Chargers to Practice Under the Lights During Training Camp

With four nationally televised primetime games scheduled in 2019, the Los Angeles Chargers are getting a head start under the lights during training camp.

The team announced Tuesday that they’ll be holding a “Monday Night Football” practice on August 12 from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. at Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa. Fans can register for free tickets here.

The summer evening practice comes in advance of a regular season that features the Chargers center stage on several different networks.

Los Angeles plays a pair of “Sunday Night Football” home games on NBC this season from ROKiT Field at Dignity Health Sports Park: Week 6 vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers and Week 15 vs. the Minnesota Vikings.

In Week 10, the Chargers travel to Oakland for “Thursday Night Football” against the Raiders on Fox and NFL Network. The Bolts head to Mexico City the following week for a matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football”– L.A.’s second international game in as many seasons.

Thirteen training camp practices are open to the public starting on Thursday, July 25. Other highlights include a joint practice with the Rams on Thursday, August 1 and a pair of joint practices on Thursday, August 15 and Friday, August 16 against the New Orleans Saints.

Each open date provides an opportunity for fans of all ages to high-five players before practice, receive autographs after practice, meet the Charger Girls and alumni, and participate in a variety of activities. Fan can also learn more about the Chargers’ new home – L.A. Stadium at Hollywood Park – opening in 2020.

Visit chargers.com/camp for details.

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