Today, the NFL released the schedules of all 32 teams, including the LA Chargers — who are playing their first season away from San Diego in 57 years.
The Chargers are also going to be playing their home games at the StubHub Center until the new stadium is built in the next couple of seasons.
Plan Accordingly. #FightForLA pic.twitter.com/A9jj71AMnJ— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) April 21, 2017
The Charges’ first home game for this upcoming season will be against the Miami Dolphins on September 17th, with kickoff scheduled 1:05 PM PST.
Other home games of note include Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, and Washington Redskins which occur on October 22nd, December 10th, and December 31st — the last game of the season — respectively.
#LAChargers will play the day after 3 #LAGalaxy Games:— Corner Of The Galaxy (@GalaxyPodcast) April 21, 2017
8.12 LAG vs NYCFC
9.16 LAG vs TFC
9.30 LAG vs RSL
There will also be three games this season where the Chargers will play the day after the Galaxy, two of which, happen in September.
The big question going into the latter part of the Galaxy campaign will be the condition of the pitch. How is the field going to hold up with so much happening on it? Is it going to be choppy? Or will the groundskeepers be able keep the playing surface in tip-top shape?