San Diego will field a team for the new Alliance of American Football league


San Diego is getting a new professional football team.

More than a year after the Chargers skipped town to play in Los Angeles, the Alliance of American Football (AAF) announced San Diego will be the sixth franchise in the new league.

The team doesn’t have a name yet (feel free to suggest some in the comments), but it does have a coach: former Rams head coach, Mike Martz.

The AAF will begin play and an 8-team league in February 2019, according to NBC 7. The San Diego team will play its home games at San Diego County Credit Union Stadium.

Not many details have been released as far as tickets go, but the Union Tribune notes field level seats between the 20s will go for $35.

Other cities announced for the league include Atlanta, Memphis, Orlando, Phoenix, and Salt Lake City.

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