49ers record in every playoff round: History on SF’s side in divisional matchup vs. Packers

The 49ers did enough in the 2023 regular season to secure a first-round bye that let them rest heading into the divisional round. They also get homefield advantage in their two games leading up to the Super Bowl.

Jumping straight to a home game in the divisional playoffs is a great sign for the 49ers. They’ve historically been outstanding in their home divisional games, amassing a 15-3 record in those contests, including each of their last five at either Candlestick Park or Levi’s Stadium.

In their pregame release, the 49ers issued a look at their record by playoff round. Here’s how they’ve historically fared in every postseason round:


WIld card

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Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Overall: 6-2
Home: 4-0
Road: 2-2

Last win: 41-23 vs. Seahawks in 2022
Last loss: 25-15 at Packers in 2001

Divisional round

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Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Overall: 18-7
Home: 15-3
Road: 3-4

Last win: 19-12 vs. Cowboys in 2022
Last loss: 31-6 at Buccaneers in 2002

Conference championship

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Overall: 7-11
Home: 5-5
Road: 2-6

Last win: 37-20 vs. Packers in 2019
Last loss: 31-7 at Eagles in 2022

Super Bowl

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Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Overall: 5-2
Home: N/A
Road: N/A

Last win: 49-26 vs. Chargers in 1994
Last loss: 31-20 vs. Chiefs in 2019

Playoff totals

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Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Overall: 36-22
Home: 24-8
Road: 7-12
Neutral: 5-2

Story originally appeared on Niners Wire