The U.S. Men's National Team will look to add some hardware to their highly successful summer campaign as they take on Panama in the CONCACAF Gold Cup final at 1 p.m. PT on Sunday at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Both the U.S. and Panama are undefeated in the tournament, but the U.S. have the edge- with 19 goals scored and only four conceded.
Three Quakes- Chris Wondolowski, Clarence Goodson and Alan Gordon- are in camp with the USMNT and will fight for minutes with the talented squad. Wondolowski netted five goals in two matches of the tournament, while Goodson has a goal and a secondary assist to his name.
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Add to your pin collection tomorrow when the Quakes take on the Timbers at Buck Shaw.
5,000 fans in attendance will receive a Gavric, Bridgwater Hall of Fame pin. Make sure to arrive early for a chance to snag this one-of-a-kind commemorative item.
Four Earthquakes represented their country on Wednesday, battling for a spot in the Gold Cup final.
Wondo, Goodson, Gordon and the USMNT came out on top over Chavez and his Honduran side. Goodson's well-placed ball to set up Bedoya's assist for Donovan's first goal of the match, helping the U.S. side double their lead. However, Chavez came back and did what he does best for the Quakes, notching an assist for Los Catrachos' lone tally of the match.
The USMNT head to Chicago for the Gold Cup final on Sunday against Panama. Kickoff is at 1 p.m. PT, and the final will be aired live on Fox and Univision.
We will honor two Earthquake greats on Saturday during halftime of Quakes vs. Timbers.
Peter Bridgwater and "Gabbo" Gavric will join five others, general manager John Doyle, Ronald Cerritos, Troy Dayak, Milan Mandaric (Builder) and Paul Child, in the Quakes Hall of Fame.
Join us to celebrate their amazing contributions to the sport and the San Jose Earthquakes - limited number of tickets still available.
Today at 4 p.m. PT, USA and Honduras battle for a spot in the Gold Cup final.
Which Quakes heroes will make it through? Will it be Marvin Chavez representing Honduras or will it be superstars Chris Wondolowski, Clarence Goodson and Alan Gordon representing the USMNT? Tune in to Fox Soccer at 4 p.m. PT and make sure to follow @SJEarthquakes on Twitter for updates.
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There are only 500 left on the system, and you'll want to be at Buck Shaw for Hall of Fame night when the Quakes take on Western Conference rivals, the Portland Timbers.
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A special care package in the shape of 3W's was delivered to the office today: Wondo's game-worn (and signed) jersey from the USMNT's match against Cuba.
To refresh your memory, that's the match that Wondo shattered U.S. records, scoring a brace and totaling his Gold Cup goals to five.
And this priceless jersey could be yours. It will be up for auction at our annual Wine and Dine with the Earthquakes event on Sunday at Guglielmo Winery.
Don't miss out on this opportunity. To purchase tickets for the event, click here.
The USMNT saw another thrilling multi-goal win in the Gold Cup on Sunday, knocking El Salvador out of the tournament in Baltimore.
Quakes' Wondolowski and Goodson played a huge part in Klinsmann's squad's victory, with Goodson putting the USMNT on the board first and Wondo assisting the second goal of the match.
The USMNT next go head-to-head against Marvin Chavez and Honduras in the Gold Cup semifinals on Wednesday, kickoff at 4 p.m. PT.
Pictured R-L: Brian Pointer, Michael Phillips, James Woodrow, Daren Gilbert
From Malaysia to San Jose, Daren Gilbert has been around the world to see his beloved Norwich City FC Canaries. A season ticket holder for 32 years, Gilbert hasn't missed a single Norwich City FC match since April 16, 1983. SJEarthquakes.com was lucky enough to sit down with Daren on Saturday.
SJEarthquakes.com: You go to every single home and away Norwich game. Where are some of the places you've traveled for games?
Daren Gilbert: Malaysia, Germany, Austria, Holland, Sweden, Italy, Scotland
SJEQ: Any crazy stories from your travels?
DG: None that I'm allowed to repeat!
SJEQ: Where do you hope the Canaries play so you can visit?
DG: I've always wanted to go to Australia.
SJEQ: Favorite game?
DG: When Norwich beat Bayern Munich 2-1 in the first leg match of the 1993 UEFA Cup second round.
SJEQ: What made you miss the April 16, 1983 game?
DG: My sister got married. But she got a divorce so if she were to get married again she would have to have it on a non-game day if she wanted me there.
SJEQ: Have you missed any notable events for a game?
DG: Just my parent's anniversary one year- but they understood.
SJEQ: How has your time in the Bay Area been so far?
DG: I got here with my four friends on Tuesday. We went to San Francisco and went to the Golden Gate Bridge and to Alcatraz. It's a bit too hot in San Jose for us but it's been great. We are headed up to Portland next.
SJEQ: What's the your favorite food you've eaten since you got here?
DG: The pancakes!
SJEQ: What do you think of MLS?
DG: It's grown quite a bit. I really started to take it seriously when Darren Huckerby came to play for the Earthquakes.
SJEQ: How are the Canaries going to do this season?
DG: Hopefully they'll stay up. I think they will finish 10th.