Game Information and How to Watch
The Packers are owners of a two-game regular-season win streak against the 49ers, and Green Bay leads the all-time series between these two teams 36-30-1.
Sunday’s game could determine the NFC playoff picture, too, as the Niners hold a one-game lead over the Packers for the top overall seed. Should San Francisco lose, Green Bay would own the same record and the tiebreaker, putting the Packers in the No. 1 spot instead of the 49ers.
No wonder this game was flexed to Sunday Night Football. And San Francisco is currently a three-point favorite, according to the Action Network.
San Francisco 49ers
The game will broadcast on NBC’s coverage of Sunday Night Football. Check your local television provider for channel information.
Al Michaels will do the play by play, while Cris Collinsworth will handle color commentary. Michele Tafoya will be on the sidelines with additional reports.
For those unable to watch the game on television, there are a number of streaming options available. NFL Game Pass offers a subscription to watch either a full or condensed game after its conclusion, while fubo.tv also has a subscription-based package available for live coverage.
The 49ers also have an app for in-area fans to download and stream the game.
The 49ers radio network is highlighted by flagship stations KNBR 680 and 107.7 The Bone in San Francisco.
Here is a map of fellow affiliates in the region:
Greg Papa will handle the radio play by play, while Tim Ryan will be on color commentary.
Niner Noise’s Peter Panacy will be on hand for the game and postgame interviews, and Niner Noise will also have our in-game live thread where fans can interact with our team of writers and contributors in the comments section.
The live thread will post on Niner Noise’s home page roughly an hour before the game
The 49ers and Packers will kick off on Sunday, Nov. 24 at 8:20 p.m. ET from Levi’s Stadium.