2010 San Francisco 49ers schedule

Apr 20, 2010 at 4:21 PM--

The following is the announced San Francisco 49ers 2010 schedule. The dates and times were announced on Tuesday, April 20. All listed times are Pacific.


Date TBA   - @Colts     - Time TBA
Sun  8/22  - Vikings    - 5:00pm
Date TBA   - @Raiders   - Time TBA
Date TBA   - Chargers   - Time TBA

Regular Season

Sun  9/12  - @Seahawks  - 1:15pm
Mon  9/20  - Saints     - 5:30pm
Sun  9/26  - @Chiefs    - 10:00am
Sun  10/03 - @Falcons   - 10:00am
Sun  10/10 - Eagles     - 5:20pm
Sun  10/17 - Raiders    - 1:15pm
Sun  10/24 - @Panthers  - 10:00am
Sun  10/31 - Broncos    - 10:00am (London)
Sun  11/14 - Rams       - 1:15pm
Sun  11/21 - Buccaneers - 1:05pm
Mon  11/29 - @Cardinals - 5:30pm
Sun  12/5  - @Packers   - 10:00am
Sun  12/12 - Seahawks   - 1:05pm
Thur 12/16 - @Chargers  - 5:20pm
Sun  12/26 - @Rams      - 10:00am
Sun  1/2   - Cardinals  - 1:15pm


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