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49ers vs. Seahawks: How to watch, stream, and listen to the Week 14 matchup

Dec 6, 2023 at 7:47 AM--

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After consecutive road games to host the Seattle Seahawks, the San Francisco 49ers return home to Levi's Stadium. This matchup marks the second in three weeks between the two teams, with the Niners winning the first matchup on Thanksgiving Night, 31-13. The 49ers look to sweep the season series and earn their fifth consecutive victory against the Seahawks.

Previous game

San Francisco is coming off a 42-19 victory against the Philadelphia Eagles that saw the team put up 456 yards of offense and six total touchdowns. QB Brock Purdy posted a passer rating of 148.8 by completing 19 of his 27 passing attempts for 314 yards and four touchdowns, two of which were to WR Deebo Samuel. Samuel tallied 116 yards on four receptions and added a 12-yard rushing touchdown on the evening. WR Brandon Aiyuk and WR Jauan Jennings each caught a touchdown pass from Purdy, while RB Christian McCaffrey tallied 17 rushes for 93 yards and a two-yard touchdown.

The 49ers defense held the Eagles to just 46 rushing yards on the evening and sacked Eagles QB Jalen Hurts three times. DL Javon Kinlaw registered a career-high 2.0 sacks on Hurts, and DL Kalia Davis notched the first sack of his career. CB Charvarius Ward recorded four passes defensed, which tied a career-high, while S Ji'Ayir Brown and LB Dre Greenlaw led the way with seven tackles each.

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 10 at 1:05 p.m. PT

Where is the game being played?

Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California

Who are the head coaches?

49ers: Kyle Shanahan
Seahawks: Pete Carroll

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

Seahawks Radio
Seattle area fans can listen on Seattle Sports 710AM and KIRO Newsradio 97.3 FM, where Steve Raible and Dave Wyman will call the game.

National Radio
Fans can listen to the game via Compass Media Networks, where Chris Carrino and Brian Baldinger will call the game.

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

SEA: 139 or 382
SF: 109 or 227

Game discussion

Fans can discuss the game within our Niner Talk forum.

How has this series played out historically?

Matchups: 51
Series Record: Seahawks lead series 30-21
49ers Home Record vs. Seahawks: Seahawks lead series 13-11
49ers Away Record vs. Seahawks: Seahawks lead series 17-10
First Meeting: 9/26/76, 49ers win 37-21, at Sea.
Last Meeting: 11/23/23, 49ers win 31-13, at Sea.
Current Streak: Won 4
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 4 - 2 times (Last 9/18/22 – current)
Longest Seahawks Win Streak: 10 (1/19/14 – 12/2/18)
Most 49ers Points: 41 (1/14/23): 49ers win 41-23, at SF (w)
Most Seahawks Points: 43 (12/2/18): Seahawks win 43-16, at Sea.
49ers Shutouts: None
Seahawks Shutouts: 2 (Last 11/12/07), Seahawks win 24-0, at Sea.
(w) - Wild Card Game

Game Notes

  • Both starting quarterbacks in Sunday's game between SEATTLE (6-6) and SAN FRANCISCO (9-3) at Levi's Stadium have wide-ranging athletic bloodlines. The Seahawks' GENO SMITH has a brother, Geonte Smith, who played college football at Savannah State. Their grandfather, Cyril Smith, was a bodybuilder and boxer, while a great uncle, Danny Smith, was an All-American hurdler at Florida State. The 49ers' BROCK PURDY has a brother, Chubba Purdy, who is a quarterback at Nebraska entering his junior year. Their father, Shawn Purdy, was a pitcher in the Kansas City Royals, Oakland A's and California Angels organizations. Brock's sister, Whitney Purdy, played softball at Southeastern University.
  • Since 2017, with a minimum of five games, the Seahawks have the NFL's best regular-season record, 8-5 (.615), against the 49ers. Last season, the 49ers swept the season series for the first time since 2011, and with their Wild Card victory over the Seahawks, San Francisco became the 15th team in history to defeat a single opponent three times in the same season.
  • Purdy has four games with at least three touchdown passes and a passer rating of 140 or higher this season, tied with TOM BRADY (2007) and AARON RODGERS (2011) for the most such games by a quarterback in a season in NFL history. What's more, Purdy has five career games with a passer rating of 140 or higher, the most such games by a player in his first two seasons in NFL history. Over his first 17 career regular-season starts, Purdy has gone 14-3 with a 116.9 passer rating, 34 touchdown passes, and eight interceptions.
  • In his career, San Francisco running back CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY has 50 rushing touchdowns and 27 touchdown receptions. Last week, he joined Pro Football Hall of Famers MARSHALL FAULK (100 rushing touchdowns, 36 touchdown receptions) and LENNY MOORE (63 rushing touchdowns, 48 touchdown receptions) as the only players in NFL history with at least 50 rushing touchdowns and 25 touchdown receptions.
  • Last week, the 49ers' DEEBO SAMUEL scored touchdowns on three consecutive touches, a 12-yard run, and receptions of 48 and 46 yards. His three touchdowns were a single-game career high.
  • Seattle wide receiver DK METCALF, listed at 6-foot-4 and 235 pounds, reached 22.23 miles per hour on a 73-yard touchdown reception last week. No other ball-carrier has recorded a faster time this season (per Next Gen Stats).

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