The 49ers visit the Browns in Week 6, which means West Coast fans not traveling to Cleveland have to find a television (or some sort of screen).
The last time the San Francisco 49ers visited the Cleveland Browns was back in 2015.
For reference, the Browns were quarterbacked by Johnny Manziel at the time, and one-and-done head coach Jim Tomsula was at the head of the Niners on what turned into a 5-11 season.
San Francisco lost that game, by the way.
The 2023 trip for the 49ers to Cleveland figures to be a bit different. As one of only two remaining undefeated teams in the league, head coach Kyle Shanahan's squad will take on a 2-2 Browns team coming off a bye week but potentially without its starting quarterback, Deshaun Watson, who is dealing with a shoulder injury.
While Cleveland's defense is a top-three unit, the offensive challenges the Browns have could play right into the Niners' favor this Sunday.
So, unless you're in the greater Cleveland area, or are planning to travel, you'll likely need to tune into the game on television or via a streaming service.
What TV channel will broadcast the 49ers game vs. Browns?
Fox will broadcast Sunday's contest between San Francisco and Cleveland.
A good portion of the country will be able to view the broadcast, too, which kicks off on Sunday, Oct. 15 at 1 p.m. ET from Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio.
Kevin Burkhardt will be on play-by-play duties, while Greg Olsen will add color commentary.
Fans can also stream the game on foxsports.com or by downloading the official Fox Sports app. In-market fans can also download either the 49ers app or the Browns app to stream the game, too.