The Quakes announced that including matches at Levi's Stadium, Stanford Stadium and Avaya Stadium, the 2015 season's average attendance was a club-record 20,979 per match.
Avaya Stadium hosted the induction of former Earthquakes captain Ramiro Coralles into the club's Hall of Fame after he spent 12 of his 15 years in MLS as a Quake.
Avaya Stadium was named winners of the prestigious Product Innovation Award at TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2015.
San Jose has been awarded the 2016 AT&T MLS All-Star Game and will host for the first time since 2001.
Avaya Stadium, along with San Francisco's AT&T Park will host 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens matches as the United States has been named host country.
Avaya Stadium was one of six stadiums named to the Shortlist for TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2015 Venue of the Year Award.
In partnership with the City of San Jose and Santa Clara County, an edible garden, including apricot, cherry and plum trees, was built at Avaya Stadium.
The Quakes win their inaugural match at Avaya Stadium 2-1 against the Chicago Fire in front of a capacity crowd of 18,000.
Quakes reach 12,000 season ticket sales for Avaya Stadium.
The Quakes defeat the LA Galaxy 3-2 in the Avaya Stadium soft opener.
Quakes president Dave Kaval and the club's ownership group were among the few to help open Avaya Stadium to the Bay Area.
Quakes surpass 11,000 season tickets for Avaya Stadium.
Quakes open Avaya Stadium vs. Chicago Fire on March 22.
Club partners with Avaya and unveils the name of our new home.
Season ticket holder Debbie Freeman installs first seat in the main seating bowl.
6,348,000 lbs. of steel later, the final beam is placed at our new home, and we're on to the next phase of new stadium construction!
San Jose Earthquakes president Dave Kaval, GM John Doyle and head coach Mark Watson sign the first vertical crossbeam at the new stadium site.
Earthquakes GM John Doyle and season ticket holder Merryl Zuparko jointly push button to release concrete for the team building and locker rooms.
Construction crews start excavating the new stadium site on Coleman Avenue.
6,256 fans dug for two-straight minutes to set a Guinness World Record for the largest participatory groundbreaking ceremony.
The San Jose Planning Commission paved the way for construction to begin with a 6-0 decision in front of a council chamber filled with Earthquakes fans.
Quakes take a major step towards construction and begin demolition on the old FMC factory building.
The Earthquakes' new stadium plans first became public at the club's annual awards dinner with Soccer Silicon Valley.