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The San Francisco 49ers are a professional football team, a member of the West Division of the National Football Conference in the National Football League. The club was established in San Francisco, California, in 1946. This is the oldest major professional sports team in California.
The franchise has won five Super Bowl Championships - 1981 (XVI), 1984 (XIX), 1988 (XXIII), 1989 (XXIV), 1994 (XXIX). The Niners own five Conference titles (1981, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1994), and 18 Division championships (1970, 1971, 1972, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2002, 2011). Throughout the years the team has made 24 Playoff appearances.
In their history, the San Francisco 49ers have retired twelve numbers: 8 - Steve Young, 12 - John Brodie, 16 - Joe Montana, 34 - Joe Perry, 37 - Jimmy Johnson, 39 - Hugh McElhenny, 42 - Ronnie Lott, 70 - Charlie Krueger, 73 - Leo Nomellini, 79 - Bob St. Clair, 80 - Jerry Rice, 87 - Dwight Clark.
The home stadium of the club is the Candlestick Park. The capacity of the facility for football games is 69,732 seats.
Since 2011, the head coach of the team is Jim Harbaugh. The Active Roster of the San Francisco 49ers includes the players: 2 David Akers, 61 Chase Beeler, 9 Donatavia Bogan, 75 Alex Boone, 53 NaVorro Bowman, 26 Tramaine Brock, 55 Ahmad Brooks, 25 Tarell Brown, 82 Nate Byham, Garrett Chisolm, 51 Blake Costanzo, 15 Michael Crabtree, 29 Chris Culliver, 76 Anthony Davis, 85 Vernon Davis, 24 Anthony Dixon, 96 Demarcus Dobbs, 19 Ted Ginn Jr., 38 Dashon Goldson, 56 Tavares Gooden, 59 Jonathan Goodwin, 21 Frank Gore, 54 Larry Grant, 71 Derek Hall, 98 Parys Haralson, 13 Joe Hastings, 41 Curtis Holcomb, 32 Kendall Hunter, 77 Mike Iupati, 95 Ricky Jean Francois, 86 Brian Jennings, 43 Colin Jones, 7 Colin Kaepernick, 67 Daniel Kilgore, 4 Andy Lee, Mark LeGree, 83 John Matthews, 91 Ray McDonald, 49 Bruce Miller, 84 Joshua Morgan, 23 Cory Nelms, Kyle Nelson, 44 Moran Norris, 81 Justin Peelle, 78 Mike Person, Ryan Pontbriand, 62 Chilo Rachal, 88 Konrad Reuland, 22 Carlos Rogers, 99 Aldon Smith, 11 Alex Smith, 94 Justin Smith, 30 Reggie Smith, 68 Adam Snyder, 90 Isaac Sopoaga, 36 Shawntae Spencer, 27 C.J. Spillman, 74 Joe Staley, 18 Brett Swain, 3 Scott Tolzien, 92 Will Tukuafu, 46 Delanie Walker, 31 Donte Whitner, Kenny Wiggins, 57 Michael Wilhoite, 93 Ian Williams, 10 Kyle Williams, 20 Madieu Williams, 52 Patrick Willis.
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The Houston Texans competes in the National Football League (NFL) in the Southern Division of the American Football Conference (AFC). All of their home games at are played at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas. They joined the NFL as an expansion team and played their first game in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, losing to the New York Giants 34-17 on August 5, 2002. The Texans played their first official season opener at home in Reliant Stadium against the Dallas Cowboys and surprised their opponent by defeating them 19-10, this being the second time in NFL history for an expansion team to win their debut season game. The Texans, however, did not have a winning inaugural season. In fact, the Texans did not have a breakeven season until 2006.
After the Houston Oilers moved to Tennessee, Bob McNair, a prominent businessman and owner of the franchise from Houston, began his mission to bring professional football back to the fourth largest city in the US. After a five year struggle his dream became a reality and the Houston Texans were officially named in a ceremony in downtown Houston on March 2, 2000.
The Houston Texans finally played in the 2011-12 postseason, their first postseason appearance, winning the Wild Card game against the Cincinnati Bengals but were knocked out by the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Divisional Playoffs. The team has had several players that have been selected to play in the Pro Bowl, including but not limited to; Matt Schaub, Andre Johnson, Mario Williams, Owen Daniels and DeMeco Ryans.
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The Reliant Stadium is located in
Houston, USA at
2 Reliant Park,
Reliant Stadium is located in Houston, Texas. It
is a multi-purpose stadium; the home of the Houston Texans
NFL Football Team and main stage for the Houston Rodeo. Other
than NFL Football and the Rodeo the facility is used for a
variety of other purposes including concerts, wrestling,
soccer, college football and college basketball. The Super
Bowl XXXVIII was hosted at Reliant Stadium on February 1,
2004 and WrestleMania XXV was there on April 5, 2009. The
stadium is part of a group of venues known as Reliant Park.
It is a natural grass stadium with a retractable roof, becoming
the first NFL Football facility to have one. It was opened on
August 24, 2002. The stadium capacity is 71,500 seats (72,744
for wrestling events). It was built at a cost of $352 million
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