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November 06, 2014
Qualcomm signs on as naming rights partner for Qualcomm Stadium

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Qualcomm StadiumThe Q, The MurphFormer namesSan Diego Stadium (1967–1980)San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium (1980–1997)Qualcomm Stadium (1997–present)Location9449 Friars RoadSan Diego, California 92108United StatesCoordinates32°46′59″N 117°7′10″W / 32.78306°N 117.11944°W / 32.78306; -117.11944Coordinates: 32°46′59″N 117°7′10″W / 32.78306°N 117.11944°W / 32.78306; -117.11944Public transitQualcomm Stadium StationOwnerCity of San DiegoOperatorCity of San DiegoCapacity70,561 Football67,544 BaseballField sizeLeft field330 (1969), 327 (1982)Left-center & Right-center375 (1969), 370 (1982)Center field420 (1969), 410 (1973), 420 (1978), 405 (1982)Right field330 (1969), 327 (1982), 330 (1996)Backstop80 feet (1969), 75 (1982)SurfaceGrassConstructionBroke groundDecember 18, 1965[1]OpenedAugust 20, 1967Construction cost$27.75 million($196 million in 2015 dollars[2])ArchitectFrank L. Hope and Associates[1]General contractorRobertson/Larsen/Donovan[1]TenantsSan Diego Chargers (AFL/NFL) (1967–present)San Diego Padres (MLB) (1969–2003)Holiday Bowl (NCAA) (1978–present)Poinsettia Bowl (NCAA) (2005–present)San Diego State Aztecs football (NCAA) (1967–present)San Diego Padres (PCL) (1968)San Diego Sockers (NASL) (1978–1984)San Diego Jaws (NASL) (1976)
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