The San Diego Chargers announced their 40th Anniversary Team in 2000 to honor the top players and coaches in the history of the National Football League team. The Chargers began play in 1960 as part of the American Football League. The anniversary team included 31 players and coaches voted on by fans and a media panel. The team became the Los Angeles Chargers after relocating in 2017.
- ^ Wildcard selection. Voters were allowed to select only one kicker, won by Carney, and one extra player at any position as wilcard.
- ^ Special recognition selection. Voters were allowed to select only one coach, won by Coryell.
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