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49ers-Vikings: How to watch, stream, and listen to the Week 12 matchup

Nov 25, 2021 at 7:50 AM--

The San Francisco 49ers (5-5) will host the Minnesota Vikings (5-5) at Levi's Stadium this weekend. The 49ers own a 24-23-1 series lead over the Vikings, with a 2-0 overall record at Levi's Stadium. San Francisco hosts Minnesota for the first time since the Niners earned a 27-10 victory between the two in the 2019 NFC Divisional Playoff round.

Last week, the 49ers defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 30-10 at TIAA Bank Field. The 49ers offense opened the game with a 20-play, 87-yard drive that lasted 13:05 and was capped off by a 20-yard field goal from kicker Robbie Gould.

Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo completed 16 of 22 pass attempts (72.7 percent) for 176 yards, two touchdowns, and passer rating of 126.3. He surpassed 10,000 career passing yards. Wide receiver Deebo Samuel hauled in one reception for 15 yards while adding seven carries for a career-high 79 yards and one touchdown on the ground. Wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk registered seven catches for 85 yards and one touchdown and tight end George Kittle finished with four receptions for 34 yards and one touchdown.

On defense, cornerback Josh Norman registered one tackle and one forced fumble, which was recovered by linebacker Fred Warner. Norman extended his single-season career-high with six forced fumbles. Defensive end Nick Bosa notched three tackles and two sacks in the game and defensive end Arden Key finished with two tackles and one sack, marking his third-consecutive game with one-or-more sacks.

Here is everything you need to know to follow the upcoming game.

When does the game start?

Sunday, November 28 at 1:25 p.m. PT

Where is the game being played?

Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California

Who are the head coaches?

49ers: Kyle Shanahan
Vikings: Mike Zimmer

What channel is the game on?

Network: FOX
Play-By-Play: Kenny Albert
Color Analyst: Jonathan Vilma
Sideline Reporter: Sara Walsh

NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers can find the game on channel 714.

What areas will receive the broadcast?

For those without NFL Sunday Ticket, the broadcast will be viewable within the markets designated below.

Coverage map courtesy of

Where can I stream the game?

NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers can stream the game using the service's official mobile app. NFL Game Pass subscribers can stream the game in its entirety once the matchup has been completed.

Bay Area fans can stream the game through the official 49ers app or at

Where can I listen to the radio broadcast?

Bay Area fans can listen on KGO 810 AM and KSAN 107.7 FM The Bone, where Greg Papa and Tim Ryan will call the game.

Jesús Zárate and Carlos Yustis will call the came in Spanish. That broadcast can be listened to at

Minneapolis area fans can listen on KFAN-FM 100.3-FM or KTLK 1130-AM, where Paul Allen and Pete Bercich will call the game.

Nationally, fans can listen to the game via Sports USA, where Ted Robinson and Hank Bauer will call the game.

NFL Game Pass subscribers will be able to listen to the game through that service.

SIRIUS: 158 (Min.), 83 (SF)
XM: 382 (Min.), 225 (SF)
SXM App: 820 (Min.), 827 (SF)

Live updates

There will be a game-day article here at 49ers Webzone providing live updates starting during pre-game action.

Game discussion

Fans can discuss the game within our Niner Talk forum.

How has this series played out historically?

Matchups: 48
Series Record: 49ers lead series 24-23-1
49ers Home Record vs. Vikings: 49ers lead series 15-8-1
49ers Away Record vs. Vikings: Vikings lead series 15-9
First Meeting: 10/15/61, 49ers win 38-24, at Min.
Last Meeting: 1/11/20, 49ers win 27-10, at SF (d)
Current Streak: Won 1
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 4-2 times (Last 10/30/88 – 12/30/90)
Longest Vikings Win Streak: 5 (9/15/63 – 10/24/65)
Most 49ers Points: 51 (12/8/84): 49ers win 51-7, at SF
Most Vikings Points: 45 (9/29/63): Vikings win 45-14, at Min.
49ers Shutouts: None
Vikings Shutouts: None
(d) - NFC Divisional Game

49ers Notes

  • QB JIMMY GAROPPOLO completed 16 of 22 atts. (72.7 pct.) for 176 yards & 2 TDs vs. 0 INTs for a 126.3 rating last week. Aims for his 4th in row with 2+ TD passes & 5th in row with 100+ rating. Since Week 8, leads all qualified passers with a 113.2 rating.
  • RB ELIJAH MITCHELL ranks 2nd among rookies with 560 rush yards. He aims for his 5th in a row with 75+ scrimmage yards.
  • RB JEFF WILSON had 50 rush yards last week & has 50+ rush yards in 4 of his past 5 games.
  • WR DEEBO SAMUEL had 94 scrimmage yards (career-high 79 rush, 15 rec.) & 3rd rush TD of season last week & became 1st WR in SB era with 3+ rush TDs in 2 of his 1st 3 seasons. He aims for his 3rd in a row with rush TD. Ranks 2nd in NFL with 994 rec. yards & needs 6 rec. yards for 1st career 1,000-yard season.
  • TE GEORGE KITTLE has rec. TD in 3 consecutive games, longest streak of career. He had 90 rec. yards in the last meeting. Has 5+ catches in 5 of his past 6 at home.
  • WR BRANDON AIYUK led the team with 7 receptions for 85 yards & had 3rd rec. TD of season last week.
  • DL NICK BOSA had 2 sacks in Week 11 & has career-high 10 sacks in 2021. Leads NFL with 15 TFL. He aims for his 3rd in row with sack & 5th in row with TFL.
  • LB FRED WARNER led the team with 7 tackles & had 5th-career FR last week. He is 1 of 2 (DENZEL PERRYMAN) with 10 games with 7+ tackles in 2021.
  • DL ARDEN KEY aims for his 4th in a row with sack.
  • CB JOSH NORMAN leads NFL with 6 FFs.

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