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Chargers tickets on sale Saturday

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Johnny Lightning, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. Johnny Lightning

    Johnny Lightning Go Bolts

    Feb 7, 2006

    First 100 purchasers at the team’s ticket office at Qualcomm Stadium on July 31 receive an autographed Chargers 2010 yearbook.

    The big day is finally here.
    Tickets to each of the team’s eight regular-season home games go on sale at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 31.
    Fans can purchase tickets for all 10 preseason and regular season games through Chargers.com, by calling TicketMaster at 800-745-3000 and at any TicketMaster outlet.
    For those who prefer to purchase tickets directly from the Chargers’ ticket office at Gate C at Qualcomm Stadium, the first 100 fans that buy tickets at the stadium will get a 2010 Chargers yearbook autographed by one of the team’s key players.
    Fans will get their first look at rookie Ryan Mathews during the preseason opener Aug. 14 when the four-time defending AFC West champions take on the Chicago Bears. It should be interesting to see the reception Chargers fans give to former Denver quarterback Jay Cutler when he makes his first trip to San Diego since joining the Bears. The game also will feature the team’s annual salute to youth football in San Diego County.
    The Chargers will host a team on Saturday night, Aug. 21 that many expect to vie for the NFC title when the Dallas Cowboys visit Qualcomm Stadium for the second preseason game. The Chargers defeated the Cowboys in Dallas last season, 20-17. Quentin Jammer, Antoine Cason and the secondary will get an up-close look at one of the NFL’s most dangerous weapons from a season ago in star receiver Miles Austin while the offense must handle the Cowboys’ attacking defense.
    The game also marks the Chargers’ annual Salute to the Military – a fan favorite – and includes one of the top pregame and halftime shows of the year.
    The energy is sure to be overflowing at the regular season home opener when Maurice Jones-Drew and the Jacksonville Jaguars storm into town Sept. 19, providing an immediate test for the run defense.
    The Arizona Cardinals quietly have been one of the most successful franchises in the last few years, reaching Super Bowl XLIII in 2008 and losing to Green Bay in the divisional round of the playoffs last year. They’ll roll into San Diego on Oct. 3 looking to continue that success post-Kurt Warner as Larry Fitzgerald and former USC quarterback Matt Leinart will look to continue the team’s winning ways.
    Only two teams have a better record than San Diego since 2006. One of them, the New England Patriots, will visit America’s Finest City on Oct. 24, providing what is sure to be one of the year’s toughest tickets. Quarterback Tom Brady will attempt to match Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and the potent San Diego offense in what could be a classic matchup.
    San Diego will face the best running back in the NFL last season when Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans march into Qualcomm Stadium on Halloween Day Oct. 31 during Week 8 of the season. Johnson set an NFL record last year with 2,509 yards.
    One of the biggest reasons why the Chargers have been a staple in the playoffs five of the last six seasons is their dominance inside the AFC West. They’ll face a big test Nov. 22 against rival Denver. Rookie Tim Tebow may or may not play at quarterback, but a defense with names like Elvis Dumervil and Champ Bailey will add plenty of flavor to the matchup.
    The divisional rivalries will continue two weeks later as the Oakland Raiders visit Dec. 5. Former Washington Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell will give the offense a steady presence and first-round pick Rolando McClain could be in a tight contest with Mathews for the division’s best rookie.
    The Raiders game also is Alumni Weekend. Former Chargers greats from the last 50 years will return to Qualcomm Stadium.
    Kansas City will give the Chargers their third division rival in four weeks when they tangle with the Bolts on Dec. 12. Running backs Thomas Jones and Jamaal Charles will spearhead a blossoming ground game as San Diego’s offensive line will work to keep Tamba Hali, one of the NFL’s best pass rushers, away from Rivers.
    The San Francisco 49ers represent the last home regular season game of 2010 when they’re in town for a special Thursday night matchup on Dec. 16. The game could match the top two teams on the West Coast. One of the best tight end showcases of the year will pit Antonio Gates opposite Vernon Davis.
    Season tickets are available as well at Chargers.com and the ticket office, which is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, or by calling 1-877-CHARGERS.
  2. Johnny Lightning

    Johnny Lightning Go Bolts

    Feb 7, 2006
    Broadcasters named for MNF in K.C.

    July, 26, 2010
    By Bill Williamson

    ESPN has announced that Brad Nessler and Trent Dilfer will call the Sept. 13 "Monday Night Football" game in Kansas City when the Chiefs host San Diego.

    The game, which kicks off at 10:15 ET, will showcase the newly renovated Arrowhead Stadium. It will be the first "Monday Night Football" game in Kansas City since 2004. The game follows the Baltimore-Jets game as part of ESPN’s Monday night-opening-weekend doubleheader.
  3. Carlsbad_Bolt_Fan

    Carlsbad_Bolt_Fan Well-Known Member

    Jun 25, 2006
    Nessler was part of the crew that called the MNF opener vs the Raiders when Rivers made his first start. He's good.
  4. MasterOfPuppets

    MasterOfPuppets Charger fan since 1979

    Aug 8, 2006
    I'll be working during the season opener :tdown:

    although I might catch a cold or something that day :yes:
  5. Pointyearedog

    Pointyearedog I only put idiots on ignore...

    Aug 19, 2008
    Just a sidenote, the single game tickets are available to season ticket holders several days earlier than the 31st of July. So, if you know a season ticket holder, you can contact them to get the good seats earlier than the rest of the crowd... I'm just saying... Go Bolts!!!

    Pointy :icon_twisted:

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