San Diego Chargers Moving To Los Angeles; Will Play 2017 Season In 30,000 Seat Stadium, Say Reports

By  //  January 12, 2017

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The San Diego Chargers are reportedly making the move north to Los Angeles and will make the announcement as soon as Thursday. Though the details are likely still being ironed out, including a possible rebranding in a year or two – they do have a place to play. (Image for Space Coast Daily)

(FOX SPORTS) – The San Diego Chargers are reportedly making the move north to Los Angeles and will make the announcement as soon as Thursday. Though the details are likely still being ironed out, including a possible rebranding in a year or two – they do have a place to play.

It pales in comparison to the place they called home for the past 40-plus years, though.

According to USA Today and multiple other reports, the Chargers plan to play their home games at the StubHub Center for two seasons.

San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium has a seating capacity of more than 70,000. The StubHub Center holds less than half that – 30,000 seats. It will only be a temporary home, of course, until the Chargers’ shared stadium with the Rams in Inglewood is ready in 2019.

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