SAN JOSE, Calif. – The San Jose Earthquakes began seat installation at their new stadium on Tuesday and unveiled the final pattern design for the venue’s main seating bowl. The club also announced that they have surpassed 8,000 season tickets sold for the new stadium.
The seat pattern includes three different shades of blue as well as a smattering of red seats to pay homage to the club’s NASL history. Additionally, the pattern contains a coded message related to the club. The Earthquakes will host a competition calling on fans to crack the code once the final seats have been installed.
Earthquakes season ticket holder and San Carlos native Debbie Freeman was on hand Tuesday to bolt in the first seats. Club president Dave Kaval, 2010 World Cup veteran Clarence Goodson, former Quakes midfielder Chris Dangerfield and Camatic Seating senior vice president Ken Griffiths joined Freeman to break in the new seats by sitting down for a quick chat and photo.
The club now has over 8,000 season tickets sold for the 2015 season. All luxury suites, club sections and premier midfield seats are sold out as well as section 110.
For more information about season ticket packages, fans should call the club’s Front Office at 408-556-7700 or visit www.sjearthquakes.com/newstadium.
Fans can also register for a free tour of the construction site by completing the form at: //www.sjearthquakes.com/newstadium/tours.
About Earthquakes Stadium
The Earthquakes 18,000-seat stadium is currently under construction on Coleman Ave adjacent to the San Jose International Airport. The European-inspired building features a canopy roof and the steepest-raked seating in Major League Soccer to provide the best possible fan experience. Additionally, the stadium boasts the largest outdoor bar in North America, a two-acre fan zone and a double-sided video display. The suites and club seats are located at field level, giving fans a premium experience unlike any other in professional sports.