San Francisco is a city with an array of championship events. You can always find a sporting event within the city including baseball, football, and much more. You should never miss the fun of live sporting event in San Francisco. Some of the best teams in the San Francisco, Ca are listed below: -
San Francisco 49ers,
San Francisco Giants,
San Francisco 49ers
A professional American football team, San Francisco 49ers is based in San Francisco, California. The team was founded in 1946 and currently is a member of the Western Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). San Francisco 49ers mascot’s name is Sourdough Sam. Mike Nolan is the current head coach of the team.
In 1950, the team joined the NFL after the AAFC (All-America Football Conference) merged into the older league. In 1970, the 49ers dominated the Raiders, 38-7 and won their first divisional championship. The 49ers won their second straight divisional title in 1971 with a 9-5 record. The 49ers faced the New York Giants in the divisional playoffs and won, 38-24. The 49ers finished the 2006 regular season with a 7-9 record and 3rd in the NFC West.
The team plays their home games at Monster Park in San Francisco, California. The team is also known as ‘Niners’, ‘The Red And Gold’ and ‘Bay Bombers’. San Francisco 49ers are the only team to compete in more than one Super Bowl - and win every Super Bowl they've played in. The team has won five NFL championships including all Super Bowls. In addition to this the team has also won seventeen Division Championships. The team’s colors are: cardinal red, metallic gold and black.
San Francisco Giants
A major league baseball team, San Francisco Giants is based in San Francisco, California since 1958. The team was established in 1883 and is a member of the National League West Division. The team plays their home games at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California. Earlier the team was known as Troy Union Cities, in 1883 it was renamed as New York Gothams, after two years in 1885 it was again renamed as New York Giants and finally in 1958, it was renamed as San Francisco Giants.
In the early 1910s, the Giants lost three straight World Series to the A's, the Red Sox. In 1954, the Giants went on to sweep the World Series in four straight. In 1962, Giants brought a World Series to San Francisco, but lost the series 4 games to 3 to the New York Yankees. In 1981, the team hired a black manager, Frank Robinson. In 1984, the Giants hosted the All-Star Game at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.
In 1986, the team won 83 games and in 1987, won the National League Western Division title. The team has won five World Series titles, twenty NL Pennants, six West Division titles and one Wild Card Berth. In 2003, the team finished 100 victories for the seventh time in franchise history and the third time in San Francisco. In 2005, the team finished with the record of 75-87.