Los Angeles Chargers Suites

SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
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Upcoming Events

  • Preseason: Los Angeles Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    5 Suites Available
    From $7,000 to $14,519
    from $7,000

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. Dallas Cowboys

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    5 Suites Available
    From $24,500 to $37,875
    from $24,500

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. Las Vegas Raiders

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    3 Suites Available
    From $25,000 to $31,563
    from $25,000

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. Cleveland Browns

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    4 Suites Available
    From $16,500 to $27,775
    from $16,500

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. New England Patriots

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    4 Suites Available
    From $23,988 to $26,513
    from $23,988

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. Minnesota Vikings

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    4 Suites Available
    From $15,751 to $25,250
    from $15,751

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    4 Suites Available
    From $18,500 to $30,300
    from $18,500

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. New York Giants

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    5 Suites Available
    From $17,500 to $26,513
    from $17,500

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    5 Suites Available
    From $29,669 to $38,000
    from $29,669

  • Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos

    SoFi Stadium, Inglewood CA
    5 Suites Available
    From $15,000 to $24,619
    from $15,000

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  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
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Los Angeles Chargers Suite Prices and Details

How much do Los Angeles Chargers suites cost?

Los Angeles Chargers luxury suites will cost between $14,000-$30,000 on average. Chargers luxury boxes will vary in price based on the day of the week, who the opponent is and the suite type and location within SoFi Stadium. The most expensive suites for Chargers games will Executive Suites.

How many guests can fit in a Chargers suite?

Los Angeles Chargers luxury box capacities vary on the suite level. The smallest suites are the Perch Suites, which hold 8 guests. The Executive Suites, Patio Suites, Terrace Suites and Field Cabanas will hold 18-36 people. The largest Chargers suite option at SoFi Stadium will be the Stage Suites.

Suite Levels at SoFi Stadium

Field Cabana

16-24 Tickets
4 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Party Suite

32-44 Tickets
6 Parking
Catering Available

Patio Suite

20-26 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Perch Suite

8 Tickets
2 Parking
Catering Available

Stage Suite

38 Tickets
8 Parking
Catering Available

Terrace Suite

28-36 Tickets
6 Parking
Catering Available

Executive Suite

20-38 Tickets
4-7 Parking
Catering Available

Bungalow Suite

12 Tickets
4 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

SoFi Stadium Event Planning Guide

Safety and Well-being

The Los Angeles Chargers announced that the 2020 season will be played without spectators at SoFi Stadium until further notice. The staff is working tirelessly to get the stadium safe and ready should the state permit fans later in the season.

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Chargers Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The Los Angeles Chargers housewarming party kickoffs in 2020. The Chargers will open the doors to their new venue, SoFi Stadium. Located in Inglewood, California, SoFi Stadium will be home to the Chargers as well as the Los Angeles Rams. The state-of-art stadium is certainly an upgrade from a year ago and with 7 different suite experiences, Chargers fans will have plenty of opportunities to explore luxury in a whole new way. Starting with luxury suites closest to the field and working our way up, here is a rundown on each option:

Field Cabanas: LA Chargers Field Cabanas will put you closer to the players than any option. Field Cabanas are located on each sideline and will include 20-24 tickets. For a Chargers game, these suites are all-inclusive as part of the Field Club experience.

Bungalows: Located in the North end zone, the... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Los Angeles Chargers were road warriors in 2018, racking up victories against winning teams like Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Seattle, and Baltimore. The Bolts are hoping some more success at home in their final season in Carson will bring the franchise to unprecedented heights.

Phillip Rivers, 37, turned in one of the best seasons of his long career, throwing for over 4,300 yards and 32 touchdowns, against only 12 interceptions. Pro Bowl running back Melvin Gordon rushed for 10 touchdowns and was a threat out of the backfield, catching 50 passes for nearly 500 yards. Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, and Travis Benjamin all return as pass-catching threats for Rivers.

On defense, the Bolts are banking on the return to health of defensive end Joey Bosa, who only played the final seven games of 2018 after being out until November with a foot injury.

Despite a 12-4 record, the Chargers lost the AFC West via tiebreaker, which eventually led them to paying a visit to New England in the second round of the playoffs. The Chargers were down 38-7 in the third quarter and were soundly defeated. Head coach Anthony Lynn says he’s obsessed over the game film to make sure there isn’t a repeat in 2019.

“My goodness, if you put yourself in that position and you don’t succeed, you better learn something – you better get something out of it,” Lynn said this offseason.

This will be the Chargers’ last season in the intimate confines of what is now known as Dignity Health Sports Park (formerly the StubHub Center) in Carson, capacity 27,000. Despite the smaller capacity compared to all other NFL stadiums, there are prime luxury seating options at Chargers games. Suites have both inside and outside seating, and you can also enjoy the game from the end zone field club, which includes an all-inclusive premium bar and access to pregame warmups.

On the field, the Chargers will have to contend with AFC West opponents Kansas City, Oakland, and Denver, accounting for six of their 16 games. The non-division home games are against Indianapolis, Houston, Pittsburgh (Sunday night game), Green Bay, and Minnesota (Sunday night game). Away games outside the AFC West are at Detroit, Miami, Tennessee, Chicago, and Jacksonville.

The Los Angeles Chargers finished last season on a high note after starting 0-4. The Chargers will look to build upon their winning record (9-7) in 2017. If all goes according to plan, they should be a playoff team this year. The Chargers will play at least one more season in the Stubhub Center in Carson, CA as they wait for their permanent stadium, Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park, to be completed. Quarterback Philip Rivers returns for his 15th season in the NFL and he will be surrounded by plenty of talent on both sides of the ball. The Chargers return 6 pro-bowlers, including wide receiver Keenan Allen, Rivers’ favorite offensive weapon. Last season, Allen had three straight games with 10+ receptions; he is a sure-handed possession receiver and one of the most underrated receivers in the game. Third year running back Melvin Gordon has improved every year in the league and he gives the Chargers a respectable running game. The Chargers added Pro-Bowl center Mike Pouncey and former first round pick, guard Forrest Lamp, should return from injury. The Chargers are counting on a healthy season from another former first round pick, wide receiver Mike Williams. If Williams plays to his potential, he’ll give Rivers an elite deep threat. All-in-all, the Chargers have many exciting pieces to work with on offense.

Defensively, the Chargers return an underrated unit. The Chargers have impact players at every important position, specifically pass rush. Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram are Pro-Bowlers and have the potential to dominate offenses this season. In the secondary, Casey Hayward returns as an All-Pro cornerback. The Chargers pass rush is strong, but they will need to improve their run defense to have a truly elite unit.

The Chargers have all the pieces to make a deep playoff run this season. If Rivers continues to play well and the run defense can improve, expect the Chargers to contend for the AFC west and shock some people in 2018.

There are 43 suites at the StubHub Center which has a capacity of only 30,000. The Stubhub Center, primarily used for MLS soccer, is the smallest venue in the NFL. Suite access at the Stubhub Center is extremely limited. All suites have an intimate view of the playing field. The Stubhub Center will continue to be the temporary home of the LA Chargers as they await completion of their permanent stadium in Englewood, CA in 2020.

Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park: Scheduled to open in 2020, this state-of-the-art stadium will be home to both the Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams. Los Angeles Stadium is located in Inglewood, CA, and will occupy land that was formerly the Hollywood Racetrack. Following the trend of many new venues, Los Angeles Stadium will be part of a larger business and entertainment disctrict. The surrounding area will feature business parks, condominiums, restaurants, and shopping. The Los Angeles Stadium will have a capacity of 70,000 fans for football games with the ability to expand to 100,000 for other major events. The stadium will have 60-70 luxury suites once complete and the playing surface will be artificial turf.