2016 San Francisco 49ers Schedule Released

Apr 14, 2016 at 5:00 PM--


On Thursday night, the NFL released the complete schedule for the 2016 regular season. For 49ers fans, it means that the dates and times for every San Francisco game is now known and they can begin planning their football watching schedule.

The 49ers will open up the season at home against the Los Angeles Rams as part of a Monday Night Football doubleheader. Then they will head on the road to face the defending NFC Champion Carolina Panthers.

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The 49ers have a Thursday night game during week 5 against the Arizona Cardinals at Levi's Stadium, play on Christmas Eve in Los Angeles against the Rams, and will finish the 2016 season at home against the division rival Seattle Seahawks.

Below is the complete 2016 San Francisco 49ers schedule, which can also be found on our official schedule page or even in wallpaper format for your phone.

Week Date Time Opponent TV
1 Mon, Sep 12 7:20 pm Rams ESPN
2 Sun, Sep 18 10:00 am at Panthers FOX
3 Sun, Sep 25 1:05 pm at Seahawks FOX
4 Sun, Oct 2 1:25 pm Cowboys FOX
5 Thur, Oct 6 5:25 pm Cardinals NFLN
6 Sun, Oct 16 10:00 am at Bills FOX
7 Sun, Oct 23 1:05 pm Buccaneers FOX
8 BYE
9 Sun, Nov 6 1:05 pm Saints FOX
10 Sun, Nov 13 1:25 pm at Cardinals FOX
11 Sun, Nov 20 1:25 pm Patriots CBS
12 Sun, Nov 27 10:00 am at Dolphins FOX
13 Sun, Dec 4 10:00 am at Bears FOX
14 Sun, Dec 11 1:05 pm Jets CBS
15 Sun, Dec 18 1:05 pm at Falcons FOX
16 Sat, Dec 24 1:25 pm at Rams FOX
17 Sun, Jan 1 1:25 pm Seahawks FOX


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