The 49ers are in their second season in Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., with legendary Candlestick Park now demolished and just a memory.
One player, captain NaVorro Bowman, weighed in on the transition from one venue to the next.
"I miss Candlestick, ya know," Bowman said on 95.7 The Game on Wednesday. "It had just a different type of feeling...with all the history, and seeing the stadium in so many different movies and big games, and things like that. I'll always have a special place in my heart for Candlestick.
"But Santa Clara is our home now."
Not only has the team been in a transition, moving from one place to another, but the organization has undergone change and is experiencing growing pains.
One result of this has been a low attendance rate at the shiny, new state-of-the-art venue this season.
Does Bowman take it hard?
"Not too tough, man," Bowman said when asked about fan attendance. "We're humans out there on the field. We have favorite teams in other sports also. We understand our fans are behind us. And money is important in these days.
"And if we're not winning, I don't see there's a reason to waste their money on coming to see us. I mean, we have to win to get the fans in the stands. And I'm a player that understands that and gives my all."
The 49ers are 4-10 with two games left in 2015, winning just three games at Levi's Stadium this season. San Francisco has won just seven of 15 possible games since moving into the stadium at the beginning of 2014.