Winterfest - Quakes - 2018

Quakes Raise more than $10,000 for Camp Fire Victims at Winterfest

The San Jose Earthquakes dedicated their third-annual Winterfest, held at Avaya Stadium this past Sunday, to victims of the Camp Fire. The Quakes raised more than $10,000 raised from the equipment sale and 20 percent of wristband sales for the North Valley Community Foundation and Paradise High School soccer teams. The Quakes also donated equipment to the soccer teams. Read the full story here.

Earthquakes Break the Mold with $250 Season Pass

In a sports and entertainment era where ticket prices continue to rise, the San Jose Earthquakes are disrupting the status quo with a new option for fans to attend all home matches during the 2019 season at an affordable price. Designed for the devoted fan that wants to be a part of the Earthquakes matchday experience all season long, the Quakes’ new 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 19 matches at Avaya Stadium, providing an alternative for fans who want to support the team from either the TCL 4K Bar or Supporters’ Terrace. For more information or to reserve your pass today, please click here.

Earthquakes Announce Roster Moves Ahead of 2019 MLS Season

The San Jose Earthquakes announced that the club has exercised 2019 contract options on five players: goalkeeper Matt Bersano and defenders Harold Cummings, Paul Marie, Jimmy Ockford and Kevin Partida. The Earthquakes will not exercise options on five players: defender Yeferson Quintana; midfielders Jahmir Hyka and Chris Wehan; and forwards Danny Musovski and Mohamed Thiaw. The following players are under contract for the 2019 season: goalkeepers JT Marcinkowski and Andrew Tarbell; defenders Francois Affolter, Jacob Akanyirige, Guram Kashia, Nick Lima, Joel Qwiberg and Shea Salinas; midfielders Eric Calvillo, Magnus Eriksson, Luis Felipe, Gilbert Fuentes, Anibal Godoy, Florian Jungwirth, Tommy Thompson, Vako and Jackson Yueill; and forwards Danny Hoesen and Chris Wondolowski. See all the Earthquakes’ roster moves here.

Quakes Academy’s Sophie Jones Returns Home after U.S. U-17 Girls Team Knocked out of World Cup

Earthquakes Academy player Sophie Jones returns home after the Unites States U-17 Women’s team was knocked out of the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay. The U.S. started off by defeating Cameroon 3-0, with two goals from Sunshine Fontes and one goal from Mia Fishel. The second match up was between the U.S. and Korea DPR, who defeated the U.S. team 3-0. The final match took place between the U.S. and Germany, who both needed a win in order to qualify for the quarterfinals. Germany defeated the U.S. team 4-0, securing the first-place position in Group C and advancing to the quarterfinals along with second-place Korea DPR. Read the full story here.