So much change for the
has transpired this month, between the New Year’s Day dismissal of Mike McCoy as head coach, the Jan. 12 relocation from San Diego to Los Angeles and the Jan. 13 official hiring of Anthony Lynn as McCoy’s replacement. cheap Chargers jerseys
The team’s uniforms will not follow suit.
Not yet, anyway.
Chargers running back Melvin Gordon runs for a first down in the first quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Qualcomm Stadium on Dec. 4, 2016. (Photo by K.C. Alfred/San Diego Union-Tribune) (K.C. Alfred)
No immediate changes will be made to the Chargers’ game-day attire, a team official said this week. During the next two seasons, the same
wholesale jerseys donned in San Diego will be worn at the StubHub Center in Carson. There appears chance of a jersey change thereafter; the source did not rule out the possibility, characterizing the decision as having yet to be finalized.
In 2019, the Chargers will move into a $2.6 billion stadium they’ll share with the Los Angeles Rams in Inglewood. So, a jersey change then would coincide with a new state-of-the-art facility should the franchise elect to do so.
Its current jersey features a number of variations, including a powder-blue alternate home jersey worn twice a season. The Chargers also have worn all white in their home opener during each of the past five years.
Their standard, current look is a
navy blue jersey and white pants for home games and visa versa on the road. They don a white helmet with a yellow lightning bolt arched across it, the logo outlined in powder blue and navy blue.
This look will remain.
At least, for now.