Kickoff: 7:00 p.m. PT at Buck Shaw Stadium
Television: Fox Sports 2
Concessions: North and South Concessions Stands open, but no beer portables or concessions tents will be setup for this match.
Food Trucks: El Tonayense, Twisted Chili
CD Heredia Scouting Report:
Quakes host CD Heredia in a must-win match to advance past the group-stage in CONCACAF Champions League. Going into the match, Heredia lead Group 5 with 6 points. If the Quakes win, each team will in Group 5 will be tied. If the Quakes win by any result; however, the Quakes will advance on goal differential.
Chris Wondolowski (33) is tied with Ante Razov (33) for No. 3 on the all-time MLS game-winning goals list … Ramiro Corrales is one game away from No. 250 in his Earthquakes’ career … Steven Lenhart (19) and Alan Gordon (18) are both closing in on Jeff Baicher (20) for No. 7 on the club’s all-time goals list. … Shea Salinas (20) is tied with Ian Russell for No. 10 on the club’s all-time assists list and is three behind Brian Mullan for No. 9 … Sam Cronin (8,563) is 104 minutes behind Eddie Lewis (8,867) for No. 10 on the club’s all-time minutes played list … Jon Busch (976) is six saves behind Zach Thornton (987) for No. 7 on the league’s all-time list … Busch (76) is tied with Thornton (76) for No. 4 on the league’s all-time shutouts list … Busch (104) is also three wins behind Scott Garlic (107) for No. 6 on the all-time MLS list.
Earthquakes to Host Inaugural Awards Gala, Presented by Franco Uomo
The Earthquakes will host the inaugural Earthquakes Awards Gala, presented by Franco Uomo, on Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Fourth Street Summit Center in Downtown San Jose. In addition to the awards ceremony, attendees will be treated to a fashion show courtesy of Franco Uomo. The event will also include hor d’oeuvres and cocktails. Tickets are available through a special early bird sale for $80 starting. To purchase a ticket, visit www.sjearthquakes.com/gala.
Busch Moves Up MLS All-Time Shutouts List
Jon Busch recorded his 76th career shutout in the Earthquakes’ scoreless draw against the LA Galaxy on Sunday, moving him into a tie with Zach Thornton for No. 4 in MLS history. The clean sheet is Busch’s ninth of the season, one shy of his career high.