San Francisco 49ers


Los Angeles Rams


Sunday, Nov. 29

4:05 p.m. ET


Rams -5.5

SF 49ers vs. Rams Week 12 live game thread, how to watch on TV or stream online

Welcome to our SF 49ers live game-day thread for Week 12 of the 2020 NFL regular season, as our 4-6 San Francisco 49ers head south to face the 7-3 Los Angeles Rams, in a must-win game for both teams.

Discuss the game with Niner Noise writers and fellow members of the 49ers Faithful in our new comments section, “The Conversation,” at the bottom of the article!

Today’s showdown between the Niners and the Rams kicks of on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020, at 4:05 p.m. ET, at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. Today’s matchup should have a “playoff game” feel, as the Rams aim to keep pace at the top of the NFC West, and the 49ers look to begin a potential playoff run.

Although injuries continue to take a major toll on the SF 49ers’ season, the team will have reinforcements back after last week’s bye. Returning players include running backs Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson, wide receiver Deebo Samuel, and cornerback Richard Sherman. Much-needed left tackle Trent Williams should also be available for action after the team removed him from the COVID-19 list yesterday.

Will the 49ers find a way to get their season back on track, while continuing their two-year winning streak against their NFC West rival? Check out San Francisco’s keys to victory and additional analysis of today’s contest on

SF 49ers vs. LA Rams: How to watch

The Niners’ Week 12 matchup with the Rams will be broadcast live on television on FOX for viewers in California and Hawaii, and in portions of Oregon and Nevada. Today’s televised contest will be hosted by play-by-play announcer Chris Myers and color commentators Brock Huard and Greg Jennings.

In-market fans can stream the Niners’ game on the FOX Sports App or website, the Yahoo! Sports App, or the Mobile App. Additionally, Bay Area fans can watch the game via the 49ers iOS App or on You can also stream the matchup on your phone, computer, or media streaming device with fuboTV’s subscription service, which includes a seven-day trial membership for new subscribers.

All out-of-market viewers can watch via NFL Sunday Ticket on DIRECTV or via the NFL Sunday Ticket app, while college students can purchase online access to DIRECTV’s NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV.

Join in the discussion with Niner Noise writers and fellow fans in our new comments section, “The Conversation,” at the bottom of the article!

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