Walsh retired but left capable successor in charge in George Seifert. The 49ers finished the regular season at 14-2 before making quick work of their playoff opponents. In Super Bowl XXIV, they easily defeated the Denver Broncos 55-10 for their fourth Super Bowl in less than ten years.

In 1993 - now with Steve Young at quarterback - the 49ers finished the regular season 13-3 and advanced to the franchise's fifth Super Bowl. Playing against the San Diego Chargers, the 49ers defeated them 49-21 to become the first NFL team to win five Super Bowls.

Super Bowls:

  • 1982 (Super Bowl XVI): Won 26-21 over the Cincinnati Bengals

  • 1985 (Super Bowl XIX): Won 38-16 over the Miami Dolphins

  • 1989 (Super Bowl XXIII): Won 20-16 over the Cincinnati Bengals

  • 1990 (Super Bowl XXIV): Won 55-10 over the Denver Broncos

  • 1995 (Super Bowl XXIX): Won 49-21 over the San Diego Chargers

Hall of Famers:

  • Fred Dean, defensive end (1981-1985)

  • Jimmy Johnson, cornerback (1961-1976)

  • John Henry Johnson, running back (1954-1956)

  • Ronnie Lott, safety (1981-1990)

  • Hugh McElhenny, running back (1952-1966)

  • Joe Montana, quarterback (1979-1992)

  • Leo Nomellini, defensive tackle (1950-1963)

  • Joe Perry, fullback (1948-1960)

  • Jerry Rice, wide receiver (1985-2000)

  • O. J. Simpson, running back (1978-1979)

  • Bob St. Clair, offensive tackle (1953-1963)

  • Y. A. Tittle, quarterback (1951-1960)

  • Bill Walsh, coach (1979-1988)

  • Dave Wilcox, lineback (1964-1974)

  • Steve Young, quarterback (1987-1999)


The design of the San Francisco 49ers NFL Fleece Snuggie brings one 48" by 71" snuggie with the team's logos. These snuggies can also be folded down into pillows.
Our San Francisco 49ers NFL Fleece Snuggie is soft, it dries quickly and it still insulates when wet. The snuggies come in one size and are large enough to keep you warm from head to foot. The NFL fleece snuggies are machine washable.