The 49ers-Giants “Thursday Night Football” matchup was not without its ugly moments, and that included a brawl in the stands.
A group of unruly 49ers fans threw down in what appeared to be the lower bowl of Levi’s Stadium during San Francisco’s 30-12 win over the Giants.
Video of the initial part of the incident showed a trio of 49ers fans going at one another, with a man in a black 49ers jacket tangled up with a woman wearing black pants and a red Niners shirt, with a woman in a No. 97 white jersey also entering the fray from a few steps up.
The situation escalated even further when a man in a red No. 54 49ers jersey and baseball cap got into things.
The two women began to trade blows while the men briefly engaged one another.
Then, a fifth man — wearing a red No. 25 Richard Sherman 49ers jersey — grabbed the woman in the red shirt and black pants by the hair and appeared to forcefully move her to his right.
As the woman in the red shirt was moved, she grabbed at the head of the woman in the white jersey, who appeared to have a hat and wig fall off in the process.
The man in the black jacket then tries to get involved again before the person in the Sherman jersey and the other male begin kicking him.
A security guard then appeared to enter the mix at the end of the 19-second video that was posted to X.
“I was waiting for it lmaoooo it’s been in the works since the game started,” the user, who said the fight happened in section 122, captioned the post.
A second video appeared to show security trying to get the situation under control, but the two women continued to scrap a few rows down.
It was the latest boorish behavior by football fans since the season started two weeks ago and comes less than a week after a Patriots fan died following an incident in the stands at Gillette Stadium on Sunday.
In Dallas, multiple fights were reported during the Jets-Cowboys game on Sunday afternoon, and a Bengals fan is now facing charges after he allegedly head-butted another spectator as he was already being handcuffed by police during Cincinnati’s Week 2 loss.