NEW YORK, May 20, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Green Bay Packers open their 2013 season with a highly anticipated game in San Francisco against the 49ers, and Ticketability.com is pleased to announce that it has added to its inventory of tickets for this game. Fans who buy Green Bay Packers tickets for this showdown will be headed to Candlestick Park in the southeastern corner of the City by the Bay. This season will be the final one for the stadium that has played host to 49ers home games since 1971.
Affordable Green Bay Packers tickets are available in all price ranges for this game. The teams will kick off at 1:25 p.m. PDT on Sept. 8. Both squads will be looking to build off of impressive 2012 campaigns. The Packers (11-5) claimed the NFC North title before seeing their season come to an end at the hands of the 49ers at this same stadium. The 49ers, 11-4-1 during the regular season and NFC West champions, knocked off the Packers, 45-31, in the playoffs.
The teams also played against each other to open the 2012 campaign. Those who succeeded in their quest to find Green Bay Packers tickets for that game at Lambeau Field witnessed a competitive 30-22 game won by the 49ers. Also, history was made on this day as San Francisco's David Akers tied the NFL record with a 63-yard field goal as time expired in the first half. However, Packers fans who buy Green Bay Packers tickets for the game this year are hoping for a different outcome.
Those who have been looking to find Green Bay Packers for some time have enjoyed watching the team win four Super Bowl titles. Those title seasons took place in 1966, 1967, 1996 and 2010. The most recent title was clinched with a 31-25 victory over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV. Green Bay incredibly won four playoff games away from home in four tries en route to its fourth title.
Fans have been looking for affordable Green Bay Packers tickets for games played against the 49ers since 1950. The first meeting between the teams was one of the few bright spots of Green Bay's 3-9 season. The Packers won, 25-21, in front of 13,196 at City Stadium. The teams then met at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco to close the season. The 49ers won that contest, 30-14, in front of 20,797.
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