How to listen to 49ers game vs. Jaguars on the radio

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Jauan Jennings (R) and Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Rudy Ford (L)
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Jauan Jennings (R) and Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Rudy Ford (L) / Douglas P. DeFelice/GettyImages

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The 49ers visit the Jaguars in Week 10, and for fans who can't watch the game live, the radio is always a trusty option.

The 5-3 San Francisco 49ers desperately need to get off the cold streak, one that has seen them drop three consecutive games before entering a much-needed bye in Week 9.

Meanwhile, the 6-2 Jacksonville Jaguars are looking to stay hot after also coming off a bye week and winning five in a row before their break. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Co. have to feel pretty good about facing off against a Niners team that hasn't played well as of late and also has to travel across the country for what would be a 10 a.m. PT start.

Advantage for the Jags? Perhaps.

Historically, though, San Francisco owns a 4-2 record over Jacksonville and will look to increase the lead in the all-time series.

Fox will broadcast the game, which kicks off on Sunday, Nov. 12, from TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. But, for those who aren't able to watch or stream the contest, radio networks are always a classic way to go.

Here's how fans can tune in on their radio dials.

49ers vs. Jaguars Week 10 radio broadcast

For the 49ers' radio broadcast, Bay Area fans can listen either on the Niners' flagship stations of KNBR 680 AM or 107.7 FM The Bone to hear Greg Papa do play-by-play and Tim Ryan do color commentary.

Fans in the greater Sacramento area can listen on KHTK 1140 AM, and others can check out the greater 49ers radio network for radio coverage:

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Fans in the greater Jacksonville area can tune into the Jaguars broadcast on 1010XL 92.5 FM to listen to Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman, and Tony Boselli on the call.

ESPN Radio and NFL+ will also stream the national broadcast of the game live.

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