Los Angeles Chargers tickets, schedule & more details
NFL schedule release 2020
Despite COVID-19, the NFL is still planning on releasing a full schedule. The schedule is typically released end of April, generally a week before the draft. However, this year, the 2020 NFL schedule has been delayed. Rumors are circulating that it will take place week of May 4.
Los Angeles Chargers Tickets
Team: Los Angeles Chargers
Home Games: SoFi Stadium (shared with LA Rams)
Coach: Anthony Lynn
Best Players: Philip Rivers, Melvin Gordon, Mike Pouncey, Keenan Allen, Hunter Henry, Joey Bosa, Melvin Ingram, Casey Hayward, Desmond King
Rival Team: Oakland Raiders
The Los Angeles Chargers began its legacy in 1959 upon the team's founding by Barron Hilton, son of hotel mogul Conrad Hilton. After just one season of playing in LA, the team moved to San Diego to play at the Balboa Stadium, which was expanded to a 34,000-seating capacity to accommodate the football team. The Los Angeles Chargers stayed in San Diego until the team returned to Los Angeles in 2017. Now playing its home games at the ROKiT Field at Dignity Health Sports Park, the Los Angeles Chargers franchise has an exciting season ahead. Numerous Los Angeles Chargers players have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, including Lance Alworth, Rox Mix, Dan Fouts, Kellen Winslow, Charlie Joiner, Fred Dean, Junior Seau, LaDainian Tomlinson and Bobby Beathard. The Chargers have two home games scheduled against the Minnesota Vikings and their rival team, the Oakland Raiders. Tickets for Los Angeles Chargers games can be found at StubHub.
What was the Los Angeles Chargers’ record last season?
The Los Angeles Chargers' record from 2019 was five wins to eleven losses and zero ties.
Who are the team leaders?
The Los Angeles Chargers boasts great players. The all-time passing record is held by Philip Rivers. LaDainian Tomlinson holds the all-time rushing leader record. Antonio Gates holds the record for all-time receiving leader, and John Carney holds the record for all-time scoring leader.
Who is the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers?
Coach Anthony Lynn is the first black man to be the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers. Lynn previously worked as an assistant coach with the Buffalo Bills. Lynn played for the NFL initially with the Denver Broncos in 1993. He spent two seasons with the San Francisco 49ers from 1995 to 1996, and then ended his career in 1999 after spending another two years with the Broncos. He has won two Super Bowl Championships: XXXII and XXXIII. Coach Lynn has 83 career games under his belt.
What is the history of the ROKiT Field at Dignity Health Sports Park?
The Dignity Health Sports Park has been the home stadium of the Los Angeles Chargers since 2017. However, 2019 was the team's last season at this venue. The Main Stadium boasts a 30,000-seating capacity for football events, with 41 luxury suites, six event suites and 1,332 club seats. In 2020 the team will move to SoFi Stadium, also home to the Los Angeles Rams.
Why is the Los Angeles Chargers' rival team the Oakland Raiders?
The Los Angeles Chargers and Oakland Raiders have been engaged in a rivalry since 1960. Until 2019, it has been undefeated by the Raiders, the Raiders breaking this streak in 2019 by winning twice. The in-state rivalry between these two teams has ended since the Raiders move to Las Vegas in 2020.
What other facts about the Los Angeles Chargers should I know?
Coach Sid Gillman won the most games for the Los Angeles Chargers when he worked with all-star players such as Lance Alworth, Keith Lincoln, Paul Lowe and John Hadl. Coach Gillman is part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Barry Hilton sold the Chargers to Eugene V. Klein in 1966, who later sold it to Alex G. Spanos in 1984. Once the Spanos moved to Los Angeles, the Chargers came with them in 2017.
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