Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers Live Stream
By NBABite Staff
Kansas City Chiefs will host San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, February 2.
Earlier, the Chiefs (#2 AFC seed) defeated the Titans (#6 seed) on 35-24 to acquire their first-ever AFC Conference Championship. On the other, the 49ers (#1 NFC seed) played victorious 37-20 game against the Packers (#2 seed) & won NFC Conference Championship, recording a total of 7.
This season, the Chiefs finished with 12-4 as AFC West top seed & #2 seed in AFC, clinched to Divisional Round receiving the first-round bye. While the 49ers of NFC West despite sharing 13-3 with the Packers & the Saints, got #1 seed in NFC after winning tie-breaker & received the first-round bye.
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|When Is Kick-Off?
||February 2, Sunday
|What Time Is Kick-Off?
||6:30 PM (ET)
|Where Is it Being Played?
||Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Garden
Super Bowl Victory Record
So far, the Chiefs have made 2 Super Bowl appearances: lost Super Bowl I (1996 Season) & won Super Bowl IV (1969 Season on January 11, 1970).
The 49ers are 5 times Super Bowl winners including 2 consecutive victories in XXIII and XXIV throughout 6 visits.
Head-To-Head (In Playoffs)
This regular season (2019 season), the Cheifs & the 49ers didn't face each other & has never met in playoffs either- will make a debut at Super Bowl.
Last season, Kansas City Chiefs won over Indianapolis Colts in Division Round, however, lost to the reigning champ New England Patriots in AFC Championship. On the other, the 49ers clinched the playoffs since the 2013 season where they lost the Seahawks in NFC Championship.
Both teams report a bunch of players on injured reserves, while the 49ers add questionable appearances of Nick Williams (WR) and JP Flynn (G) on Super Bowl LIV.
The injured reserves for Chiefs include Juan Thornhill (FS), Spencer Ware (RB), Alex Okafor (DE), Darrel Williams (RB), Emmanuel Ogbah (DE), Martinas Rankin (G), Greg Senat (T), Michael Hunter (CB), Felton Davis (WR), Breeland Speaks (OLB), John Lovett (FB), Marcus Kemp (WR), David Wells (TE) and Keith Reaser (CB).
The injured reserves for 49ers are Kentavius Street (DE), Jullian Taylor (DT), D.J. Jones (DT), Garrett Celek (TE), Weston Richburg (C), Marquise Goodwin (WR), Damontre Moore (DE), Ronald Blair (DE), Jason Verrett (DB), Trent Taylor (WR), Jerick McKinnon (RB), Shawn Poindexter (WR) and Shon Coleman (T).
|Kansas City Chiefs
|San Francisco 49ers