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2017 San Francisco 49ers Schedule Released

Apr 20, 2017 at 5:04 PM--


On Thursday night, the NFL released the complete schedule for the 2017 regular season. For San Francisco 49ers fans, it means that the dates and times for every Niners game are now known and they can begin planning their football attending or watching schedule.

For the first time since 2014, the 49ers will not open the regular season having to play the late game of a doubleheader on Monday night. Over the past two years, the 49ers played on Monday Night Football and were then forced to travel across the country on a short week to face teams coming off of playoff appearances. While the 49ers won each of the two Week 1 openers, they went on to lose both Week 2 contests by large margins.

This season, the 49ers will open the season hosting quarterback Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. Newton underwent surgery last month to repair a partially torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder but is expected to be back in time for training camp.

Following that Week 1 contest, the 49ers will stay on the West Coast and travel to Seattle to face the Seahawks in Week 2. The next week, the 49ers will play in primetime when they host the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday night.


The 49ers will travel to Landover, Maryland during Week 6 on October 15 to face the Washington Redskins and quarterback Kirk Cousins, who could be behind center for the road team in 2018. Head coach Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers were reportedly very interested in acquiring Cousins this offseason but that plan changed when Washington placed the exclusive franchise tag on the quarterback. Unless he signs a long-term contract with Washington, he will be an unrestricted free agent in 2018.

The 49ers host Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, and the rest of the Dallas Cowboys during Week 7 on October 22. Between Weeks 2 and 6 (Weeks 4 through 8 as well), the 49ers will play four of their five games on the road.

Below is the complete 2017 San Francisco 49ers schedule, which can also be found on our official schedule page.

Week Date Time Opponent TV
1 Sep 10 1:25 pm Panthers FOX
2 Sep 17 1:25 pm at Seahawks FOX
3 Sep 21 5:25 pm Rams NFLN
4 Oct 1 1:05 pm at Cardinals FOX
5 Oct 8 10:00 am at Colts FOX
6 Oct 15 10:00 am at Redskins FOX
7 Oct 22 1:05 pm Cowboys FOX
8 Oct 29 10:00 am at Eagles FOX
9 Nov 5 1:05 pm Cardinals FOX
10 Nov 12 1:25 pm Giants FOX
11 BYE
12 Nov 26 1:05 pm Seahawks FOX
13 Dec 3 10:00 am at Bears CBS
14 Dec 10 10:00 am at Texans FOX
15 Dec 17 1:25 pm Titans CBS
16 Dec 24 1:05 pm Jaguars CBS
17 Dec 31 1:25 pm at Rams FOX

* All times Pacific



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