Today, you can find Los Angeles Charger coloring pages here. These coloring pages are ready to print. Please choose the pictures you love and color them.
Los Angeles Chargers is an American professional soccer team that plays in the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL).
Free Los Angeles Charger Coloring Pages
The Chargers are based in the Greater Angels area and have appeared in one Super Bowl (Year nineteen hundred and ninety-five).
The current Los Angeles Chargers logo is from 2020 and is very different, with a yellow zigzag stripe with a blue outline.
In 1974, the team was still called the San Diego Chargers. The emblem lost one of its outer outlines. The border of the logo became thicker.
The Los Angeles Chargers were formed in 1959 with seven other American Football League teams. In 1960, the Chargers began AFL games in Los Angeles.
The original owner of the Chargers was hotel heir Barron Hilton, the son of the founder of Hilton Hotels, Conrad Hilton.
The Chargers initially considered playing in the Rose Bowl but signed a lease to play in the Los Angeles Coliseum.
In 1960, the Chargers began AFL play in Los Angeles; Barron Hilton and Conrad Hilton unveiled the Chargers’ uniforms, which included blue and gold with lightning bolts on the sides of helmets and pants, at a cocktail party at Hilton’s Santa Monica residence.
Players Jack Kemp and Ron Mix modeled the new uniforms. On the field, the Chargers overcame a 20-7 deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Dallas Texans 21-20 in front of 17,724 people at the LA Coliseum in the opening game.
A crowd of 9,928 at the LA Coliseum watched the Chargers lead the Denver Broncos 41-33 to win the AFL Western Division title.
American Broadcasting Company (ABC) owned the television rights and broadcast essential games.
On January 1, a crowd of 32,183 at Jeppesen Stadium and a national television audience saw the Houston Oilers defeat the Chargers 24-16 in the AFL championship game.