Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness with the San Diego Chargers

Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

The San Diego Chargers sent out an announcement stating that they have less then 3,000 tickets for the teams nationally televised contest against the Denver Broncos and their starting quarterback, Peyton Manning, on Monday night, Oct. 15.

But, this will not just be a simple game, as it will be considered a battle for which team will be on top of the AFC West come Tuesday morning. If the battle for the top of its conference is not enough to want to attend the game, it’s also the Chargers annual breast cancer awareness game.  Fans will receive pink ribbons and information cards from members of Zeta Tau Alpha (ZTA) sorority, as well as a Chargers breast cancer awareness car magnet, presented by UC San Diego Health System. So, fans of both teams will be able to enjoy a great matchup as well as support a good cause.

Also, during halftime of Monday’s game, PGA Tour star Phil Mickelson will attempt a $1 million “KPMG Chip4Charity” shot. At stake for the 100-yard shot is as much as $1 million for First Book, a non-profit organization which provides new books for children in need.  Mickelson will be at one end zone, aiming for a target in the other end zone, which will have a green ($50,000/20,000 books) and three rings ranging from $100,000/40,000 books (outermost ring) to $1 million/400,000 books (bulls eye center ring).

It’s not looking to bright for Chargers fans, as more than 12,500 tickets are still available for the Chargers vs Kansas City Chiefs game on Nov. 1,  If you act now, fans are sure to find a wide range of outstanding seat locations and prices.  Several hundred Club seats – some of the best seats in the stadium – also are available. The Chargers, have had one game this season blacked out at home as well as a preseason game. Will the next game be broadcast on TV for the Southern California audience?

Tickets for all games may be purchased by logging onto the official website of the San Diego Chargers or by calling 1-800-745-3000 or visiting the Chargers Ticket Office located at Gate C at Qualcomm Stadium.  The Chargers’ ticket office is open weekdays 8-5 pm and Saturday 10-4 pm.


Around the Web