Los Angeles Chargers Home Schedule 2019
The Los Angeles Chargers will be tested early as they start the 2019 NFL season with a couple of home matchups against 2018 playoff teams. That includes Week 1 vs. the Indianapolis Colts (Sept. 8) and Week 3 vs. the Houston Texans (Sept. 22). Their first AFC West divisional game comes against the Denver Broncos (Oct. 6) in Week 5. They face the Pittsburgh Steelers (Oct. 13) in Week 6 on Sunday Night Football.
The Chargers have a bye in Week 12. They have another Sunday Night Football game in Week 15 at home against the Minnesota Vikings (Dec. 15). That is before their last divisional home game vs. the Oakland Raiders (Dec. 21) in Week 16.
2019 Los Angeles Chargers Home Schedule
|Preseason||Sun, Aug. 18||vs. New Orleans Saints||1:00 PM|
|Preseason||Sat, Aug. 24||vs. Seattle Seahawks||7:00 PM|
|Week 1||Sun, Sept. 8||vs. Indianapolis Colts||1:05 PM|
|Week 3||Sun, Sept. 22||vs. Houston Texans||1:25 PM|
|Week 5||Sun, Oct. 6||vs. Denver Broncos||1:05 PM|
|Week 6||Sun, Oct. 13||vs. Pittsburgh Steelers||5:20 PM|
|Week 9||Sun, Nov. 3||vs. Green Bay Packers||1:25 PM|
|Week 15||Sun, Dec. 15||vs. Minnesota Vikings||5:20 PM|
|Week 16||Sat, Dec. 21||vs. Oakland Raiders||TBD|
Los Angeles Chargers at Dignity Health Sports Park
The Chargers, founded in 1959, play at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California. The stadium is the temporary home of the Chargers and seats 27,000. It is also where the MLS’ LA Galaxy play. It is the temporary of the Chargers until Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park opens in 2020, which will be shared with the Los Angeles Rams.
Los Angeles Chargers Seating Chart – Dignity Health Sports Park
Individual game tickets for all games are available now.
All game times are local and subject to change.
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