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2020 Season Update: Due to Major Sports Raffle Program regulations set forth from the state of California, the 49ers cannot operate a 50/50 raffle in any capacity without ticketed fans at games. While we look forward to hosting raffles again at future home games, please consider participating in the 49ers Foundation Sweepstakes presented by Black Oak Casino Resort and donate to enter to win cool prizes every week! No purchase or donation necessary to enter.

The 49ers Foundation 50/50 Raffle is available during every 49ers home game at Levi’sВ® Stadium. Half of the net proceeds posted at each game go to the winning ticket holder. The other half goes to a charitable beneficiary of the 49ers Foundation.

Ticket sales occur from the time gates open through the 7:00 minute mark of the fourth quarter. Tickets are available from sellers in the stands, or at a raffle kiosk located throughout Levi’sВ® Stadium.В

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Reports: 49ers Great Joe Montana Thwarts Kidnapping in Own Home

LOS ANGELES — According to numerous media reports, legendary NFL quarterback Joe Montana is being credited with stopping a would-be kidnapper from taking one of his own grandchildren from his Los Angeles County home.

TMZ Sports, citing Los Angeles law enforcement, reported an unidentified 39-year-old woman is alleged to have entered Montana’s Malibu home through an unlocked door about 5 p.m. PST Saturday.

The report states the unidentified suspect saw a woman holding a child, and then grabbed that child and moved to a different part of the house.

Montana and his wife, the report continues, confronted the woman and wrestled the child away from her. The suspect then fled the house but was apprehended by police, who happened to be in the area.

The report states the suspect has been charged with kidnapping and burglary.

Montana, 64, played in the NFL for 16 seasons, mostly for the San Francisco 49ers. He also played for the Kansas City Chiefs in 1993 and 1994 before retiring in 1995.

Montana led the 49ers to four Super Bowl championships and the Chiefs to the conference championship in 1993 and the AFC Wild Card in 1994.

Incident reportedly took place Saturday in Malibu.