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Earthquakes to Host Fatai Alashe Inaugural Goal Bobblehead Night on September 12

SAN JOSE, Calif. – The San Jose Earthquakes will host a commemorative Fatai Alashe Inaugural Goal Bobblehead Night, presented by Wells Fargo, on Saturday, September 12 when the club welcomes in Seattle Sounders FC at 7:30 p.m. The bobblehead will honor Quakes rookie midfielder Fatai Alashe scoring the first goal in Avaya Stadium history on March 22. The first 7,500 fans will receive a ticket upon entry to pick up their bobblehead after the match. This year marks the fifth consecutive season the Earthquakes and Wells Fargo have teamed up for a bobblehead giveaway. 

Alashe was the Earthquakes first-round draft pick (No. 4 overall) in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft out of Michigan State University. His goal against the Chicago Fire on March 22 was not only the first goal in Avaya Stadium history, but the first goal of his career.

Additionally, fans now have another way to show their team pride by ordering a Wells Fargo Debit Card with San Jose Earthquakes customization. By presenting a Quakes debit card at the Earthquakes Team Store, powered by Gyft, fans will get 15 percent off all purchases. To order, fans should talk to a banker at their local Wells Fargo location or click here. See directions below to add the Earthquakes to your debit card:

  • Sign on to Wells Fargo Online
  • Select the Account Services tab
  • Click the Access Card Design Studio
  • Select the San Jose Earthquakes image from the Team Sports category in the Image Library.

Tickets for the Earthquakes’ match against Sounders FC on Saturday, September 12 are available by visiting www.sjearthquakes.com or calling 1-800-745-3000. The match will also be broadcast live on CSN Plus, 1590 KLIV and 1370 KZSF. San Jose will look to improve to 3-0-0 against Seattle this year, and go undefeated against their Western Conference rival for the first time since 2012.

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