The San Francisco 49ers are seeking a record-tying sixth NFL championship when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl LIV in Miami.

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When is Super Bowl 2020: Date, time, performers and more - The NFL is set to conclude its 100th season when Super Bowl LIV gets underway in Miami on Sunday, Feb. 2. The matchup is the San Francisco 49ers from the NFC vs. the Kansas City Chiefs from the AFC. Here is what you need to know to get ready for the Big Game.

Who is 49ers' offensive assistant coach Katie Sowers? - If you're a 49ers fan, you've probably been hearing the name "Katie Sowers" quite a bit. As the first female and openly gay person to coach in the Super Bowl, Sowers will be making history when she leads the San Francisco football team to victory (hopefully).

2020 Super Bowl | Here's how to fake it as a 49ers fan - It’s Super Bowl and you may be finalizing plans to watch with friends and family. If you, like many here in the Golden State, want to root for the San Francisco 49ers but don't want to stand out as someone who only just joined the party, we spoke to bonafide fan, Anthony "Big Bunk" Moreno, chapter co-president of the SacTown 916 Niner Empire, to help you fake it until you make it.

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Here's what you can do in Sacramento instead of watching Super Bowl 2020 - Who else is ready for the Super Bowl to just be over already? Whether football isn't your thing or your team tragically didn't make it this year, it's not like the world stops to watch Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2. There are some fun events going on in the Greater Sacramento area that are sure to get you away from the football craze.

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will pay tribute to Kobe Bryant in Super Bowl halftime show - Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will honor Kobe Bryant on Sunday when they co-headline the Super Bowl LIV halftime show at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium.

49ers' George Kittle gifting Super Bowl tickets to family of fallen Sacramento soldier - San Francisco 49ers' star George Kittle is giving away two Super Bowl tickets to the family of a fallen Sacramento soldier. On Thursday, the tight end for the Super Bowl-bound 49ers announced on Twitter he'll be taking a detour on the route to Miami to provide a military family two tickets to the big game.

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Dan Bunz and Rick Jennings have been friends for years. Bunz is an educator in the Sacramento area. Jennings is a Sacramento City Councilmember. Between the two of them? Three Super Bowl rings.