July 26, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates (85) laughs during training camp at Charger Park. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

San Diego Chargers Preseason Schedule Announced


The opponents for the Chargers preseason schedule had already been announced earlier in the month, but the date and time of each game has just been officially announced to the public today. The Chargers will open up their preseason schedule against the Dallas Cowboys at Qualcomm on Thursday, August 7 and the game will be played at 7pm.

In the following week, the Chargers will head north to face the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. The game will be played on Friday, August 15 at 7pm.

The 3rd preseason game will be played in the new San Francisco stadium against the 49ers on Sunday, August 24th and will be played on National Television on Fox Sports at 1pm.

The preseason will close up against the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday, Aug. 28 at 7:00pm.

The preseason schedule is set. We should hear about the regular season schedule very soon. Then we will get the NFL Draft right after that. Things are getting closer. We are almost there.

 

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  • Russell Van Driel

    not close enough.

  • Loco Bravo

    Buy season seats or make your third payment by Wednesday (4/23) if you are a REAL supporter of my Bolts.

    • Stefanie Smith

      lol. The REAL supporters are also working people with kids and dental bills. Season tickets cost a bundle and family priorities come first.

      • Loco Bravo

        I agree; if you get a new stadium you will also get PSL’s * and even old guy’s like me having season seats for 36 years will not have enough $ to pay for the exorbitant new added price of just one game.

        * PSL’s = personal seat license fees; just another way to extract more cash from us hard working folks.
        ** The NFL is pricing itself out of the market.