Los Angeles Chargers Tickets
The Chargers are back and ready to make a statement in the AFC at their new home of Los Angeles. Led by a group of hungry veterans, Los Angeles has their sights set on wining the AFC West and bringing a Super Bowl trophy to Southern California. Division rivals, the Oakland Raiders and the Denver Broncos look to stand in the Chargers' way. Grab your Los Angeles Chargers tickets and head over to their temporary home at the StubHub Center while the new Los Angeles Stadium is set to be finished in 2020.
Most Recent Season
The 2017 season was the franchise’s 48th season in the NFL and the 58th overall. It was only the second season the Chargers played in the Greater Los Angeles Area and the first under head coach Anthony Lynn. The Chargers finished the regular season 9-7, improving on their record from the 2016 season of 5-11. Unfortunately, their play in the regular season was not enough to qualify them for the playoffs. The Chargers have missed the playoffs four years in a row. Will 2018 be the season for Los Angeles to make a comeback? Grab your Los Angeles Chargers tickets from ScoreBig to find out!
History of the Chargers
The Chargers played their first season with the American Football League in 1960 in Los Angeles. Barron Hilton was the original owner of the Chargers. After just one season of playing in Los Angeles, the Chargers moved the franchise to San Diego. The San Diego Chargers played for ten years in the AFL before the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. After the merger, the Chargers were placed in the AFC West division. After a few unsuccessful seasons, San Diego hired head coach Don Coryell. Under coach Coryell, San Diego led the league in total yards in offense from 1978-1983 and in 1985. The Chargers also made the playoffs four years in a row from 1979-1982 which included three AFC West division championships. Unfortunately, after the 1982 playoffs, the Chargers failed to make it to the post season until 1992. In 1994 the Chargers made their first and only ever Super Bowl appearance. They finished the regular season that year 11-5 with quarterback Stan Humphries. The Chargers beat the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC playoffs to make it to Super Bowl XXIX. San Diego went head to head with the San Francisco 49ers but sadly lost 49-26. The Chargers made it to the playoffs in 1995 but could not manage to return until 2004. Drew Brees was the quarter back for San Diego during the 2004 season and helped his team go 12-4. Brees was named 2004 NFL Comeback Player of the Year and also was selected to the 2004 Pro Bowl. Even with such a great season behind them, the Chargers lost to the New York Jets in overtime in the first round of the playoffs that year. The Chargers went on to win the AFC West division title in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. San Diego did not make it to the postseason again until 2013. They entered the playoffs that season as a six seed. San Diego faced the Cincinnati Bengals in the first round and won 27-10. In the AFC Divisional Playoff round the Chargers lost to the Denver Broncos in Colorado 24-17. The Chargers have not made it back to the playoffs since.
Come to the StubHub Center and be a part of the Chargers' fight to win the AFC West and bring the Lombardi Trophy home. Normally a soccer stadium, the StubHub Center has a capacity of 27,000 and is set just 10 miles south of downtown Los Angeles. Fans come and enjoy the beautiful Southern California weather and participate in the famed "Los Angeles Super Chargers" fight song after a Charger touchdown or win.