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Fan Guide: Quakes return home to host Dynamo

Kickoff: July 10, 8:00 p.m. PT at Avaya Stadium
Television: Unimas
Radio: 1370 KZSF, 1590 KLIV
Parking Lots: 4:00 p.m.
**Fans will be able to purchase parking passes at the lots on game day.
Will Call/Ticket Services: 5:30 p.m.
Box Office: 5:30 p.m.
Avaya Stadium Gates: 6:00 p.m.
Giveaway: 7,400 Reusable Tote Bags, courtesy of Meriwest
 
Provider's With English Audio Availability on Univision Deportes: 
Comcast, Dish (UDN), Direct TV, AT&T U-Verse
 
**Unfortunately, Dish (UniMas local station) does not provide English language on Univision Deportes
 
To follow MLS' guide to change the language from Spanish to English through your cable provider, CLICK HERE!
 
7UP Epicenter
Food Trucks
BBQ Kalbi
Gold Rush
Jon Jon’s BBQ
Speedy Panini
Lalo’s Tacos
Houndstooth Pizzeria
 
Earthquakes vs. Houston Dynamo
MLS Regular Season: 6-6-1
Home: 4-2-1 (11 GF, 6 GA)
Away: 2-4-0 (6 GF, 10 GA)
Playoffs: 0-0-0; US Open Cup: 0-0-0
All-Time Scoring: San Jose – 17, Houston Dynamo – 16
 
Last Game vs. Dynamo
Earthquakes 1, Houston Dynamo 0; May 5, 2015; BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, Texas
The San Jose Earthquakes used a goal by forward Adam Jahn and a clean sheet to earn three points on the road against the Houston Dynamo. San Jose got on the board in the 54th minute. Midfielder Matias Perez Garcia took a quick free kick, catching several Dynamo defenders off guard. The set piece was driven from the right side of the pitch to the six-yard box and was firmly headed into the back of the net by forward Adam Jahn, marking his first goal since May 8, 2013, against Toronto FC. Just three minutes later, Houston seemed primed to level the score when midfielder Oscar Boniek Garcia drew a penalty. However, Bingham came through in the clutch once again, saving the set piece driven low and to his left by forward Giles Barnes. The Earthquakes continued their excellent run of play defensively for the remainder of the match, preserving the clean sheet and departing BBVA Compass Stadium with three points. 
 
History of the Quakes-Houston Dynamo Rivalry
The history of the Earthquakes-Dynamo rivalry pre-dates their first meeting on the field, as the original San Jose Earthquakes moved to Houston following the 2005 season, with MLS eventually returning to San Jose in 2008 … The first meeting between the two clubs came on May 22, 2008, when the Earthquakes edged the Dynamo, 2-1, at Buck Shaw Stadium on the strength of second-half goals by Kei Kamara and Ivan Guerrero … On Sept. 13, 2008, the Earthquakes and Dynamo battled to the lone tie in the all-time series between the two clubs, a 1-1 draw at Buck Shaw Stadium … Later that season on Oct. 15, the Dynamo handed the Earthquakes a 2-1 defeat at Robertson Stadium … In 2009, the Earthquakes and Dynamo split the season series, with the Earthquakes winning 3-2 at Buck Shaw on March 28, and the Dynamo earning a 3-1 victory on May 23 at Robertson … With a 2-1 triumph over Houston at Robertson on Sept. 5, 2010, San Jose became the first of the two clubs to record a win on the road, as Earthquakes midfielder Khari Stephenson and former forward Geovanni each scored the first goals of their MLS careers … Houston returned the favor with a 1-0 decision at Buck Shaw on Oct. 16, 2010 … On June 4, 2011, San Jose earned a 2-0 home victory, the second-half goals coming from Steven Lenhart and Simon Dawkins … At the end of 2011, the Dynamo produced a come-from-behind 2-1 win in Houston on Sept. 17 … In 2012, the Houston Dynamo picked up a 1-0 victory thanks to a Brian Ching first-half penalty at AT&T Park in San Francisco on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17 … Houston won the two teams’ first meeting at BBVA Compass Stadium 2-0 on March 30, 2013 thanks to goals from Will Bruin and Giles Barnes … San Jose routed Houston in a 3–0 victory on May 25, 2014 at Buck Shawn Stadium in Santa Clara, CA … With the help of a second half goal by forward Adam Jahn, the Earthquakes defeated the Dynamo 1-0 on May 5, 2015 at BVAA Compass Stadium.
 
Earthquakes – Houston Dynamo Connections
Following the 2005 MLS season, the San Jose Earthquakes relocated to Houston as the Houston Dynamo … The Earthquakes (2001, 2003) and Dynamo (2006, 2007) each have a pair of MLS Cup championships, with only D.C. United (4) and the LA Galaxy (5) having earned more MLS titles … Earthquakes head coach Dominic Kinnear coached the Houston Dynamo for nine seasons from 2006 to 2014 … Dynamo assistant coach Wade Barrett played for San Jose from 1998-02, and again in 2005, and still ranks among the club’s all-time leaders in several statistical categories, including fifth in appearances (142) … San Jose forward Chris Wondolowski played for the Dynamo from 2006-09, scoring four goals in 37 games … Houston midfielder Brad Davis played with the Quakes in 2005, scoring two goals and notching eight assists in 18 games, making up the one holdover from the squad that moved from San Jose … Quakes midfielder Tommy Thompson (2013) and Dynamo forward Will Bruin (2008-10) both played at Indiana University … Houston’s Tyler Deric made his MLS debut with Houston vs. San Jose on Oct. 16, 2010, making three saves to post his first career shutout and the first in league play for the Dynamo since July 10, 2010, breaking a streak of 12 games without a shutout … Houston’s Ricardo Clark was a member of the Earthquakes in 2005, appearing in 30 games, starting all but two of the appearances, and scored three goals … Quakes defender Victor Bernardez and Houston midfielder Oscar Boniek Garcia will both be representing Honduras in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil … Quakes forward Mike Fucito and Houston defender David Horst were teammates with the Portland Timbers in 2012 … Quakes defender Clarence Goodson and Houston midfielder Brad Davis were teammates with the Dallas Burn in 2004 … Dynamo forward Giles Barnes and Quakes defender Jordan Stewart are both from England … Quakes forward Mark Sherrod made nine appearances for Houston in 2014 and scored two goals.
 

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