Qualcomm Stadium

April 9, 2009

Qualcomm Stadium is located at 9449 Friars Rd, San Diego, CA. Get Qualcomm Stadium, venue details and event information at CitrusTickets.com. Click here for map and directions to Qualcomm Stadium.

Qualcomm Stadium tickets

EventVenue Date/Time
X Fest: Phoenix, Empire of The Sun & Bob MosesQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Sunday
6/11/2017
2:30 PM
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Nitro CircusQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Saturday
6/17/2017
6:00 PM
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CONCACAF Gold Cup: Group C - Mexico vs. El Salvador & Curacao vs. JamaicaQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Sunday
7/9/2017
TBD
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Vans Warped TourQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Saturday
8/5/2017
11:00 AM
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San Diego State Aztecs vs. UC Davis AggiesQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Saturday
9/2/2017
5:30 PM
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San Diego State Aztecs vs. Stanford CardinalQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Saturday
9/16/2017
7:30 PM
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San Diego State Aztecs vs. Northern Illinois HuskiesQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Saturday
9/30/2017
7:30 PM
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ColdplayQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Sunday
10/8/2017
7:00 PM
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San Diego State Aztecs vs. Boise State BroncosQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Saturday
10/14/2017
7:30 PM
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San Diego State Aztecs vs. Fresno State BulldogsQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Saturday
10/21/2017
7:30 PM
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San Diego State Aztecs vs. Nevada Wolf PackQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Saturday
11/18/2017
7:30 PM
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San Diego State Aztecs vs. New Mexico LobosQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Friday
11/24/2017
12:30 PM
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Holiday BowlQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
Wednesday
12/27/2017
TBD
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About Qualcomm Stadium

Qualcomm Stadium is home to the San Diego Chargers and also home 2 NCAA College Bowl games, the Poinsettia Bowl and the Holiday Bowl, which are both held annually.

August 20, 1967: The San Diego Chargers played their first game in the newly completed San Diego Stadium. Formerly the Los Angeles Chargers, owner Barron Hilton had been convinced by local sports writer Jack Murphy to move the team from the LA Coliseum to San Diego.

In 1984, the Stadium was expanded to nearly 61,000 seats and 50 suites were added at cost of $9.1 million.

In 1997, the Stadium was expanded again when 10,500 seats, 34 suites, 4 Club Lounges, upgraded food service and two video boards were added. The total cost was $78 million, which also included a new practice facility for the Chargers.

The original name of the Stadium was San Diego Stadium. When Jack Murphy died on September 24, 1980 then Mayor Pete Wilson and the City Council voted to rename it San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium. The voters officially approved the name change later that year.

After the 1997 renovation, the name changed again. Qualcomm a local telecommunication company agreed to pay the City $18 million to complete the expansion project. In return the name changed to Qualcomm Stadium. The current naming rights deal expires in 2017.

2009 Qualcomm Stadium Events

San Diego Chargers Regular Season Games, San Diego Chargers Playoff games, the Holiday Bowl and the Poinsettia Bowl will be at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA.

2009 Qualcomm Stadium Tickets on Sale

San Diego Chargers Regular Season tickets, San Diego Chargers Playoff tickets, the Holiday Bowl tickets and the Poinsettia Bowl tickets are on sale at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA.

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