American Football outfit San Diego Chargers will continue to play at the Qualcomm Stadium in 2015, it has been confirmed.
The Chargers have opted not to exercise its right to terminate the lease of the venue, and will continue to play there for at least another season.
Since 2007, the franchise has had the right to pull out of a deal to play at the stadium between February and May every year, but they remain put and are seeking a future alternative.
One option could be to move to a Los Angeles based facility, as they look to fulfil ambitions of building a ‘Superbowl quality’ arena.
Mark Fabiani, special counsel to Chargers president Dean Spanos and the team's stadium consultant, said: "The team will not be exercising the lease termination clause and will keep working to find a publicly acceptable way to build a Super Bowl quality stadium in San Diego.
"Calendar year 2015 will constitute the team's 14th year of work on a San Diego stadium solution."
Posted on 17/12/2014