Los Angeles Chargers


Full NameLos Angeles Chargers

Nick NameThe Bolts


GroundSoFi Stadium

Team Owner(s)Dean Spanos

Prominent PlayersLance Alworth, Ron Mix, Dan Fouts, Charlie Joiner


The Los Angeles Chargers was established when a 32-year-old hotel businessman Barron Hilton was awarded a Los Angeles franchise for the new American Football League in 1959.

Although the Los Angeles Chargers won the AFL Western division championship in 1960, there was little fan support for the club, so in 1961, Hilton, encouraged by Jack Murphy, the sports editor for San Diego, moved his team 120 miles south to San Diego and came to be known as the San Diego Chargers.

To accommodate the Chargers, the historic Balboa Stadium's seating capacity was increased to 34,000. With the help of coach Sid Gillman, the Chargers in San Diego rose to become one of the real glamor squads of any era. In five of the first six seasons of the AFL, Gillman's initial teams were divisional winners thanks to their high-scoring, electrifying juggernauts.

In 2017, the Chargers relocated back to Los Angeles after 56 seasons in San Diego. Currently the Chargers compete in the AFC West division of the NFL. Forbes values the Los Angeles Chargers at $3.875 billion as of the current year.

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Los Angeles Chargers Roster 2022-23

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4Chase DanielQB
10Justin HerbertQB
2Easton StickQB
30Austin EkelerRB
40Zander HorvathRB
25Joshua KelleyRB
20Sony MichelRB
28Isaiah SpillerRB
13Keenan AllenWR
83Michael BandyWR
1DeAndre CarterWR
5Josh PalmerWR
81Mike WilliamsWR
7Gerald EverettTE
88Tre' McKittyTE
89Donald Parham Jr.TE
48Stone SmarttTE
76Will ClappC
63Corey LinsleyC
64Brenden JaimesOT
74Storm NortonOT
79Trey PipkinsOT
68Jamaree SalyerOT
73Foster SarellOT
71Matt FeilerOG
77Zion JohnsonOG


56Morgan FoxDE
90Tyeler DavisonDT
96Breiden FehokoDT
91Christopher HintonDT
69Sebastian Joseph-DayDT
52Khalil MackOLB
8Kyle Van NoyOLB
9Kenneth MurrayILB
49Drue TranquillILB
31Nick NiemannLB
57Amen OgbongbemigaLB
42Troy ReederLB
94Chris Rumph IILB
59Derrek TuszkaLB
23Bryce CallahanCB
43Michael DavisCB
33Deane LeonardCB
26Asante Samuel Jr.CB
36Ja'Sir TaylorCB
37Kemon HallDB
22JT WoodsSAF
24Nasir AdderleyFS
32Alohi GilmanFS
3Derwin JamesSS


12Taylor BertoletK
15Cameron DickerK
16J.K. ScottP
47Josh HarrisLS

Los Angeles Chargers Record- Last 10 Years

SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20213rd AFC West9-8-0Did not qualify
20203rd AFC West7-9-0Won Super Bowl
20194th AFC West5-11-0Did not qualify
20182nd AFC West12-4-0Lost Divisional Playoffs
20172nd AFC West9-7-0Did not qualify
20164th AFC West5-11-0Did not qualify
20154th AFC West4-12-0Did not qualify
20143rd AFC West9-7-0Did not qualify
20133rd AFC West9-7-0Lost Divisional Playoffs
20122nd AFC West7-9-0Did not qualify

Los Angeles Chargers Championships

Before entering the NFL, the Chargers won the AFL title in 1963 and advanced to four AFL Championship Games and five AFL Playoffs. Since then, the Chargers have participated in 13 postseason series and four AFC Championship games. The Chargers met the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIX in 1994, the year they won their first and only AFC title, and fell short 49–26.

The Los Angeles Chargers have made it to a total of 19 playoffs since they started playing and have won 15 Divisional Championships. SInce 2010, the team has only been able to make it to the postseason twice. The Chargers are one of the NFL teams who are yet to get their hands on a Vince Lombardi trophy.

Popularly Asked Questions

What is the Los Angeles Chargers mascot?

While the Chargers were playing in San Diego, Boltman served as a type of unofficial mascot for the team. Dan Jauregui, the creator of Boltman, left his position in 2018 after 22 years.

The Chargers adopted 'Bolt', a puppy training to be a service dog, as their unofficial furry mascot in 2020.

Where is the Los Angeles Chargers Home Stadium?

The Los Angeles Chargers home stadium is the Sofi Stadium in Inglewood, California. The Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers of the National Football League (NFL), as well as the yearly LA Bowl in college football, play in the fixed-roof stadium. The building is a part of Hollywood Park, a planned community built on the site of an old racecourse. Valued at $5.76 billion, the Sofi Stadium is currently one of the most expensive sports stadiums in the world.

Read more about the 12 Most Expensive Stadiums in the NFL.

What is the Los Angeles Chargers playoff record?

The Los Angeles Chargers have made it to 19 playoffs in 63 NFL seasons. Their current playoff record is 12 wins and 18 losses.

What is the net worth of Los Angeles Chargers’ owners?

The Los Angeles Chargers is owned by Dean Spanos, who has a net worth of approximately $1 billion. Spanos is the team president and CEO of the Chargers.

Where can I stream Los Angeles Chargers games?

You can stream any Los Angeles Chargers game on the Los Angeles Chargers app or the NFL Game Pass app. Chargers games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.

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