3 best SF 49ers party ideas for fans on Halloween 2020

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No. 2: Here are three SF 49ers costume ideas.

One of the best parts of Halloween for SF 49ers fans and foes alike are dressing up. It’s the only time of year you can be anything you want without any judgment! And, if you want to be super frightening, dressing up as an NFC West rival will certainly scare your friends and family.

Here are three new ideas for your Halloween costume in 2020.

SF 49ers cardboard cutout

To make the players and teams feel like they’re still playing in front of fans, leagues across North America and the world, decided to implement cardboard cutouts.

Yours truly decided to purchase an SF 49ers cardboard cut out and it’ll look something like this:

The cardboard cutout costume is on-brand with 2020. It might even be a great costume to wear in a few years when the next generation learns what went on during this time.

This is also the easiest costume to make. You just need some cardboard, cut a hole at the top to show your face, and you can decorate the body with whatever SF 49ers jersey, t-shirt, or fun thing you want.

When you’re watching the Thursday Night Football game between the 49ers and Packers, look for this Canadian in the stands!


If you’re interested in keeping up with the player-themed ideas, we have one which will surely send shivers down your spine.

This is another easy costume idea. All it takes is an SF 49ers jersey, specifically with offensive lineman Justin Skule, and some skeleton bones. When you put the bones on the Skule jersey you’ll become a “Skule-ton.”

Again, it’s a very simple costume and could win you the “Best Halloween costume” with the pun and simplicity.

Pair of Levi’s

We talked about the SF 49ers old stomping grounds, Candlestick Park, at the beginning. Now, we can bring the new stomping grounds to life with this extremely simple and extremely Canadian (a nod to offensive lineman Dakoda Shepley) outfit.

All you need is a pair of Levi’s jeans and a jean jacket, then you’ll be rocking the forever fashionable Canadian tuxedo. When the Green Bay Packers visited Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, quarterback Aaron Rodgers rocked the tuxedo.

Tight end George Kittle and former offensive lineman Joe Staley, have become honourary Canadians with their attempt at the accent just over a year ago.

You can also make this a couples costume. Decorate the jeans with SF 49ers logos and mottos. Each hop in a pant leg and you’re the jeans. And whenever someone compliments you, you can respond with “thanks. I have good jeans.”