Don't miss your chance to cheer on your San Diego Chargers LIVE at Qualcomm Stadium from the best seats in the house! Cheer on your favorite football team as part of an electrifying crowd and buy your San Diego Chargers tickets now!
San Diego Chargers individual game and season tickets may be of limited availability or sold-out. The NFL offers three ways for you to obtain your football tickets: via one of the league ticket offices, via Ticketmaster.com, or from other fans here on the official NFL Ticket Exchange.
Each official ticketing channel holds a solution to your ticket needs. Get your NFL tickets now!
Note: Resale prices often exceed face value.
Sun, Oct. 5th, 2014 01:25 PM
Sun, Oct. 19th, 2014 01:05 PM
Sun, Nov. 16th, 2014 01:05 PM
Sun, Nov. 23rd, 2014 01:05 PM
Sun, Dec. 7th, 2014 05:30 PM
Sun, Dec. 14th, 2014 01:05 PM
|The San Diego Chargers initially started playing professional football in the 1960s, although they did not join the NFL until its 1970 merger with the AFL. In 1963 they won their only AFL Championship title. The early post-merger years were a difficult era for the Bolts, and while they came close on several occasions they have yet to grasp a Super Bowl triumph. Following the merger the Chargers made several showings in the playoffs and in the AFC Championship game.
The Chargers consistently placed third or fourth in their division between 1970 and 1978. For the first time in 14 years, the Chargers made it to the playoffs in 1979. The team returned to the playoffs in 1980, but fell one game short of a Super Bowl appearance. The Chargers made their third consecutive playoff run in 1981, but lost in the AFC championship game to the Cincinnati Bengals in the historic “Freezer Bowl.”
At the end of the 1994 season, the Chargers made their first Super Bowl appearance, but lost to the San Francisco 49ers.
As current members of the AFC West, the Chargers are brought face-to-face with their division opponents Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and the Oakland Raiders. Notable former Chargers players include Charlie Joiner, Dan Fouts, Lance Alworth, Johnny Unitas and Ron Mix.
With a seating capacity of 71,000, Qualcomm Stadium has been host to three Super Bowls. Experience the NFL at this historic stadium by purchasing your San Diego Chargers tickets now!