49ers Greatest Plays Coasters

$50.00


Relive four of the greatest moments in San Francisco football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2012 NFC Divisional Round - Kaepernick runs 186yds
1998 NFC Divisional Round - The Catch II
1988 Super Bowl XXIII - Montana drives 92yds
1981 NFC Championship - The Catch

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2012 NFC Divisional Round
Kaepernick runs 186yds
San Francisco vs. Green Bay
45 - 31
January 12, 2013
Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA
San Francisco handily beat Green Bay in the 2013 playoffs en route to their first Super Bowl appearance in 19 years. Colin Kaepernick set an NFL post-season record, running for 186 yards and 2 rushing touchdowns and throwing for 2 more touchdowns.
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1998 NFC Divisional Round
The Catch II
San Francisco vs. Green Bay
30 - 27
January 3, 1999
3COM Park, San Francisco, CA
San Francisco was looking to avenge the previous year's playoff loss to Green Bay, but at the 2 minute warning Brett Favre threw a touchdown pass to put Green Bay up by 4. Steve Young had to get a touchdown to win and he delivered, finding Terrell Owens for a 25-yard touchdown with 3 seconds remaining in the game.
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1988 Super Bowl XXIII
Montana drives 92yds
San Francisco vs. Cincinnati
20 - 16
January 22, 1989
Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Time was ticking down in Super Bowl XXIII and San Francisco was down by 3. Fortunately, Joe Montana, displaying his usual calm demeanor, was able to drive San Francisco 92 yards in 3:10. Heavily utilizing Jerry Rice, Montana capped off the drive by hitting John Taylor for the game-winning touchdown pass.
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1981 NFC Championship
The Catch
San Francisco vs. Dallas
28 - 27
January 10, 1982
Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA
"The Catch" was more than just a game winning touchdown, it was the signal of changing of the guard. With San Francisco down by 6 points, Joe Montana led San Francisco down the field and hit Dwight Clark from 6 yards out for "The Catch" and the win. San Francisco went on to win Super Bowl XVI.
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