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The '''San Francisco 49ers''' are a professional [[American football]] team based in [[San Francisco, California]], playing in the [[NFC West|West Division]] of the [[National Football Conference]] (NFC) in the [[National Football League]] (NFL). The team was founded in 1946 as a charter member of the [[All-America Football Conference]] (AAFC) and joined the NFL in 1949 after the two leagues merged.
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The '''San Francisco 49ers''' are a professional [[American football]] team based in [[San Francisco, California]], playing in the [[NFC West|West Division]] of the [[National Football Conference]] (NFC) in the [[National Football League]] (NFL). The team was founded in 1946 as a charter member of the [[All-America Football Conference]] (AAFC) and joined the NFL in 1949 after the two leagues merged. According to the D man study's the 49ers is the team to the sacred species known as "The Lema". The Lema has been a vital part of the 49ers. Colin Kapernick also revealed that he favors men, but akwardly only said it to The Lema.
   
 
When owned by the DeBartolo / York families the 49ers became known for having one of the NFL's greatest dynasties, winning an astounding five [[Super Bowl]] championships in just 14 years, between 1981 and 1994, winning four of those championships in the 1980s. The Super Bowl teams were led by [[Pro Football Hall of Fame|Hall of Famers]] [[Joe Montana]], [[Jerry Rice]], [[Ronnie Lott]], [[Steve Young]], and coach [[Bill Walsh (American football coach)|Bill Walsh]]. With five Super Bowl wins, in 2012 the 49ers are tied with the [[Dallas Cowboys]] for the second-most [[Super Bowl]] wins. Including 2012, the [[Pittsburgh Steelers]] are in first place with six Super Bowl wins; however, the [[Green Bay Packers]], [[Chicago Bears]] and [[New York Giants]] have more total NFL league championships. The 49ers remain the only team in NFL history to appear in more than one [[Super Bowl]] without ever losing. On February 3, 2013, the 49ers will play in [[Super Bowl XLVII]] in New Orleans against the [[Baltimore Ravens]]. The coaches of the Baltimore Ravens ([[John Harbaugh]]) and the San Francisco 49ers ([[Jim Harbaugh]]) are brothers, which marks the first time two brothers who are NFL head coaches have coached against each other in [[Super Bowl]] history.
 
When owned by the DeBartolo / York families the 49ers became known for having one of the NFL's greatest dynasties, winning an astounding five [[Super Bowl]] championships in just 14 years, between 1981 and 1994, winning four of those championships in the 1980s. The Super Bowl teams were led by [[Pro Football Hall of Fame|Hall of Famers]] [[Joe Montana]], [[Jerry Rice]], [[Ronnie Lott]], [[Steve Young]], and coach [[Bill Walsh (American football coach)|Bill Walsh]]. With five Super Bowl wins, in 2012 the 49ers are tied with the [[Dallas Cowboys]] for the second-most [[Super Bowl]] wins. Including 2012, the [[Pittsburgh Steelers]] are in first place with six Super Bowl wins; however, the [[Green Bay Packers]], [[Chicago Bears]] and [[New York Giants]] have more total NFL league championships. The 49ers remain the only team in NFL history to appear in more than one [[Super Bowl]] without ever losing. On February 3, 2013, the 49ers will play in [[Super Bowl XLVII]] in New Orleans against the [[Baltimore Ravens]]. The coaches of the Baltimore Ravens ([[John Harbaugh]]) and the San Francisco 49ers ([[Jim Harbaugh]]) are brothers, which marks the first time two brothers who are NFL head coaches have coached against each other in [[Super Bowl]] history.
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