The Chargers ended their lease with the city of San Diego for both Qualcomm Stadium and Chargers Park on Wednesday by paying the city an early termination fee of $12.575 million dollars.
The Chargers have until July 31, 2017 to vacate the premises of Chargers Park.
The team plans to use a temporary headquarters in Costa Mesa before playing the coming 2017-18 NFL season at the StubHub Center, which currently serves as the Major League Soccer home of the Los Angeles Galaxy.
The early termination notice was expected when the team announced it was moving to Los Angeles in early January.
February 1st was the earliest the Chargers could officially end their lease agreement after announcing their relocation.