While we host our own international friendly vs. Honduran-side C.D.S. Vida tonight at Buck Shaw, two of our mainstays, Wondolowski and Bernardez, will face off in Miami.
Wondo and the USMNT take on Muma and Honduras at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida tonight. While this match is only an international friendly for Klinsmann's squad, they're looking to get back to their winning ways after a late goal from Ecuador put a damper on their friendly last week. Meanwhile, Los Catrachos are looking to redeem themselves against CONCACAF opponents as well - coming off of a 2-0 loss against Mexico last week.
The match which kicks off at 5 p.m. PT will be aired live on ESPN, WatchESPN and Unimas.
On Saturday, Quakes will host Vancouver Whitecaps FC at 7:30 p.m. PT to say farewell to Buck Shaw Stadium.
5,000 fans will receive farewell to Buck Shaw pins presented by Cosmopolitan Catering among entry. Fans will have the opportunity to collect the other four pins in the series by donating $1 to the Earthquakes Community Fund. Fans will then reach into a bucket to randomly select another pin, which will be one of four limited edition "Buck Shaw Memories" pins. These include Wondo's first hat-trick, Ramiro Corrales' last game, Lenhart Wig Night and a 40th anniversary pin.
If fans donate $10 or more, they will receive all five collectable pins. Donations will only be collected until kick-off. Cosmopolitan Catering will announce the donation amount and present the check to President Dave Kaval at halftime.
Tickets are still available for this match here.
On Sunday, October 12, Cordell Cato and Trinidad and Tobago defeated Antigua and Barbuda 1-0 to advance to the Caribbean Cup finals. Cato entered the match in the 67th minute. The Soca Warriors will compete in group A alongside Cuba, French Guiana and Curacoa. Group B consists of Antigua and Barbuda, Jamaica, Haiti and Martinique.
Atiba Harris and St. Kitts and Nevis defeated French Guiana 2-1, but fell short to qualify in goal differencial.
The finals of the Caribbean Cup will begin on November 10, 2014.
— socawarriors (@socawarriors) October 11, 2014
Itching for the USMNT since the World Cup? Lucky for us, they will play a friendly against Ecuador in East Hartford, Connecticut on Friday at 4 p.m. PT.
Quakes star Chris Wondolowski has been called back into the Red, White and Blue by coach Jurgen Klinsmann for the trip. This match will also be long time U.S. veteran Landon Donovan's final apperance with the USMNT.
Don't miss out! Fans can watch the match on ESPN, WatchESPN and UniMas.
We're continuing to go global! Two new #MilesToEpicenter billboards went up this week - one in LA and one in Toronto.
Needless to say, the LA board - located just a mile away from the StubHub Center - did not make LA fans happy on social media.
— Adam Serrano (@LAGalaxyInsider) October 9, 2014
Check out where all of our billboards are here, and don't forget to enter our #MilesToEpicenter contest for a chance to win two 2015 season tickets to our new home!
Quakes players Cordell Cato and Atiba Harris have been called to national duty for the 2014 Caribbean Cup Qualifiers.
On October 8th, Cato made his senior team debut with Trinidad and Tobago for a 6-1 win over Dominican Republic. They will face Saint Lucia on Friday, October 10 and Antigua and Barbuda on Sunday, October 12 at Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, Trinidad and Tobago.
Harris' Saint Kitts and Nevis fell to Barbados, 3-2 on Wednesday. They will face French Guiana on Friday, October 10 and Haiti on Sunday, October 12 at Stade Sylvio Cator in Portau-Prince, Haiti.
On Saturday, October 4 the Quakes host Portland Timbers at 8:00 p.m. PT.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, Stanford Cancer Center is giving away pink rally towels to the first 25,000 fans. Goal nets and corner flags will be pink and players will wear pink wrist bands. Goalkeeper Jon Busch will be wearing a pink uniform as well as pink gloves.
T-Mobile will also be pinking out section 107 with cheer cards.
Tickets are still available for this match here.
Check out Busch's gloves for Saturday:
— HPG (@HPG_GK) September 30, 2014
On Tuesday, the San Jose Earthquakes Academy got to hang out at our New Stadium with Quakes player and former Earthquakes Academy star Tommy Thompson. The club's first-ever Homegrown player talked about the importance of playing in a professional environment, the difference in college and the professional game and how he looks up to Wondo.
Meet Yannick Djalo, test drive a BMW and score tickets to one of the last matches at Buck Shaw!
In a partnership with BMW, Yannick Djalo will be at Weatherford BMW in Berkeley on Friday, October 3 from 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Fans can come for photos and autographs and receive ticket vouchers that can be used for the 10/14 or 10/18 matches.
Ticket Test-Drive Event
When: October 3, 2014 from 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Where: Weatherford BMW, 735 Ashby Ave, Berkeley, CA 94710
Who: Yannick Djalo
**Parking for Weatherford BMW will be on Potter Street. After you exit Ashby and drive past the dealership on your left, make a left turn onto 7th Street and then an immediate left onto Potter Street. Park anywhere after the Iron Works building.
Former Earthquakes goalkeeper and currect Earthquakes announcer, Joe Cannon, visited Willow Glen High School on Thursday as part of the Quakes and the University of California's partnership to promote the importance of a college education.
Cannon, a Los Altos native, talked to the College and Career Center at the high school about how it's never too early to start planning for college and how the University of California system can be for everyone.
To learn more about UC's application process and grants available, please visit here.