|Location||San Diego, United States of America|
|Capacity||70,561 (Football, Chargers), 67,544 (Baseball), 54,000 (Football, Aztecs)|
The SDCCU Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium located in San Diego, California, United States. On August 20, 1967, the site was inaugurated as San Diego Stadium after one year of construction, specially designed by renowned architecture firm Frank L. Hope and Associates. It was known as Jack Murphy Stadium from 1981 to 1997. From 1997 to 2017, the rights to the stadium's name belonged to San Diego-based telecommunications equipment company Qualcomm, and the stadium was called Qualcomm Stadium. On June 14, 2017, the naming rights expired and were acquired by the San Diego County Credit Union, renaming it SDCCU Stadium on September 19, 2017. San Diego Stadium demolition began in August 2020, and the last free-standing section demolished by March 22 2021. It was the home of the San Diego State University football team San Diego State Aztecs. It was also the home of two professional teams before: the San Diego Chargers of the NFL (National Football League) and the San Diego Padres of MLB (Major League Baseball). The San Diego Sockers of the NASL (North American Soccer League) played at the arena from 1978 to 1983. The demolition of SDCCU Stadium began in August 2020, and the last free-standing section was demolished by March 22, 2021.
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