49ers players take in FC Barcelona vs Manchester United match

Jul 25, 2015 at 6:45 PM--


Some of the San Francisco 49ers players were on hand at Levi's Stadium today to watch the soccer game between FC Barcelona and Manchester United.

Manchester United won the pre-season friendly 3-1.

Mike Davis

Why is it so good to be in the NFL? Better yet a Niner!

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Eric Reid

@fcbarcelona vs @manchesterunited with the fam. Go Barcelona!

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Turned @jaidybaby into a soccer fan today 😎 GO BARÇA!

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Ian Williams

Enjoying some ⚽️⚽️⚽️ here at #LevisStadium @fcbarcelona @manchesterunited

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Arik Armstead

Barcelona vs Manchester United @ Levi's Stadium with my brother @akachi_okugo

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