Earthquakes vs. New York Red Bulls All-Time
MLS Regular Season: 17-12-9
Home: 13-2-3 (38 GF, 17 GA)
Away: 4-10-6 (19 GF, 40 GA)
All-Time Scoring: San Jose – 57, New York – 57
Last Game vs. New York
Red Bulls 5 – 1 Earthquakes; Wednesday, July 19, 2017; Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to the New York Red Bulls 5-1 at Red Bull Arena. Earthquakes new Designated Player Vako made his MLS debut after entering the match as a halftime substitute and scored in the 88th minute. Forward Quincy Amarikwa made his 2017 MLS season debut.
History of the Quakes – Red Bulls Rivalry
The two sides were part of the 10 original MLS clubs from the league’s inaugural 1996 season, when these teams were named the San Jose Clash and New York/New Jersey MetroStars … The Earthquakes had a 10-game unbeaten streak against New York from Aug. 9, 1998 - July 2, 2003, posting a 6-0-4 record during that stretch … That 10-game unbeaten streak is the third-longest against a single opponent in San Jose club history … New York and San Jose had a pair of classic shootouts in 2003 and 2004 … On July 2, 2003, the Quakes and then-MetroStars tied 4-4 at Giants Stadium, with Landon Donovan tying the game in stoppage time … The following year, the two teams combined for 10 goals in a 5-5 draw at Spartan Stadium on May 8 … The two teams met in the MLS Cup Playoffs for the first time on Oct. 30, 2010, at Buck Shaw Stadium in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, as the Red Bulls won 1-0 on a goal by Joel Lindpere … They faced off again on Nov. 4, 2010, and the Earthquakes defeated top-seeded New York at Red Bull Arena, 3-1, with Chris Wondolowski’s 81st-minute goal ensuring the Quakes continued their improbable postseason run that year by advancing 3-2 on aggregate to the Eastern Conference Championship … Most recently, the Red Bulls took a 3-0 home decision last April 16, with the teams playing to an entertaining 2-2 draw at Stanford Stadium on July 2 in front of 41,028 spectators, the largest single-game crowd in club history at the time … With the league’s unbalanced schedule in 2012, the two sides played just once, a 2-2 draw at Red Bull Arena on April 14 … The Quakes won in dramatic fashion in their lone meeting of 2013, a 2-1 result after San Jose fell behind 1-0. Chris Wondolowski scored the game-winner from the penalty spot in stoppage time … San Jose tied the Red Bulls 1-1 in their meeting on July 19, 2014 at Red Bull Arena …The Earthquakes lost to the Red Bulls 2-0 in their only meeting of 2015 on April 17 at Red Bull Arena … In 2016, the Quakes flipped the result with a 2-0 win at Avaya Stadium thanks to goals from Fatai Alashe and Chris Wondolowski, whose goal leveled him with Ante Razov for the fourth most career goals in MLS history (114) … In their only meeting of 2017, the Quakes fell to the Red Bulls 5-1 at Red Bull Arena. Midfielder Vako made his MLS debut in the match and scored the Quakes lone goal after entering at halftime.