Get Your New #49ersInvasion T-Shirt!

Oct 7, 2014 at 10:01 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers have started a social media campaign called #49ersInvasion. After the way 49ers fans invaded AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas for the week one matchup between the 49ers and Cowboys, essentially making it like a home game for the 49ers, the team would like to do the same for the rest of the season.

The 49ers are hoping that its fans invade the opposing stadiums of every road opponent this season, giving San Francisco a huge edge.

They have even created a new shirt for the campaign, which is available in the team's online store.


Whether you're a 49ers fan who lives outside the Bay Area or taking a road trip to support your favorite team, help us take over every stadium in the NFL with a new #49ersInvasion tee. These tees were designed by the San Francisco 49ers and are exclusive to Shop49ers and the 49ers Team Stores.







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