The Los Angeles Chargers franchise began in August of 1959, with their first playing season coming in 1960. The team originated in Los Angeles and played their first season inside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for one season before moving to San Diego, California, where the team was located until the end of the 2016 season. The Chargers played at Balboa Stadium from 1961-1966 before moving into SDCCU Stadium in 1967. The team played at SDCCU Stadium until 2016 when the team left San Diego.
The Chargers franchise entered existence as charter members of the American Football League in 1960 and played within the Western Division of the AFL. When the AFL and NFL merged together in 1970, the Chargers became members of the American Football Conference, playing within the AFC West.
Where do/does the Los Angeles Chargers play?
The Los Angeles Chargers play their home games in the brand new SoFI Stadium beginning in 2020. The Chargers share the stadium with the Los Angeles Rams.
Who else plays in the Los Angeles Chargers division?
The Los Angeles Chargers play in the AFC West.
Other members include:
Kansas City Chiefs
Las Vegas Raiders
What time do the gates open to stadium?
The gates at SoFi Stadium open three hours prior to kickoff.
Who are the Los Angeles Chargers biggest rivals?
The Broncos, Raiders, Chiefs, Colts, Seahawks, Rams, 49ers and Cardinals.
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