Redondo and Palm Beach Counties play host to their first game in the National Football League on Thursday night, and with it, a rematch of the 2017 season.
After winning the season series against Miami in the final game of the 2016 season, the Dolphins lost their final five games of the regular season.
The winless Miami Dolphins were the second team in league history to lose consecutive seasons in consecutive years, and the first since the 1994 and 1996 Cleveland Browns.
The team also had lost consecutive seasons to the Atlanta Falcons in the regular-season finale and the NFC Championship Game.
A game between the Dolphins and Redondo Chargers would mark the first matchup between the two teams since the 2017 Miami Dolphins lost the 2017 regular-career series to the Miami Dolphins.
The game also marks the first time the Dolphins will be playing on the same field since the team relocated to Miami in January 2017.
The Redondo Bowl is expected to be a sellout crowd of 13,532 fans, according to the NFL.
The stadium has an average capacity of 20,000 and seats are typically priced at $65 per game.
Redondo Beach is a small city of just under 30,000 people on the coast of South Florida.
The city’s main airport is a short drive from the city and offers flights to the city, as well as connecting to the mainland.
The town of Redondo, home to the Redondo Ponds golf course, has a population of just over 4,500 people.