Dangerous Intersection V 7″ (Clear Vinyl) – The professional American football crew was now generally known as the Los Angeles Chargers beforehand played in San Diego because the San Diego Chargers from 1961 to 2017 earlier than relocating again to Los Angeles the place the workforce performed their inaugural season. The Chargers franchise relocated from Los Angeles to San Diego in 1961. The Chargers’ first house sport in San Diego was at Balboa Stadium towards the Oakland Raiders on September 17, 1961. Their final game as a San Diego-based club was performed at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego at the end of the 2016 season towards the Kansas City Chiefs, who defeated them 37–27.
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Chargers Hall of Fame
The San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame was based in 1976. The members of the Hall of Fame are honored at the Chargers’ “Ring of Honor”, founded in 2000. Eligible candidates will need to have been retired for at least four seasons. Selections for admission to the Hall of Fame are made by a five-member committee chaired by Spanos. The Chargers in 2012 allowed followers to vote for the most recent member.
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In 2009, the Chargers announced their 50th Anniversary Team. It honored the top players and coaches within the group’s history. The workforce included 53 gamers and coaches chosen from 103 nominees. Online voting accounted for fifty percent (400,000 votes) of the results.
The the rest were from members of the Chargers Hall of Fame and 5 members of the local media. Dan Fouts and LaDainian Tomlinson had been the preferred gamers. The resulting group included seven members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and eleven players from the 2009 Chargers’ group.
San Diego Hall of Champions
The San Diego Hall of Champions consists of Lance Alworth, Ron Mix, John Hadl, Charlie Joiner, Don Coryell, Sid Gillman, Gary Garrison, Dan Fouts, Ed White, Kellen Winslow, Earl Faison, Rolf Benirschke, Keith Lincoln, Russ Washington, Stan Humphries, Ernie Ladd, and Doug Wilkerson. The Hall of Champions admits athletes from the San Diego area as well as those that have performed for San Diego-based skilled and collegiate teams.