Qualcomm Stadium Tickets
Qualcomm Stadium Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Qualcomm Stadium
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It’s hard to believe the San Diego Chargers home is the second-oldest continuously occupied venue in the National Football League. Qualcomm Stadium opened in 1967 and is predated only by Green Bay’s seriously old-school Lambeau Field. Yet it looks as fit and ready for action as many of the stadiums that have gone up in the past decade. Must be the weather.
Qualcomm Stadium used to be known as San Diego Stadium and later Jack Murphy Stadium (after a local sportswriter who urged the Chargers’ relocation from Los Angeles to San Diego). Previously it was home to the San Diego Padres before they moved to the baseball-only Petco Park in ‘04. The Chargers, feeling left out of the NFL’s building boom, would like a new home as well, but there appears to be plenty of life left in Qualcomm Stadium, much to the chagrin of team officials. You can judge for yourself by purchasing Qualcomm Stadium tickets at GoTickets.
Qualcomm Stadium is also home to the San Diego State Aztecs. The Mountain West Conference football team opened its ‘12 schedule Sept. 3 with a home game against UCLA. You can get your San Diego State tickets, UCLA tickets and other college football tickets at GoTickets.
The highlight of Qualcomm Stadium’s college football lineup is the Poinsettia Bowl, which pits a Pac-12 representative against an opponent from the Big 12. This year’s game is set for Dec. 20. You can find Poinsettia Bowl tickets and any other college football tickets you need at GoTickets.
Site of the Super Bowl in 1988 and 1998, Qualcomm Stadium is also a popular concert venue. The Rolling Stones and U2 have both played several times. Other visitors include The Who, Pink Floyd and the Eagles. Visit GoTickets for your Rolling Stones tickets, U2 tickets and other concert tickets.
The Chargers are hoping to replace Qualcomm Stadium with a new stadium in the next few years. They’ve explored several options for redeveloping the site and have shown off renderings of what their proposed $400 million venue would look like. In the meantime, Qualcomm Stadium appears to be serving their purposes. If you want to see this landmark stadium before it disappears forever, visit GoTickets.