2019 main schedule updated

SAN JOSE, Calif. – The San Jose Earthquakes today unveiled their 2019 MLS regular season schedule, which includes 16 matches at Avaya Stadium and the California Clasico at Stanford Stadium.


Fourteen of the 17 home games will be played on Saturdays, including each of the first eight, with two Wednesday matches and the season’s penultimate contest on Sunday afternoon. The Quakes will also be featured on national television nine times, up from five in 2018, including seven matches on Univision Deportes and two on UniMás.


The Earthquakes will open the season against Argentine winger Ignacio Piatti and the Montreal Impact on Saturday, March 2 at 6:45 p.m. It marks the second time in three years that San Jose hosts Montreal on opening day.


The Quakes will play four of their first five matches at Avaya Stadium, with their lone road contest during the stretch coming in Week 3 against the New York Red Bulls (March 16; 12:30 p.m.).


San Jose hosts FC Cincinnati for the first time ever on Saturday, May 4 at 6:45 p.m. The expansion side recently acquired Costa Rica National Team center back Kendall Waston, 2018 MLS Cup champion Greg Garza, and Jamaican forward Darren Mattocks, among others.


The California Clasico takes place on Saturday, June 29 (6:30 p.m.) when San Jose hosts the rival LA Galaxy at Stanford Stadium. More details about the premier Bay Area summer sporting event will be announced at a later date.


The Quakes close out the season by playing seven of their final 11 matches away from home, including consecutive road showdowns with Real Salt Lake (Sept. 11; 6:30 p.m.), New York City FC (Sept. 14; 4 p.m.) and Atlanta United FC (Sept. 21; 12:30 p.m.).


For fans that want to be part of the Earthquakes matchday experience all season long, the recently launched Terrace Pass grants access to each of the 20 home matches in 2019 for just $250. The pass is offered on a standing-room-only basis for all 16 regular season matches and three bonus games at Avaya Stadium, providing an alternative for fans who want to support the team from either the TCL 4K Bar or Supporters' Terrace.


The Terrace Pass also includes a ticket in either the north or south supporters' section for the California Clasico, which has drawn more than 50,000 fans every year since its inception in 2012.


The Terrace Pass includes some of the same great benefits as a traditional season pass, including discounts on merchandise and parking, inclusion to presales, invitation to select season pass holder events, and more. However, the benefits are limited in comparison to existing plans. The pass is completely digital and provides access to tickets the day of each match that are not printable, transferable or available for resale. It also does not come with a dedicated Fan Relations Specialist or access to future Devotion Day events.

A limited amount of Terrace Passes are available on a first come, first served basis and are expected to sell out. For more information or to reserve your pass today, click here.


Single-game tickets will be available for purchase starting January 25 at 10 a.m. Groups of 10 or more can access an advance window to purchase tickets ahead of the general public by placing a priority group deposit. Click here to make your deposit today.


Note: A full local broadcast schedule will be available at a later date. Not all game times have been announced.


Full Earthquakes 2019 Season Schedule

<strong><u>DATE</u></strong>
<strong><u>TIME (PT)</u></strong>
<strong><u>OPPONENT</u></strong>
<strong><u>LOCATION</u></strong>
<strong><u>TV BROADCAST</u></strong>
<strong>Sat., March 2</strong>
<strong>6:45 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Montreal Impact</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<strong>Sat., March 9</strong>
<strong>4:45 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Minnesota United FC</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Sat., March 16</p>
<p>12:30 p.m.</p>
<p>New York Red Bulls</p>
<p>Red Bull Arena</p>
<p>Univision</p>
<strong>Sat., March 30</strong>
<strong>12:30 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Los Angeles FC</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>Univision </strong>
<strong>Sat., April 6</strong>
<strong>4:45 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Portland Timbers</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Sat., April 13</p>
<p>12 p.m.</p>
<p>Houston Dynamo</p>
<p>BBVA Compass Stadium</p>
<p>Univision</p>
<strong>Sat., April 20</strong>
<strong>6:45 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Sporting Kansas City</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Wed., April 24</p>
<p>7:30 p.m.</p>
<p>Seattle Sounders FC</p>
<p>CenturyLink Field</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<p>Sat., April 27</p>
<p>12:30 p.m.</p>
<p>FC Dallas</p>
<p>Toyota Stadium</p>
<p>Univision</p>
<strong>Sat., May 4</strong>
<strong>6:45 p.m.</strong>
<strong>FC Cincinnati</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Sat., May 11</p>
<p>4:30 p.m.</p>
<p>New England Revolution</p>
<p>Gillette Stadium</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<strong>Sat., May 18</strong>
<strong>12:30&nbsp;p.m.</strong>
<strong>Chicago Fire</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>Univision</strong>
<p>Sun., May 26</p>
<p>4:30 p.m.</p>
<p>Toronto FC</p>
<p>BMO Field</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<p>Sat., June 1</p>
<p>5 p.m.</p>
<p>D.C. United</p>
<p>Audi Field</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<strong>Sat., June 8</strong>
<strong>12:30&nbsp;p.m.</strong>
<strong>FC Dallas</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>Univision</strong>
<strong>Wed., June 26</strong>
<strong>7:15 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Houston Dynamo</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<strong>Sat.<em>, June 29</em></strong>
<strong><em>6:30 p.m.</em></strong>
<strong><em>LA Galaxy</em></strong>
<strong><em>Stanford Stadium</em></strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Wed., July 3</p>
<p>5 p.m.</p>
<p>Minnesota United FC</p>
<p>Allianz Field</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<strong>Sat., July 6</strong>
<strong>7:15 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Real Salt Lake</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Fri., July 12</p>
<p>8 p.m.</p>
<p>LA Galaxy</p>
<p>Dignity Health Park</p>
<p>UniMás</p>
<p>Sat., July 20</p>
<p>7 p.m.</p>
<p>Vancouver Whitecaps FC</p>
<p>BC Place</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<strong>Sat., July 27</strong>
<strong>6:45 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Colorado Rapids</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<strong>Sat., Aug. 3</strong>
<strong>7:15 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Columbus Crew SC</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Sat., Aug. 10</p>
<p>6 p.m.</p>
<p>Colorado Rapids</p>
<p>DSG Park</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<p>Sat., Aug. 17</p>
<p>5:30 p.m.</p>
<p>Sporting Kansas City</p>
<p>Children’s Mercy Park</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<p>Wed., Aug. 21</p>
<p>7:30 p.m.</p>
<p>Los Angeles FC</p>
<p>Banc of California Stadium</p>
<p>UniMás</p>
<strong>Sat., Aug. 24</strong>
<strong>6:45 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Vancouver Whitecaps FC</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<strong>Sat., Aug. 31</strong>
<strong>7:15 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Orlando City SC</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Wed., Sept. 11</p>
<p>6:30 p.m.</p>
<p>Real Salt Lake</p>
<p>Rio Tinto Stadium</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<p>Sat., Sept. 14</p>
<p>4 p.m.</p>
<p>New York City FC</p>
<p>Yankee Stadium</p>
<p>TBD</p>
<p>Sat., Sept. 21</p>
<p>12:30 p.m.</p>
<p>Atlanta United FC</p>
<p>Mercedes-Benz Stadium</p>
<p>Univision</p>
<strong>Wed., Sept. 25</strong>
<strong>7:45 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Philadelphia Union</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<strong>Sun., Sept. 29</strong>
<strong>4:15 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Seattle Sounders FC</strong>
<strong>Avaya Stadium</strong>
<strong>TBD</strong>
<p>Sun., Oct. 6</p>
<p>1 p.m.</p>
<p>Portland Timbers</p>
<p>Providence Park</p>
<p>TBD</p>

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