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Los Angeles Chargers announce sellout of season tickets

Philip Rivers

The Los Angeles Chargers have announced a sellout of their season tickets for the 2019 NFL season.

Pro Football Talk’s Charean Williams confirmed the development on June 19.

The Chargers announced Wednesday that they have sold out season tickets for the team’s final season at Dignity Health Sports Park. Yes, it shouldn’t be that hard to do since the stadium seats less than 30,000.

The Chargers have put individual game tickets on sale to the public, but fewer than 1,000 per game remain.

The question is: How many fans from other teams will be on hand each week? That was the problem the Chargers faced last season in not having a true home-field advantage.

The franchise will move into the LA Stadium at Hollywood Park beginning in the 2020 NFL season.

According to the Chargers’ official website, the stadium can accommodate as many as 70,000 people. That’s more than twice the capacity of Dignity Health Sports Park. Hopefully, that can give the Chargers the home field advantage they need.

The team’s new stadium “will be the first-ever, completely covered, open-air stadium with a clear view of the sky,” per Chargers.com.

Williams says the team began selling suites and general seating tickets to fans last month. She adds, “More than 26,000 seats in the new stadium have tickets priced between $50 and $90 per seat per game with an associated, one-time stadium-seat license payment of $100 per seat.”

Will the franchise continue selling out their season tickets once they move in to their new home? It should be interesting to find out.