For fans who can't watch or stream the 49ers' Week 1 showdown against the Steelers and want to tune into the radio broadcast, we've got you covered.
The opening weekend of an NFL season is always a special occasion, and fans across the country will make sure they've cleared their schedules and set up watch parties to cheer on favorite teams.
However, not everyone will be able to attend games in person or even watch or stream the game on television.
Don't fret it. For decades, long before television was a household thing, football fans had to tune into radio broadcasts if they weren't attending games in person. Although for most fans of the San Francisco 49ers and Pittsburgh Steelers, you'd have to go back quite a ways to when this was the only option.
OK, we've bored you enough. You're a fan who can't watch the game on TV, can't attend it at Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh and can't stream it to a preferred device.
What do you do? How can you tune into this Week 1 showdown on the radio?
How to listen to the 49ers-Steelers Week 1 game on the radio
The Niners' flagship station, KNBR 680 AM, will be broadcasting for the San Francisco Giants on Sunday, meaning KGO 810 AM and 107.7 The Bone FM will carry the radio broadcast in the greater Bay Area as part of the 49ers' radio network.
Greg Papa and Tim Ryan will be the radio hosts
For the entire Niners radio network in your area, check out the map below:
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In the greater Pittsburgh area, the Steelers' home broadcast will feature radio commentators Bill Hillgrove and Craig Wolfley, and the game can be heard on 102.5 WDVE FM and WBGG 970 AM.
The nationwide broadcast can be found via Compass Media Network where Chris Carrino and Brian Baldinger will have the call.
How stream 49ers-Steelers radio broadcast
NFL+ subscribers can listen live to the game.
The 49ers and Steelers kick off on Sunday, Sept. 10 at 1 p.m. ET from Pittsburgh.