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San Jose Earthquakes Tickets

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San Jose Earthquakes Schedule

The San Jose Earthquakes are one of the premiere teams in Major League Soccer and have won two MLS Cup championships and every game is action packed and full of excitement and tension whether at home or on the road. Fervent Earthquakes fans have been cheering on the squad since their victory in the first ever MLS game against D.C. United. Continually fielding one of the best teams in the MLS, the San Jose squad is a perennial contender for the MLS Cup championship and never fails to deliver exciting and intriguing match ups to the thousands of fans who make it out to each and every home game.

The San Jose Earthquakes are currently jockeying for position to make the playoffs in the stacked Western Conference of the MLS. There are still three regular season home games for the Earthquakes to score some big wins in hopes of moving up the standings before the playoffs. On October 4th the Portland Timbers come to Buck Shaw Stadium for a huge late season game that could not only help the Earthquakes move up the standings but could also give the team a big lift and momentum heading into the postseason. On October 14th CDS Vida come to town in another big game. The final home game of the regular season will be on October 18th when the Vancouver Whitecaps come to town. This will be your last chance to cheer on the San Jose Earthquakes and provide them with some momentum heading into the postseason and is sure to be a thrilling game.

San Jose Earthquakes Major League Soccer

The San Jose Earthquakes play in the MLS, or Major League Soccer, which is the premiere soccer league in the United States and Canada and is also a member of CONCACAF. Nineteen teams in the league compete during the regular season which begins each March hoping to earn a spot in the postseason. Each team plays thirty four regular season games with the regular season champion being awarded the Supporters' Shield. The top ten teams advance to the playoffs with the last two teams playing in the MLS Cup in December. The first season of the MLS was in 1996 with ten charter members of which the Columbus Crew was one. Plans for establishing the league began as far back as 1988 when U.S. Soccer made an agreement with FIFA to have plans to get a Division I professional soccer league in place in order to be allowed to host the 1994 World Cup. The league is granted a spot for three American teams in the CONCACAF Champions League while another team has the chance to qualify via the U.S. Open Cup. Year after year MLS gains more fans and it stands as one of the five major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada.

San Jose Earthquakes Rivalries

The rivalry between the San Jose Earthquakes and the Los Angeles Galaxy is possibly the most intense in all of American soccer and their battles, especially in the California Clasico are not to be missed. As one of the charter members of Major League Soccer, the Quakes have a long history of great games and soccer fans will not want to to miss the next one. In 2009 the Earthquakes began a tradition of competing against the Seattle Sounders for the Heritage Cup.

The Experience

There are few events as exciting as seeing one top notch soccer team compete at home against another. The players in the MLS have grown up playing the sport that they love and are out there s much to advance the popularity of the sport in the United States. Soccer is the most popular sport in the world and gives birth to the most fervent and dedicated fans. One step into a stadium when the local national team is playing and you will understand what all of the fuss is about. Unrelenting action, otherworldly footwork, stunning slide tackles, and mind blowing, acrobatic saves by goalkeepers will have you seeing exactly why soccer is referred to as "the beautiful game." You will be chanting and singing along and barely even need to use your seat as move after move will have you jumping up and cheering for the home team. By the time the referee blows the final whistle you will be anxiously awaiting the next opportunity to attend a San Jose Earthquakes game and will find yourself an MLS and soccer fan for life.


The San Jose Earthquakes were one of the ten charter members of the MLS, although they were originally known as the San Jose Clash. In 2005 the Earthquakes franchise was put on hiatus and the coach as well as many of the players and staff went on to form the Houston Dynamo. The Earthquakes returned to the league in 2008.

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22 Mar 2015
Mar 22, 2015 1:00 PM
Avaya Stadium
San Jose, CA
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