Here is a great link for some of the younger Chargers fans that shows some of the great history this storied franchise has had. I definately recommend checking this site out.
The Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers were one of the elements that helped make the American Football League the genesis of modern professional football. Their only coach for the ten year life of the AFL was Sid Gillman, a Hall of Famer who forced his competition to try to field as professional a product as the Chargers. With stars such as Lance Alworth, Paul Lowe, Keith Lincoln and John Hadl, the Chargers' offense struck fear into the hearts of AFL defenders. The Chargers also played defense, as indicated by their professional football record 49 pass interceptions in 1961. The term "Fearsome Foursome" was first applied to the Chargers' defensive front four of Ron Nery, Bill Hudson, Ernie Ladd, and Earl Faison. The Chargers franchise appeared in the first two American Football League Championship games and five altogether, winning the AFL title in 1963 with a 51 - 10 thumping of the Boston Patriots. AND the Chargers had the best uniforms in the history of pro football.