The San Francisco 49ers are going to the Super Bowl!
And for the second time in four years, they will face off against the Kansas City Chiefs. Supporting them will be a host of devoted fans – including some A-list celebrities.
From Julia Roberts to Jeremy Renner to Vice President Kamala Harris, check out some of the famous fans who are die-hard San Francisco 49ers fans.
49ers fandom runs deep in Marisa Miller’s blood, as she revealed in 2013. “Was a great day yesterday with the @49ers! Here’s Gavin and I on the field,” she wrote alongside a cute photo of her and son her.
“I have to start fresh,” she continued. “He’s the fourth generation of 49ers fans in the family.”
Jeremy Renner’s love for the 49ers is so genuine, he refused to consider rooting for another team in case the Niners didn’t make it to the Super Bowl this year.
“Don’t have a plan B. There is no plan B. That means you’re planning to fail,” he told PEOPLE while on set for his Silk Super Bowl commercial. “It’s the same in my career. I never planned to do anything else.”
of Avengers actor also plans to bring his “go big or go home” attitude to Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11 — even if he has to turn right around and go back to work.
“Well, I’ll be in Pittsburgh for the shoot Mayor of Kingstownbut [the Super Bowl] it’s on the weekend, so when the Niners go… I’m definitely going to have to go to that one,” he told PEOPLE.
Scott Eastwood had fun celebrating the Miami-based 49ers’ upcoming game against the Chiefs in 2020. It’s safe to say, Pacific Uprising The actor will be showing off the same dance moves for the teams’ rematch on February 11.
Lindsey Vonn appeared dressed to the *ahem* … nines when she came to show some love during their February 7 game against the LA Rams.
Andy Samberg and his comedy partners from The Lonely Island, Joma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer had their 49 pride on full display in this return pic from 2014.
The power of Huey Lewis’ love for the 49ers is personal, as the singer/songwriter was actually good friends with 49ers wide receiver Dwight Clark.
“He was a special guy,” Lewis said of his friend to NBC Bay Area. “He was handsome and talented…He was super smart and sensitive to people, you know? And a real people guy; a lover. A lover of people. And generous and sweet and a great listener great. I mean, he was an incredible guy, Dwight Clark.”
Above, Lewis is pictured with fellow musician Eric Martin (l), Clark and former 49ers quarterback Joe Montana.
Like Jeremy Renner, the thought that the San Francisco 49ers wouldn’t make it to this year’s Super Bowl wasn’t a consideration for Vice President Kamala Harris, who jokingly replied, “Oh, the 49ers are going to win. Don’t worry about it.” go to next question” when asked to name a backup team.
Even while working, Julia Roberts needs to know what’s going on with her beloved team — as she long ago discovered View.
“I’m a football fanatic. That’s something not many people know,” she said. “But yesterday when I was still working and the 49ers were playing, I was like ‘Anyone have an update?’ And there was always a voice from somewhere telling me what was going on.”
After discovering that Roberts had never been to the Super Bowl, view host Whoopi Goldberg invited Roberts to go with her to the game in Vegas, promising it would be “great fun.”
Like Scott Eastwood, country singer Jon Pardi was so happy his team made it to the finals in 2020. literally jumped on a chair to celebrate.
The energy remained the same as Pardi joined teammates Tyler Rich and Nate Smith to once again celebrate the 49ers making it to the big game this year.
Matt Bomer is also keeping his 49ers fans in the family. of Maestro The actor took his son Kit to a game for a fun father-son outing in September.
A Bay Area native, E40’s love for his hometown team runs so deep, he made a song about it. Not only can fans stream Niner Gang, but they can see the full force of the rapper’s dedication on his Instagram, which is filled with photos and videos of him at Niner games.
Like her compatriots, Bella Thorne is loyal to the San Francisco 49ers through thick and thin. “I know the 49ers are losing…but I stand with one team through thick and thin. Don’t change an opinion based on popularity or pressure!” SHE tweeted in 2014after the team fell to the Seattle Seahawks and failed to reach the Super Bowl.
Tigers of the North
Norteño group Los Tigres del Norte were in the stands to celebrate their hometown heroes taking home the NFC Championship against the Detroit Lions – and captured the excitement on the group’s Instagram page. “Jefes de Jefes!” they wrote in a video from the game.
Actress Jamie Chung is a huge 49ers fan, she agreed to represent her hometown for an NFL Apparel campaign a few years ago. At the time, she talked about how she got excited about the team.
“I have so much pride in my hometown, it’s amazing,” Chung told PEOPLE. “In 2012, I took my dad to the Super Bowl — and we lost, which was heartbreaking — but it was very monumental because my dad is a die-hard Niners fan. As a Korean immigrant growing up in San Francisco during the golden years of the Niners … it was the only thing he was able to connect with people.