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49ers vs. Eagles: How to watch, stream, and listen to the Week 13 matchup

Nov 29, 2023 at 8:51 AM--

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The San Francisco 49ers hit the road for the second consecutive week as they take on the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. This matchup marks the 37th overall in a series that the 49ers lead 21-14-1 and the first time that the two teams have met since last season's NFC Championship Game. The 49ers look to improve to 11-6-1 when visiting the Eagles.

Previous game

San Francisco is coming off a 31-13 victory against the Seattle Seahawks on Thanksgiving night. The offense was led by RB Christian McCaffrey, who rushed for 114 yards on 19 carries and registered two rushing touchdowns. WR Deebo Samuel added a rushing touchdown and tallied a team-high 79 receiving yards on seven receptions. QB Brock Purdy completed 21 of his 30 passing attempts for 209 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown pass to WR Brandon Aiyuk, who finished with two catches for 50 yards.

The 49ers defense held the Seahawks offense to 220 total yards and registered a season-high 6.0 sacks on QB Geno Smith. DL Nick Bosa led the way with five tackles and 2.0 sacks of Smith, while DL Javon Hargrave tallied 1.5 sacks on the evening. S Tashaun Gipson Sr. registered his first sack of the season, and DL Arik Armstead split a sack of Smith twice, including one with DL Kevin Givens. CB Ambry Thomas registered his first interception of the season, and CB Charvarius Ward tallied a season-high three passes defensed.

The 49ers Communications staff provided the above breakdown.

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

When does the game start?

Sunday, December 3 at 1:25 p.m. PT

Where is the game being played?

Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Who are the head coaches?

49ers: Kyle Shanahan
Eagles: Nick Sirianni

What channel is the game on?

Network: FOX
Play-By-Play: Kevin Burkhardt
Color Analyst: Greg Olsen
Sideline Reporter: Erin Andrews
Sideline Reporter: Tom Rinaldi

Those outside broadcast areas can watch via NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube TV or YouTube Premium. Purchasing the package is required.

What areas will receive the broadcast?

The broadcast will be viewable within the markets designated below for those without NFL Sunday Ticket.

Coverage map courtesy of

Where can I stream the game?

NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers can stream the game using the YouTube TV app. Those who purchased through YouTube Premium can watch via the YouTube app. Additionally, NFL+ 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?

49ers Radio
Bay Area fans can listen on KGO 810 AM and The Bone 107.7 FM, where Greg Papa and Tim Ryan will call the game.

Jesús Zárate and Carlos Yustis will call the game in Spanish. That broadcast can be heard at

Eagles Radio
Philadelphia area fans can listen on 94WIP, where Merrill Reese and Mike Quick will call the game.

National Radio
Fans can listen to the game via Sports USA Radio, where Larry Kahn and Brandon Noble will call the game.

Rickie Ricardo, Oscar Budejen, and Bill Kulik will call the game in Spanish. That broadcast can be heard on Tico Sports.

NFL+ subscribers can listen to the game through that service.

SF: 83 or 382
PHI: 82 or 227

Game discussion

Fans can discuss the game within our Niner Talk forum.

How has this series played out historically?

Matchups: 36
Series Record: 49ers lead series 21-14-1
49ers Home Record vs. Eagles: Series is tied 9-9
49ers Away Record vs. Eagles: 49ers lead series 11-6-1
First Meeting: 10/6/51, Eagles win 21-14, at Phi.
Last Meeting: 1/29/23, Eagles win 31-7, at Phi. (c)
Current Streak: Lost 1
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 5 (9/23/84 – 11/29/92)
Longest Eagles Win Streak: 5 (9/18/05 – 10/10/10)
Most 49ers Points: 38 – 2 times (Last 9/24/89), 49ers win 38-28, at Phi.
Most Eagles Points: 42 (9/18/05): Eagles win 42-3, at Phi.
49ers Shutouts: 1, (12/29/96), 49ers win 14-0, at SF (w)
Eagles Shutouts: None
(w) – Wild Card Game (c) – NFC Championship Game

Game Notes

  • The NINERS and EAGLES clash in a rematch of the NFC title game. Teams that have lost their conference championship games have rebounded the following seasons to win five of the last 11 Super Bowls.
  • The 49ers and Eagles own the NFC's top two conference winning percentages, a key tiebreaker in playoff seeding. Philadelphia is 6-0 in NFC games, while San Francisco is 6-1.
  • Four teams have had 10 or more wins through their first 11 games following a Super Bowl loss: the 1972 MIAMI DOLPHINS (11-0), the 1975 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (10-1), the 1991 BUFFALO BILLS (10-1), and the 2023 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (10-1).
  • Philadelphia is 10-1 for a second consecutive season, becoming the fourth team in NFL history to win at least 10 of its first 11 games in consecutive years, joining the 1941-42 CHICAGO BEARS, 2005-06 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS, and 1972-73 MIAMI DOLPHINS. NICK SIRIANNI is only the third head coach in league annals to win 10 of his first 11 games in consecutive seasons, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers TONY DUNGY (2005-06) and DON SHULA (1972-73).
  • The Eagles are 5-0 in 2023 when trailing at halftime, including each of their past four wins. The rest of the NFL is a combined 35-129 (.213) in those games.
  • Philadelphia quarterback JALEN HURTS has 11 career games with at least two rushing touchdowns, the most such games by a quarterback in NFL history.
  • San Francisco, meanwhile, is 8-0 with wide receiver DEEBO SAMUEL and tackle TRENT WILLIAMS in its lineup. And quarterback BROCK PURDY, who ranks first in the NFL with a 112.3 passer rating, could become the youngest player to lead the league in that category since Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO in 1984.
  • The 49ers are not only among the most explosive teams in the NFL, they're also adept at preventing explosive plays. On offense, San Francisco has 54 plays of 20-plus yards, fifth in the league. On defense, the 49ers have allowed only 31 plays of 20-plus yards, tied with Kansas City for fewest in the league.
  • Last week, CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY became the first player in 48 years and only the fifth overall to reach 10 rushing touchdowns and five touchdown receptions over his team's first 11 games of a season. Pro Football Hall of Famers JIM BROWN (1962) and O.J. SIMPSON (1962), as well as CHUCK FOREMAN (1975) and ABNER HAYNES (1962), are the only other players in history to do that.
  • McCaffrey, who has 16 scrimmage touchdowns this season and had 19 with Carolina in 2019, joined Pro Football Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS (Minnesota and New England) as the only players with at least 16 in a season with two teams in NFL history.
  • Wide receiver BRANDON AIYUK has at least five touchdown receptions in each of the last four seasons (2020-23). The last four San Francisco players to accomplish that feat were VERNON DAVIS (five from 2009-13), Pro Football Hall of Famers TERRELL OWENS (four from 2000-03) and JERRY RICE (11 from 1986-96), and DWIGHT CLARK (four from 1982-85).

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