Copa America Centenario took the United States by storm this summer in one of the busiest summers of soccer the Bay Area has ever seen. With Chris Wondolowski representing the United States, Anibal Godoy and Alberto Quintero, or the #Panamaniacs representing Panama and Simon Dawkins called up to represent Jamaica before being forced to pull out due to injury, it's safe to say that the Earthquakes were well-represented in the historic tournament.Levi's Stadium hosted three group stage matchups and a knockout round in which Mexico was beaten 7-0 by Chile.
Take a look back at some of our coverage of Copa America Centenario!
#CopaAmerica Final. Who ya got?— San Jose Earthquakes (@SJEarthquakes) June 26, 2016