The San Diego Chargers announced they will open Training Camp 2016 tomorrow, Saturday, July 30, and at the same time they will put single-game tickets to all eight regular-season home games go on sale to the general public. The tickets will be available starting at 8 a.m. PT exclusively at the Chargers Ticket Office, located at Gate C at Qualcomm Stadium.
For making the trip to the Q to buy tickets, fans will get a coupon for a 30 percent discount at the Chargers Team Store, located at Gate H of Qualcomm Stadium.
Fans can purchase tickets online beginning Saturday as well, beginning at 1 p.m. Pacific Time. You can go to their website to purchase them.
The Home schedule promises all the same AFC West action, including the reigning Super Bowl Champions, the Denver Broncos, on October 13, which is a nationally televised Thursday Night Football game. The home schedule opens with there Jacksonville Jaguars on September 18, followed by the return of Drew Brees with the New Orleans Saints. It will be the first time Brees plays in San Diego since he went to New Orleans, then the Broncos game, the Tennessee Titans on November 6, the Miami Dolphins a week later on November 13; the the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit San Diego on December 4, and then the biggest game of the season — Chargers and Raiders fan will tell you that — the Oakland Raiders invade Qualcomm for the yearly showdown between the two teams. The home schedule ends with another division rival: the Kansas City Chiefs on January 1, 2017.
If you’re a Chargers fan, get your tickets. Click Here for ticket information and the seating chart.
As for the practices, fans can attend those at no charge, You can find more information Here.
Photos by Claudia Gestro
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