49ers Super Bowl lose against Baltimore Ravens in New Orleans is not the only Super Bowl lose in San Francisco 49ers history. 49ers appeared in 7 Super Bowls, wins 5 and losses Two, Super Bowl XLVII and Super Bowl LIV Against Kansas City Chiefs
Let's take a look at the the 49ers Super Bowl lose
Super bowl XLVII
In Super Bowl XLVII, San Francisco faced the Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore almost from the very beginning of the meeting took the lead and by the end of the second quarter the score was already 6-21, in the third quarter the Ravens strengthened their advantage by adding another touchdown, making the score 6 -28. After a break in the third quarter at the Superdome in New Orleans, the lights suddenly disappear, the pause stretched for 34 minutes. After power was restored to the arena, the 49ers were able to play 17 points, closing the gap to five points, 23-28, but the Baltimore players were not going to part with the victory and in the fourth quarter brought the game to a victorious conclusion, 31-34. This is one of the most hated Super Bowl Champions.
In February 2013, the 49ers agreed to trade Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs for the pick of the second round of the 2013 draft and the pick of the 2014 draft. The 2013 season was the last season the team spent at Candlestick Park. The 49ers open the season with an impressive win over the Packers, 34-28, Kaepernick threw 412 yards and three touchdown passes. This was followed by two losses, after which the team has a streak of five wins in a row, going to buy-wick with a result of 6-2. After a week off, the team is down two games but wins the remaining six games, making the season 12-4 and making their way to the wildcard playoff round.
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San Francisco travels to Green Bay in the first round of the playoffs, with 49ers kicker Phil Dawson hitting the winning field goal in the final seconds, 23-20. In the divisional round, the 49ers defensively outplay the Panthers, 23-10, without giving them a point in the first half. For the third straight season, the 49ers make their way to the NFC Conference Finals. The 49ers head to CenturyLink Field to meet the first seeding NFC Seattle Seahawks. San Francisco trails future Super Bowl winners, 17-23.
In 2014, Harbaugh's fourth as coach of the 49ers, the team had a rough season and finished 8-8. At the end of the season, Jim Harbaugh and the 49ers mutually terminate their contract. Under Harbaugh's direction, the team scores 44-19-1.
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