Bob Fouts

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Bob Fouts is a retired hall of fame broadcaster who was best known for his work on the San Francisco 49ers.


Bob worked with Lon Simmons on radio and telecasts for the 49ers. He also called basketball games for the Saint Mary's Gaels and other schools and has covered ice hockey, golf, Pacific Coast League San Francisco Seals, track-and-field, and even wrestling. Fouts was elected into the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame in 2008. He has also covered the Olympic Games and served as sports anchor for KPIX-TV and KGO-TV and called games for the San Francisco Warriors.


Bob attended Christian Brothers High School and St. Mary's College of California and then went to the military to serve as a soldier for World War II. He currently resides with his wife in San Francisco and has five children, one of whom, Dan Fouts, went on to become a Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback and football broadcaster.