Avaya Stadium will host the San Jose Earthquakes U-16 Girls’ Academy when they face rivals LA Galaxy on Saturday, October 5 at 7 p.m. PT. The match will be live streamed on Twitter via adidas’ Three Stripe Live platform, which strives to empower elite female athletes on a national scale.
The U-16 Quakes have maintained the majority of their squad from the 2018-19 U.S. Soccer Development Academy season in which they were crowned U-15 USSDA Champions. In their incredible run, they finished the season with an undefeated 34-0-3 record.
Don’t miss out on watching this incredible Quakes team as they seek back-to-back USSDA Championships. Tickets and parking for the match are free and the Audi Gate will open at 6:00 p.m. for entry. RSVP below!
See below for more information about adidas’ Three Stripe Live platform:
As part of adidas’ She Breaks Barriers initiative, a global commitment to inspire and enable the next generation of female athletes, creators and leaders by removing barriers in sport, the sports brand launched ‘Three Stripe Live’ – the first-ever globally live-streamed series of girls’ grassroots sports on Twitter.
In March, adidas helped raise awareness to the fact that women in sport lack visibility. Research shows that only 4% of sports media coverage in the U.S. is dedicated to women’s sport. To help adidas create more access, increase visibility and pursue equality and representation in the media, the ‘Three Stripes Live’ series of grassroots sports is being live-streamed on Twitter via @3StripeLive.
The series of six events kicked off on April 19 at the adidas Windy City Volleyball National tournament in Chicago. The tournament serves as a national qualifying event for the 2019 USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships and is one of the largest volleyball tournaments in the U.S. The first live-stream, featuring a matchup between Louisiana club, Wattle Daub, and Chicago club, Sky High, received over 3.7M+ video views.