The NFL should Have Scheduled the Raiders/Chargers Game on Halloween!
Every year the Chargers and Raiders face each other, hundreds of fans from both teams engage in fighting behavior in the parking lot and inside each team's stadium. Every year is the same...several fans get hurt each year. The San Diego Police Department won't give exact numbers, but it always staffs Chargers-Raiders football games with more officers than normal than at the Chargers other home games.
The Chargers started a fan conduct policy in 2006. Under the code, which is posted in several locations inside the stadium, fans can be ejected and season ticket holders can be ejected or lose season ticket accounts for unruly behavior. Offenses include drunkenness, obscene language or gestures, fighting, smoking outside designated areas, scalping tickets and throwing objects onto the field.