You know what first connected you to the Niners, and you know what keeps you committed to them still today? Well, for me, it was me watching the games with my dad. I can remember seeing him totally committed in full red and gold gameday attire, whether it was on TV, games at Candlestick, or a game at Levi’s.
I was pulled into the Niners because they seemed to always win during the ’80s, my dad had season tickets from the ’90s to 2016. I can vividly remember my dad buying a new big-screen TV every super bowl they went to, from 55 inches to 65 inches and now 80 inches so that he could host super bowl bashes and invite everyone to his watch party.
Yesterday’s NFC Championship Game was filled with moments I will never forget. My dad and I were honored to root for the 49ers surrounded by our NBN family members! We observed in all, tailgating, Levi’s packed to capacity, and very few visiting cheeseheads.
The stands were amazingly quiet when letting the Niners offense work, feverish during defensive play, and frenzied when celebrating big plays. The faithful were out in force, providing the 49ers players, coaches with the true home-field advantage that they had fought and battled so hard to earn during the regular season.
My dad George the night of the Championship game Victory on the field.
This picture says it all! We’re back baby! Super Bowl 54 bound. Miami, Here we come!