SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- 49ers fans were high-fiving and kissing in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFC Championship game at Levi's Stadium.
It was a comeback victory for the Niners.
"I still had faith! Not necessarily sure it was going to happen, but faith always man," said 49ers fan Craig Ayott.
And while some of these Faithful might have started questioning things after the first half...
"I was ready to leave," said fan Keith Austin.
"I was starting to lose a little bit of my swag," said Perrie Mathews.
...The fans did not leave.
"I was starting to get nervous, but he kept me in it. He was like 'Dad, just hold on. Keep your faith. We're going to come back,'" said Carlos Reyes, who attended the game with his son.
"We've been going to the games for 52 years, so we just stay no matter what," said Anne Lauricella, who was with her mom Kathryn. She continued saying, "It was fun, and I'm glad I'm alive for it!"
Kathryn, a die-hard 49ers fan literally did not know if her health would hold up this late into the season.
"She battled cancer this year, so we weren't sure she was going to make it, but she's here," said Anne Lauricella.
And like so many others were ecstatic about the Niners coming back and winning.
"Niners, woo, and I'm from New Jersey. Flying back tonight!"
Fans are now well aware that the 49ers will have to take on the Kansas City Chiefs and that quarterback of theirs.
"Now they gotta play Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, are you worried about that?" we asked.
"Kind of. Patrick Mahomes is a good player also," said 8-year-old Jace Fahnhorst.
"I like Patrick Mahomes. He's a nice guy. But in two Sundays from now, you tell me what's going to happen? I don't know, you know what I mean?" Jace's dad Jerome said laughing.
The 49er Faithful were gathered across the Bay Area Sunday to cheer on their team that has Super Bowl dreams.
Niners superfan Joe Houston had the moves, the shoes and a suit that was "red and gold blooded."
"I had to get a suit for my team and represent, you know," said Houston.
Joe was warming up the 49ers fans at an official team watch party at MOMO's Bar and Grill as the Niners took on the Detroit Lions, for the NFC Championship title.
This crowd was feeling confident.
"We're going all the way, we're going all the way. We're going to win this," said 49ers Fan Jay Mendoza.
In the North Bay, Niner fans were representing at Finnegan's Bar and Grill in Novato.
Marcus Anderson was there to watch at a bar where 49ers potato skins and a Jared Goff Burger are on the same menu. The Lions quarterback grew up in Novato, and played football at Marin Catholic and at Cal.
Fans say make no mistake, that doesn't mean any allegiance to Detroit.
"No, absolutely not. I can't do that to the Niners. I feel like people would be mad. Christian McCaffrey is my boy," said Sabrina Reynolds.
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