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The San Diego Chargers were one of the eight teams that started the American Football League in 1959. The team was formed in Los Angeles and their first name was Los Angeles Chargers. The first owner of the team was Barron Hilton. During the inaugural season of the AFL, the chargers won the AFL Western division title. Due to lack of fan support, however, Hilton moved the team to San Diego the next year. They Chargers first played at the Balboa Stadium which was expanded to accommodate 34,000 seats. During their AFL days, the Chargers were legitimate contenders reaching the playoffs and divisional titles in five of the first six seasons (it was only in 1962 that they did not win the division title). The early Chargers were known as crowd pleasing teams with high scoring abilities and they captured their first championship in 1963 - when they thrashed the Boston Patriots with a score of 51 – 10. The team was led by Pro Hall of Famer Lance Alworth and head coach Sid Gillman.
In LA, they played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. When they moved to San Diego, they played at the Balboa Stadium from 1961 to 1966. In 1967, the team began playing at the Qualcomm Stadium (it was named San Diego Stadium from 1967 to 1980 and Jack Murphy Stadium from 1981 to 1997). Since the NFL-AFL merger in 1970, the San Diego team barged into playoffs after 10 seasons (in 1979). The glorious days of the Chargers in the 1960s was never repeated in the 1970s. The success of the Chargers in the NFL came in 1979 when they reached the playoffs. They were also division champs from 1979 to 1981. They reached the playoffs again three times in the 1990s and in 1994, they won the AFC title and made their only appearance to the Super Bowl so far - Super Bowl XXIX where they lost to the San Francisco 49ers. They rose again from the mid to late-2000s and became division champs from the year 2004 to 2009, except in 2005.
The Qualcomm Stadium is the second-oldest NFL stadium next to the Lambeau Field of the Green Bay Packers. It was originally built with a tag price of $27 million. One of the notable features of the stadium is the ring of honor as well as banners of the teams in the NFL. The stadium was renovated in 1997 and work included the addition of 11,500 seats, 37 new suites, new west-end Jumbotron screen and club level. The Qualcomm Stadium hosted three Super Bowl games (XXII, XXXII and XXXVII).
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2014-2015 San Diego Chargers Game Schedule:
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