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Lucky Supermarkets and Squirt Soda want to send you to Quakes vs. Colorado Rapids on October 9 in style.
Just go to your neighborhood Lucky Supermarket, grab the text code and text to enter to win. The grand prize winner not only gets to hangout in the TV booth with Dan Dibley for the first half, but they get two on-field VIP seats, pre-game on-field passes to watch warmups AND one case of 7UP or Dr. Pepper for an entire year.
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Quakes defender Justin Morrow isn't most proud of his professional career or his achievements on the pitch.
In his eyes, what is his greatest accomplishment?
It's plain and simple: "I finished school."
With all of the hype around USMNT captain Clint Dempsey's return to MLS, our friends over at Buzzfeed decided to feature the 14 reasons why it's a great time to be a soccer fan in the U.S.
And you know what? Of all 14 reasons, Quakes were featured in two.
Anyone remember Chavez's giggle fest when he danced around LA's AJ DeLaGarza?
And you couldn't have forgotten Lenny's recent 'Twerk it' goal celebration:
It's a great time to be a Quakes fan.
After all this bobblehead and cutout talk this week, we are excited to announce that the real Chris Wondolowski will be joining Jim Kozimor for Yahoo! Sports Talk Live tonight.
Clear your Friday night plans or at least set those DVRs. Tune in to CSN Bay Area at 8 p.m. PT.
Wondo and Lil' Wondo had some face time with Bay Area baseball greats, Vida Blue and Bill Laskey, earlier today.
The on-air personalities were in the Comcast SportsNet studios while Wondo made a pitstop before he headed to his #WheresWondo location in the South Bay.
While you don't win anything for finding the Wondo cutout on tv, you can still watch the duo today on CSN Bay Area for Yahoo! Sports Talk Live with Jim Kozimor at 5 p.m. PT.
Question: have you tried Wondo-ing today?
Thanks to this week's #WheresWondo contest, we have a new move for all of our fans to try.
The Wondo. Wondo-ing. Kinda like Tebowing but better.
Stay tuned for tomorrow's #WheresWondo clue for a chance to try out Wondo-ing yourself.
In the meantime, check out all of our entries so far. They're pretty hysterical.
— San Jose Earthquakes (@SJEarthquakes) August 13, 2013
Sporting Kansas City got all cute-like before the big match on Sunday; trying to ruffle our feathers a bit before they come into town.
Too bad it didn't work.
Easy math, people. 2 > 1. Also translated to... two MLS Cups are greater than one MLS Cup.
See ya on Sunday, Sporting. Maybe we'll save a Wondo Bobblehead for you.
You can be the lucky winner of a one-of-kind autographed USMNT Wondolowski jersey, with an extra W to boot.
No, you aren't dreaming.
This Monday to Friday, we're running a special contest on SJEarthquakes.com in honor of Wondo's upcoming Bobblehead Party when the Quakes face Sporting KC on Sunday.
Check SJEarthquakes.com and @SJEarthquakes on Twitter for clues daily. Wondo and Lil' Wondo's cutout will be hiding out in various areas around the Bay. Once you find them, snap a photo. Share the photo on Instagram/ Twitter with the hashtag #WheresWondo.
Cha-ching. You are automatically entered to win.
Make sure to play daily. The more times you find Wondo & Lil' Wondo = more entries in your name to win big.
Not only are you eligible to win the USMNT Wondowlowski jersey, but each day we're giving out prizes to our daily hunters. One photo of the day with #WheresWondo will win two tickets to Sunday's match vs. Sporting Kansas City.
So, what are you waiting for? Unleash your bobble and find Wondo.
Check out www.sjearthquakes.com/whereswondo for full details.
U.S. Soccer invited 64 elite players from across the country to participate in the National Combine, designed to build the U-18 Men's National Team pool.
Two current Earthquakes academy players were in the mix, including goalkeeper JT Marcinkowski from Alamo, Calif. and forward Amir Bashti from Cupertino, Calif. Marcinkowski, the Quakes U-16 Academy keeper, recently competed with the squad abroad in the Caspian Cup. Bashti, a midfielder also on the Quakes' U-16 Academy team, has been ranked nationally by Topdrawersoccer.com and led the team to the playoffs earlier this Summer.
The two will travel to Portland for this year's National Combine at Nike's World Headquarters. This five day camp, running from Aug. 9-13, brings the country's elite 15 to 17 year old players together. The combine is an opportunity for the nation's top palyers to be evaluated by National Team staff and scouts from across the country.