Los Angeles Chargers Tickets
About Los Angeles Chargers
Founded in 1960, the team initially represented the city of Los Angeles before moving to San Diego in 1961. The Chargers now represent Los Angeles, CA once again after moving from San Diego at the start of their 2017 season. The Los Angeles Chargers are part of the American Football Conference West division. With several intense rivalries, Chargers football tickets are hot commodities, so get those Chargers tickets right now, while you still can!
History of the Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Chargers tickets have yielded exciting entertainment since 1960. The Los Angeles Chargers schedule between 1960 and 1970 was spent in the American Football League before the AFL merged with the NFL. Sid Gillman coached the Chargers during their decade in the AFL, where they made the playoffs five times. They went to war in four AFL championship games and won the AFL championship title once in 1963.
Since joining the NFL, the Chargers have played in the playoffs 13 times and in the AFC championship game four times. In 1994, they lost Super Bowl XXIX, 49-26, to the San Francisco 49ers, but they put up one memorable fight.
Chargers tickets almost always sell out within days of them being on sale. Those who've scored Los Angeles Chargers tickets over the years have been able to witness the physical prowess of seven Pro Football Hall of Fame players and the strategic prowess of one Pro Football Hall of Fame head coach.
The Los Angeles Chargers Stadium
The Chargers will be playing at the StubHub Center - Soccer Staduim until 2020 when the stadium that is being built for them opens in Los Angeles. Their temporary home is located 10 miles south of the city and has a seating capcaity of just over 27,000. Get close to the action by getting tickets to see the Los Angeles Chargers while they play their home games at this smaller venue!
Did you know these facts about the Los Angeles Chargers?
- Barron Hilton was the first owner of the Chargers. Barron is the son of Hilton Hotels & Resorts founder, Conrad Hilton.
- At 41 Doug Flutie became the oldest quarterback to rush for two touchdowns in a game. He set this record in 2003 when starting for an injured Drew Brees.
- Former head coach Don Coryell won 100 football games at both the collegiate and professional level. He was the first coach to reach this milestone.
The Biggest Los Angeles Chargers Rivalries
The NFL season is really heating up. Tickets to regular season games are still available, make sure you get them today before they sell out! Watching the Chargers live is the best way to witness several of the greatest rivalries in NFL history.
Los Angeles Chargers vs Oakland Raiders
The Chargers and Raiders have gone head-to-head numerous times since 1960 and typically play each other twice a year. The Chargers won an impressive 13 games straight against the Raiders from 2003-2009. SD Chargers tickets are currently available for the Chargers vs Raiders game that will take place at Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday, December 18, 2016.
Los Angeles Chargers vs Denver Broncos
Like the Raiders, the Broncos and Chargers have battled it out since 1960 in an attempt to win the AFC West division championship. The Chargers have claimed two of the three largest victories in the 113 meetings between these two teams. In 1963, the Chargers beat the Broncos 58-20, and in 2007, they beat them 41-3.
Los Angeles Chargers Team Schedule