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About Los Angeles Chargers Tickets

The city of Los Angeles welcomed its second new NFL team in as many years in 2017. Founded in 1960, the Chargers actually played their inaugural season in Los Angeles before spending the next half-century in San Diego. LA is welcoming a storied organization, as the Chargers boast 13 NFL playoff appearances in their history and have been home to legends such as Dan Fouts and Junior Seau.

How much are Los Angeles Chargers tickets?

You can find Los Angeles Chargers tickets for as low as $19.00, with an average price of $225.00.

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Get cheap Chargers tickets on SeatGeek, with prices as low as $19.00.

Where to buy Los Angeles Chargers tickets?

Buy Chargers tickets on Seatgeek for regular seasonpreseasonplayoffs and parking

Who are the Los Angeles Chargers biggest rivals?

The Chargers biggest rivals are the Las Vegas Raiders, Denver Broncos, and Kansas City Chiefs.

Where do the Los Angeles Chargers play?

The Los Angeles Chargers home games are played at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA.

Do you have to buy parking for Los Angeles Chargers games?

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