Chargers Fight for Downtown Location

Chargers Fight for Downtown Location
Posted on February 29, 2016 by The Anderson Estates

There has been quiet a bit of commotion about NFL teams The Chargers and The Rams. Both have been in the news about moving to a new stadium coming to Los Angeles. Since the stadium will take a while to work out and build, The San Diego Chargers work on where they will settle for now in San Diego. 

“The San Diego Chargers announced Tuesday that they’ll pursue a stadium project in downtown San Diego, in conjunction with a planned expansion of the convention center, with the aim of placing a citizen’s initiative on the November general election ballot. In making their decision, team officials rejected city and county of San Diego offers to build a new facility next to existing Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley. 

National Football League owners voted to let the Rams return to Los Angeles, and rejected a joint proposal by the Chargers and Oakland Raiders to build a stadium in Carson. The Chargers, which have a one-year option to be the second team, along with the Rams, in a future stadium in Inglewood, subsequently announced they would play the 2016 season in San Diego while trying to find a local solution to the stadium quandary.” 

All the details here: http://timesofsandiego.com/politics/2016/02/23/chargers-reject-mission-valley-seek-downtown-stadium/ 

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