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LOS ANGELES – The National Football League unveiled its complete schedule for the 2021 season on last week, but since we announced we are now the radio home for the Los Angeles Chargers, we figured today would be a great time to go over the upcoming season schedule.

The Chargers open the regular season on Sunday, Sept. 12 at Washington. The Bolts will open SoFi Stadium to fans for the first time in Week 2 against the Dallas Cowboys.

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 Los Angeles is slated to host three prime time contests for the first time since playing five such games at home in 2008, with the Bolts going 4-1 in those matchups. The Chargers close out the season at Las Vegas, marking the second-straight year — and 14th time ever — the team has the season opener and finale on the road.

With a record of 34-27 in season openers, the Chargers face off with Washington in an opener for the third time in history and the first since a 30-3 victory to kick off the 2001 season. Los Angeles has won the last two season openers and has won four of the last five matchups in the series with Washington. The game marks just the second season opener on the road for the Bolts against an NFC squad in the last 30 years.

Los Angeles will safely welcome fans to SoFi Stadium for the first time in the regular season in Week 2 against Dallas, the club’s second home opener in history against the Cowboys. The Bolts look to build on their three-game winning streak against the Cowboys, having most recently defeated Dallas at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day of 2017.

Week 3 features Los Angeles’ first divisional matchup of the season, with the Bolts traveling to Kansas City. The game will be the 50th bout ever between the two teams at the newly-named GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. The Bolts’ win in Week 17 last year in the finale of quarterback Justin Herbert’s record-breaking Offensive Rookie of the Year campaign gave them two victories at Kansas City over the last three seasons.

One week later, the Chargers make their prime time debut at SoFi Stadium, hosting the Raiders on ESPN’s Monday Night Football for the first time since a 22-14 victory in 2012. The 2021 season will mark the third-straight year for Los Angeles with a prime-time matchup against the Raiders. Last year on Thursday Night Football, Los Angeles mounted a second-half comeback victory at Las Vegas that Justin Herbert capped with a game-winning rushing touchdown in overtime.

 The Chargers then square off with a pair of AFC North opponents leading into the bye week, hosting Cleveland in Week 5 before flying across the country to play at Baltimore. Los Angeles is 17-9-1 all-time against the Browns, including 8-4 when hosting Cleveland. The Chargers last played at Baltimore in the 2018 postseason, winning the AFC Wild Card matchup after the Bolts defense posted seven sacks and registered three takeaways.

 Los Angeles has its bye in Week 7, the first time since 2012 that the Bolts have a scheduled bye prior to the midway point of a season (not counting 2020’s rescheduled Week 6 bye). The Chargers return home after the bye to host New England before making another cross-country flight to Philadelphia. The Nov. 7 matchup will be the first for the Bolts in the City of Brotherly Love since a 2013 three-point win.

In Week 10, the Chargers play host to Minnesota in the first year of the expanded, 17-game schedule format. Los Angeles then hosts its second prime-time game of the year, this time against Pittsburgh on Sunday Night Football. The Bolts won a road Sunday Night matchup against the Steelers in 2018, coming back from a 16-point deficit in the second half to win, 33-30.

The Bolts kick off the first of two consecutive road game in Denver on Nov. 28 before heading to Cincinnati for the second time in as many seasons. Los Angeles won the 2020 season opener against the Bengals, 16-13, and holds a 21-14 all-time advantage in the regular-season series. The Chargers then return home in Week 14, looking to extend their four-game winning streak against the New York Giants.

Los Angeles will showcase SoFi Stadium — host site of Super Bowl LVI — for a national audience in prime time for the third time of the season on Thursday Night Football against division-rival Kansas City. It’s the fourth matchup between the teams on a Thursday, with the Chargers winning each of the last two bouts to hold a 2-1 advantage.

For the only time in 2021, the Chargers will head to the Lone Star State in Week 16 for the eighth-ever matchup with the Houston Texans. Los Angeles has a 5-2 advantage in the all-time series, including a 3-0 record when playing on the road.

Los Angeles closes out the home schedule by hosting Denver in Week 17 on Sunday, Jan. 2. The Chargers also faced the Broncos in last season’s home finale, defeating Denver 19-16. The Bolts have a home record of 35-26 against Denver, scoring at least 20 points in 10 of the last 15 matchups.

The regular season concludes at Allegiant Stadium with the Bolts facing the Raiders on Sunday, Jan. 9. The Chargers look to win at Las Vegas for the second-straight season after last year’s come-from-behind overtime victory. It’s the first Bolts season finale against the Raiders since posting a 30-10 win at home in 2017.

In addition to the 2021 regular-season schedule announcement, Los Angeles’ preseason opponents have also been finalized with the team slated to play three NFC West teams. The Bolts open the preseason as the road team against the Rams at SoFi Stadium for the 38th preseason meeting between the teams. The Chargers won the last preseason matchup with the Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 2017, 21-19, and hold a 19-18 all-time advantage in the preseason.

The Bolts host San Francisco — the Chargers’ most frequent preseason opponent — in Week 2 of the preseason for the first time since 2016. Los Angeles has posted 22 wins against the 49ers, the team’s most wins against a single preseason opponent, and is riding a two-game winning streak.

Los Angeles heads north to face Seattle for the third and final preseason game. The Bolts have squared off against the Seahawks 17 times in the preseason. The matchup marks the first preseason game between the two to take place in the Pacific Northwest since 2014.