SAN JOSE, Calif. – The San Jose Earthquakes announced today that CLEAR has been added at Avaya Stadium to expedite the security procedure for all matches at the home of the Quakes. The dedicated VIP security lines will help fans gain access to the stadium faster than ever.
More commonly known for its presence in airports to help travelers bypass the often lengthy TSA lines, CLEAR is expanding to sporting venues nationwide. The process to sign up is completely free and takes no more than five minutes. Fans can sign up for the program on any game day at Avaya Stadium and only need to be in possession of a U.S. driver’s license or passport.
“Our organization is always pursuing new avenues to enhance the overall fan experience both inside and outside of Avaya Stadium,” said Earthquakes Chief Operating Officer Jared Shawlee. “Adding CLEAR’s fast and free service will give our fans an easy pathway into the stadium on match day.”
Avaya Stadium is among 15 venues on the growing list currently serviced by CLEAR, which includes ballparks in MLS, MLB, the NBA and the NFL. By registering in San Jose, fans will receive the same accelerated service at any other CLEAR-enabled stadium, including the Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum and AT&T Park, home of the A’s and Giants, respectively.
Please note, this service is free for stadium access only. A paid membership is required to use CLEAR at the airport.