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49ers’ Fred Warner on fans at home games: “That’s going to be a special moment”

Rohan Chakravarthi
Jun 30, 2021 at 7:00 PM--


All-Pro linebacker Fred Warner participated in the 49ers annual State of the Franchise event alongside tight end George Kittle and commentator Greg Papa, and was asked about the thought of having fans back at Levi's Stadium, especially for the much-anticipated Week Three matchup against the Green Bay Packers.

"That's going to be a special moment," said Warner, who embraced the possibility, stating that he thrives off the energy that fans bring to the stadium.

After a season without fans for the most part and having to play some home games in Arizona, the 49ers are finally ready to welcome back fans for the upcoming season.

In addition, the high vaccination rates have allowed for a more normal offseason for the team, as practicing in team huddles has become an actual possibility.

In the last season with fans, the 49ers went 13-3, winning the NFC Championship game at home and reaching the Super Bowl.

Team President Al Guido was certainly excited about bringing fans back to the stadium, which he expressed at the beginning of Wednesday night's event.

"We're looking forward to having thousands and thousands of people back to watch our team," Guido said.

Tune in to the rest of the annual State of the Franchise event on the 49ers app.





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