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San Diego Chargers
San Diego Chargers Tickets
The San Diego Chargers have been members of the West Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL) since 1970. The club began play in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League, and spent their first season in Los Angeles, CA before moving to San Diego in 1961. The Chargers play their home games at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers continue to be the only NFL team based in Southern CA, with no teams in Los Angeles since 1994.
The Chargers are owned by Alex Spanos and George Pernicano is a minority owner with 3% share. A.G. Spanos is the CEO, Dean Spanos is the President, and Head Coach is Mike McCoy.
This marks the first season with the Chargers for Frank Reich as offensive coordinator. During the offseason Reich described his upcoming offense as tough and discussed placing an emphasis on the fast-paced, no-huddle offense. “Anytime you’re in a no-huddle you can go fast and you can go slowly. We will huddle. It’s not like we’re going to be exclusively no-huddle. We will huddle we will go fast, we will go slowly, and we will mix it up. That first drive is not who we are going to be four quarter of every game, but it will certainly be part of it.
There is a new stadium bag/purse policy going into effect this year at game 1 of the pre-season for every NFL team so please be aware no bag/purse will be allowed unless it is:
- Clean Tote, vinyl, pvc, plastic. Do not exceed 12”x6 ”12 OR
- Plastic storage bag: 1 gallon (Ziploc or similar brand)
- Small clutch purse with or w/0 a handle, no larger than 5.5” x – 8.5”
Please refer to stadium guidelines on an approved site for any further questions.
San Diego Chargers History
Chargers 7 - Chiefs 19
The 9-7 Kansas City Chiefs eliminated their AFC West rival San Diego Chargers from the playoffs in a 19-7 contest, in front of a packed house of Chiefs ticket holders at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday.
While the game was going on, the Chiefs had a chance to make the playoffs themselves but needed help with Baltimore and Houston losses. Throughout the matchup, it appeared that it could have happened but the Chiefs were unaware of what was going on with the rest of the league. Both the Ravens and Texans came from behind to pull out victories ending the Chief’s chances of playing in the playoffs.
When Kansas City got to the locker room they learned of their fate and the disappointment most likely overshadowed their solid performance on the field. Chief’s linebacker Justin Houston had four sacks breaking Derrick Thomas’ franchise record with 22 on the season. With quarterback Alex Smith sidelined with a spleen injury, Chase Daniels did a serviceable job throwing for 157 yards without an interception.
In the loss, Chargers’ quarterback Philip Rivers threw for 291 yards with two interceptions and the Chargers really never gave themselves a chance in the game, creating too many mistakes to overcome.
Both teams suffered insurmountable injuries throughout the season and will now be watching the NFL post season from their couches and the golf course. In a tough AFC West division, 2015 will no doubt be another chance to flourish for both teams as they have the talent and fan base to succeed.
Chargers 27 - Rams 24
In a game filled with crazy plays and several lead changes, the San Diego Chargers held on to beat the St. Louis Rams 27-24 on Sunday afternoon.
The Chargers, 7-4 won their second straight game after a three-game losing streak with the help of quarterback Phillip Rivers, who finished with 291 passing yards and a 29-yard touchdown pass to Keenan Allen. San Diego’s defense also added a score with a 13-yard fumble return by linebacker Andrew Gachkar in the third quarter.
St Louis started out strong but it wasn’t in the cards as the Rams had two Shaun Hill touchdown passes nullified by penalties and a field goal attempt blocked. With less than one minute left on the clock, journeyman Hill had the Rams in scoring position at the goal line. He attempted to force a pass to Kenny Britt and was intercepted by Chargers strong safety Marcus Gilchrist to seal the 4-7 Rams fate.
With this win the Chargers now sit in a tie with the Kansas City Chiefs for second place in the AFC West while the Rams who were looking to win two straight for the first time this season, fall to last place in the NFC West by three games.
San Diego heads to Baltimore in Week 13 to challenge the Ravens while St Louis gets to stay home and take on the Oakland Raiders who are coming off their first win of the season.
Currently home to San Diego Charger from the years of 1967-present, the Holiday Bowl, NCAA, and the San Diego State Aztecs football, NCAA on select occasion. The stadium has formerly been called San Diego Stadium and San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium, which is where the stadium gets one of its nicknames. The multi-purpose stadium is referred to as “The Q” and or “The Murph”. It has hosted three Super Bowls in the years of 1988 at Super Bowl XXII, Super Bowl XXXII in 1998 and then Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003. One boasting fact that still stands is that it is the only stadium to host both the Super Bowl and the World Series in the same year, which was 1998. The Stadium joins the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis when it hosted the 1991 World Series, and the Super Bowl XXVI, and the 1985 Major League Baseball All-Star Game and finally Los Angeles memorial Coliseum accomplished this goal in 1959.
The square-circle or “octorad” design or style which at the time was thought to be an improvement from the cookie cutter stadiums they were pumping out in the day. That time is behind us now. Stadiums are built to symbolize and exemplify the entire community and team they are going to represent. Some think this facility is a bit to spread out and not quite intimate enough, but for the most part it is a beautiful design.