The Earthquakes will take on the San Francisco Deltas on Wednesday at the Earthquakes Training Facility in a closed-door preseason scrimmage ahead of the club’s Opening Day match on March 4. As the NASL expands to San Francisco and the Deltas open their inaugural season at Kezar Stadium, we take a look at a few of our recent contests at the stadium that the Deltas will call home. Though the stadium was torn down and reconstructed in 1989, the site remains a part of Bay Area sports history, having opened in 1925, and it only feels right to have professional soccer back at Kezar.
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U.S. Open Cup fourth round. June 11, 2014
After going down 1-0, the Quakes stormed back with goals from Khari Stephenson and Cordell Cato to take down Sacramento Republic FC 2-1 and advance.
MLS Reserve League, July 15, 2013
As part of the MLS-USL partnership, the Quakes took on Antigua Barracuda FC and cruised to a 6-0 win with goals from Brad Ring, Adam Jahn (2), Sam Garza, Jordan Stewart and an own goal.
U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal, June 26, 2012
A future Quake in Cordell Cato scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 loss to Sounders FC that proved to be the end of the road in the Quakes' 2012 U.S. Open Cup campaign.
USL Exhibition, June 30, 1998
The San Jose Clash visited the SF Bay Seals at Kezar Stadium back in 1998. Eric Wynalda, Ronald Cerritos and Victor Mella tallied in a 3-0 Quakes win.