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San Diego Stadium was an outdoor large venue in San Diego. The venue opened in 1967, closed in 2020 and was formerly used for American football.

Naming History

  • San Diego Stadium (1967-1981)
  • Jack Murphy Stadium (1981-1997)
  • Qualcomm Stadium (1997-2017)
  • SDCCU Stadium (2017-2020)

Tenants and Events

Tenant League Served as Start End Usage Origin Fate
Boston Patriots American Football League Low minority home venue 1967-68 1967-68 Regular season games:
One game (1967-68)
Adopted as alternate site Ceased being an alternate site
San Diego Chargers American Football League (1967-68--1969-70)
National Football League (1970-71--2016-17)
Sole home venue (1967-68--2002-03)
Great majority home venue (2003-04)
Sole home venue (2004-05--2016-17)
1967-68 2016-17 Regular season games:
Seven games per season (1967-68--1977-78)
Eight games per season (1978-79--1981-82)
Four games (1982-83)
Eight games per season (1983-84--1986-87)
Seven games (1987-88)
Eight games per season (1988-89--2002-03)
Seven games (2003-04)
Eight games per season (2004-05--2016-17)
Total regular season games:
383 games
Postseason games:
11 games
Total games:
394 games
Moved from Balboa Stadium (1914) Moved to Dignity Health Sports Park Main Stadium, Carson, California as Los Angeles Chargers