Matchday: D.C. United vs. Earthquakes

Kickoff: 4:00 p.m.
Television: CSN Plus
Radio: 1590 KLIV, 1370 KZSF

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Viewing Party: Jack's Bar & Lounge 

Join us at Jack's Bar & Lounge for the Quakes official viewing party! 



167 E. Taylor St. at 4th, Japantown, San Jose 
Happy hour specials starting at 3:00 p.m. 
$3 Well Drinks
$2 off Pints & Pitchers

 

 


OPPONENT INFORMATION

Earthquakes vs. D.C. United All-Time

MLS Regular Season: 16-13-6
Home: 8-4-6 (29 GF, 25 GA)
Away: 8-9-0 (25 GF, 33 GA)
Shootout (1996-99): 3-0; Overtime (2000-03): 0-0-2; Playoffs: 0-0-0; US Open Cup: 0-0-0; U.S. Open Cup Play-In: 0-0-0
All-Time Scoring: San Jose – 54, D.C. United – 58

Last Game vs. D.C. United

Earthquakes 1, D.C. United 2; July 11, 2014; Buck Shaw Stadium; Santa Clara, Calif.

Chris Wondolowski scored in his first game back from the 2014 FIFA World Cup, but it wasn’t enough as the Earthquakes fell 2-1 against D.C. United. San Jose peppered D.C. United’s goal with an 18-9 advantage on shots, eight of which were on target. However, United goalkeeper Bill Hamid was the difference with seven saves, several of which came from point-blank range. Eddie Johnson opened the scoring in the 12th minute from the penalty spot. Earthquakes defender Brandon Barklage was whistled for a handball in the area, and Johnson capitalized by slotting home his shot to the lower right corner. Luis Silva doubled the visitor’s lead in the 25th minute with a darting run to the near post and a flicked finish. Chris Rolfe played the cross in and Silva redirected the ball toward the far post with a slight touch for the goal. The Earthquakes pulled one back in the 39th minute with Wondolowski picking up his sixth goal of the season. Wondolowski took a pass from Khari Stephenson near the top of the box and curled a shot with his left foot. The ball deflected off a D.C. United defender and into the net.

History of the Quakes – D.C. United Rivalry

San Jose and D.C. United are two of the 10 original MLS teams from the inaugural 1996 season … San Jose beat D.C. in MLS’ historic inaugural match, 1-0, on April 6, 1996, before 31,683 fans at Spartan Stadium … In 2005, the Quakes were blanked by D.C. United at RFK Stadium, 3-0, on July 15, prior to reeling off a run of 11-0-3 en route to the franchise’s first MLS Supporters’ Shield … Quakes forward Chris Wondolowski scored a brace in a 2-0 win at D.C. United on Oct. 9, 2010, a result that clinched San Jose’s first MLS Cup Playoffs berth since the club rejoined the league in 2008 … In 2011, the Earthquakes won at RFK Stadium, 4-2, behind Steven Lenhart’s first MLS hat trick, with Lenhart also assisting on Simon Dawkins’ game-winner early in the second half … D.C. United returned the favor at Buck Shaw Stadium on July 30 as a Dwayne De Rosario brace gave the visitors a 2-0 victory … The result snapped a six-game unbeaten streak (4-0-2) for the Quakes against D.C. United dating back to June 22, 2008 … In 2012, San Jose came back from an early one-goal deficit to defeat D.C. United 5-3 at Buck Shaw Stadium on May 2 thanks to braces from Chris Wondolowski and Steven Lenhart … In 2013, D.C. United defeated San Jose 1-0 at RFK Stadium … In 2014, D.C. United beat the Quakes at Buck Shaw Stadium 2-1.

Earthquakes – D.C. United Connections

D.C. United forward Chris Pontius and Quakes forward Steven Lenhart are both natives of Yorba Linda, Calif. … D.C. United midfielder Davy Arnaud and Quakes midfielder Khari Stephenson were teammates with the Kansas City Wizards from 2004-05 … Arnaud was also teammates with Quakes forward Mike Fucito with the Montreal Impact in 2012 … D.C. United defender Bobby Boswell and Quakes forward Chris Wondolowski were teammates with the Houston Dynamo from 2008-09 … D.C. United defender Steve Birnbaum went to Cal … D.C. United forward Eddie Johnson and Quakes midfielder Cordell Cato were teammates with Seattle Sounders FC in 2012 … Johnson and Quakes defender Clarence Goodson were teammates with the Dallas Burn in 2004 … Goodson (2000-03) and D.C. United defender Taylor Kemp (2009-12) both played at the University of Maryland … D.C. United forwards Facundo Coria and Fabian Espindola, as well as Quakes midfielders Matias Perez Garcia and Leandro Barrera, were all born in Argentina … D.C. forward Jairo Arrieta and Quakes defender Shaun Francis both played on the Columbus Crew together in 2012 … Quakes forward Quincy Amarikwa and D.C. forward Chris Rolfe both played together for the Chicago Fire from 2013-2014.