San Jose Earthquakes

Major League Soccer

Jungwirth's scrappy goal sends Quakes past Minnesota

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Winning on the road in MLS doesn't have to be pretty. The San Jose Earthquakes were the latest to prove that on Saturday in their 1-0 win over Minnesota United at TCF Bank Stadium.

Florian Jungwirth's scrappy goal from close range and a little bit of luck throughout the second half propelled the Quakes to their first road triumph of 2017.

MLS Midweek Preview: Earthquakes look to end road woes in visit to Revs

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The San Jose Earthquakes' recent Goonie-like comebacks have been quite a spectacle, but the task at hand isn't about late comebacks in front of the home faithful. Rather, it's about getting something meaningful from a road match, something they've struggled to do for quite some time.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 7

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With week seven of the MLS season in the books, some surprising results headlined the action around the league.

New York City FC took down the struggling Philadelphia Union, 2-0, capped by a stunning 50-yard David Villa chip over Andre Blake.

Kellyn Acosta's growth vital to FC Dallas' unbeaten run

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SAN JOSE, Calif.-On Friday night, Kellyn Acosta continued to showcase his booming value after FC Dallas' 1-1 draw against San Jose Earthquakes at Avaya Stadium.

The 21-year-old's lone goal in the 78th goal was indicative of his sensational performance,which was partially lost in the spotlight due to Quakes' Jahmir Hyka's heroic last-second game-tying goal.

How to Watch the MLS weekend in Week 7, TV and Streaming Listings

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A Friday triple-header and MLS comes to FOX. Check out our Three Big Storylines, National TV and Streaming Listings and From a Sounders Point of View.

Three Big Storylines:
  1. Friday sees three MLS games on the schedule, two being on National TV and one being the first Cascadia Cup match of the year as the Sounders head to Vancouver (this is not the gamethread you are looking for).

Soccer TV: Philadelphia Union vs NYCFC

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Friday's soccer TV schedule has MLS action with NYCFC visiting the Philadelphia Union. Also on the MLS week 7 schedule, San Jose plays Dallas on UniMas. Earlier in the day, there are games from the Championship, Scottish Premier League, Ligue 1, and La Liga.

Philadelphia Union vs NYCFC at 7pm on ESPN.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 6

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Another week of MLS is in the books as several teams got their attacks on track in statement victories.

The Sporting KC attack overwhelmed the Colorado Rapids en route to a 3-1 win. (READ)

Orlando City locked up another shutout in a 1-0 win over the New York Red Bulls.

Wondolowski-Ureña tandem starting to click for Earthquakes

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SAN JOSE, Calif.—Even though the San Jose Earthquakes began the year with two straight victories, Chris Wondolowski and newly-acquired forward Marco Ureña didn't quite show real cohesion as an attacking duo.

It has taken some time, butSaturday's 1-1 draw with the Seattle Sounders may have been the match where Wondolowski and Ureña finally started to look like a tandem capable of working well together.

Earthquakes Notes: Advantage at Avaya, replacing suspended Bernardez, and more

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The San Jose Earthquakes endured a disappointing two-match road swing, suffering a pair of losses to offset a promising two wins to start the season.

Fortunately for the Earthquakes, they'll be back at home to take on Seattle on Saturday, and are 2-0 at Avaya Stadium this season.

Joe Cannon looks back

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By Clemente Lisi – HARRISON, NJ (Apr 3, 2017) US Soccer Players – The year was 2001 and the San Jose Earthquakes knocked out the Columbus Crew and Miami Fusion to reach MLS Cup. Standing between it and the trophy was the Los Angeles Galaxy. The Earthquakes, led by a young Landon Donovan, pulled off the upset against its Western Division rivals to win the championship.

MLS: San Jose Earthquakes ‘Keeper David Bingham Makes Catastrophic Mess Of Off-Target Shot (Video)

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David Bingham lodged a very strong entrant for goalkeeping balls-up of the season at the weekend, with the San Jose Earthquakes' glovesman somehow managing to direct an off-target effort back into his own goal.

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The ricket came late on during San Jose's MLS clash with Sporting Kansas City at a sold-outChildren's Mercy Park.

Match preview: Philadelphia Union at Orlando City SC-THURSDAY

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We take a look at the upcoming Philadelphia-Orlando match. Here is a few things to watch when the teams take the field in central Florida.

The Best of MLS Week 2: Martinez, NYCFC and more

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The cold in the northern half of the United States wasn't enough to stop two of the hottest performances of MLS Week 2. Atlanta United dismantled Minnesota United's back line for six goals, while New York City FC downed D.C. United with ease in frigid temperatures at Yankee Stadium.

Elsewhere, a Western Conference rookie continued to impress and a few unexpected sides extended their perfect records into Week 3.

Lima scores first goal, continues to impress for Earthquakes

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It was only a matter of time before the second-ever Homegrown signing for the San Jose Earthquakes, Nick Lima, scored a goal.

He's taken shot after shot throughout the preseason, and in last week's season-opening win against the Montreal Impact. However, each shot has either gone just wide of thenet or just high.

Dynamo face unique tactical challenge in Columbus

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Crew SC are unique among MLS clubs in terms of their tactical approach.

The majority of MLS teams play either a 4-2-3-1 or a 4-3-3. Just four of the 22 clubs — D.C. United, New England Revolution, San Jose Earthquakes, and Toronto FC — use something other than one of those formations as their main look.

Jesse Fioranelli tries something different in San Jose

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By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Mar 10, 2017) US Soccer Players - San Jose Earthquakes general manager Jesse Fioranelli wasn't a typical choice for the job when his new club hired him to replace John Doyle in January. Fioranelli joined the Quakes from Roma, where he was part of management team that oversaw player scouting, player development, match analysis, and recruitment.

The SBI Show: Episode 268 (w/special guests Brooks Lennon and Nick Lima)

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The first CONCACAF Under-20 championship in USMNT history and the opening week of the 2017 MLS season take center stage in the latest episode of The SBI Show.

Host Ives Galarcep looks back at the U.S. Under-20s triumphant tournament in Costa Rica, and is joined by U.S. Under-20 winger and Real Salt Lake loanee Brooks Lennon to discuss his return to the USA and the U-20 CONCACAF triumph.

The Best of MLS Week 1: Valeri ,Godoy and more

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The opening weekend of the 2017 Major League Soccer season delivered adecent amount of surprises with wins by the Houston Dynao and San Jose Earthquakes over the Seattle Sounders and Montreal Impact, respectively. Some of the league's top franchises also made statements with impressive victories over the last three days.

Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo vs. the San Jose Earthquakes: Highlights

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Highlights from Houston's 2-0 win over the Earthquakes

Houston Dynamo 2, San Jose Earthquakes 0: Rate the Players and Quick Thoughts

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Quick thoughts on the game and rate the Dynamo's performances against the San Jose Earthquakes

At the beginning of the year I introduced a new way for the Dynamo Theory community to be a part of Player Ratings. After matches everyone will get a chance to submit how each player did on a scale of 1 to 10 which will be averaged out in a later article.

Dynamo remain dominant at home with win over Earthquakes

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After five matches at home, Houston Dynamo haveyet settle for defeat, and a pair of goals from the club's stars made sure that would remain the case on Saturday afternoon.

The Dynamo's 2-0 victory over the San Jose Earthquakesat a humid BBVA Compass Stadium showcased the home sides forceful attack.

Houston Dynamo vs San Jose Earthquakes: How to watch, lineups and more

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Houston host the San Jose Earthquakes


Houston Dynamo vs San Jose Earthquakes


The Houston Dynamo are hosting the San Jose Earthquakes this weekend. Houston are coming off of a draw against Minnesota United. Houston sit above San Jose in the standings by just one point. You can check out our full preview here.

Seattle Sounders

Seattle Sounders vs. San Jose Earthquakes: Player ratings

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The fickle sports gods decided to frustrate me this week. Yes, a point in San Jose via a 1-1 tie might be considered an acceptable outcome, but man, something about the Earthquakes-Sounders games really drives me crazy. It's not just the results, which have been frustratingly in favor of the California team, but also the game flow – or lack thereof.

Sounders regret not coming away with road win at San Jose

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Nicolas Lodeiro's golazo that broke the scoreless deadlock in the 84th minute should've been it. In fact, the Seattle Soundersshould have walked out of Avaya Stadium with a road win and three important road points – especially against Western Conference rival San Jose Earthquakes.

But there were still more thanfive minutes left in the match.

Late Wondolowski equalizer salvages draw for Earthquakes against Sounders

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For 83 minutes, the San Jose Earthquakes and Seattle Sounders played a rather lackluster match with few fireworks. The final seven minutes of regulation, and extra time, wound up offering much more.

Chris Wondolowski converted a Marco Urena pass in the 90th-minute for a last-ditch equalizer in what wound up finishing a 1-1 draw.

Sounders at San Jose Earthquakes, recap: Nico Lodeiro’s golazo offset by Wondo’s late equalizer

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A thuggish San Jose ties the game late when Chris Wondolowski levels it at 1-1

If there is a lesson from the 1-1 draw between the San Jose Earthquakes and the Seattle Sounders it is that one must always mark Chris Wondolowski. In MLS the man just scores goals. Today, he ended a match after Seattle looked likely to win.

Seattle Sounders at San Jose Earthquakes: TV schedule, news, highlights, analysis

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Saturday April 8 (7:30 PM, Q13 Fox & Univision-Seattle) the Seattle Sounders take their first trip down to Avaya Stadium of 2017. The San Jose Earthquakes are 5th in the West with a 2-2-0 +0 record. Seattle is 1-1-2 +1 and 6th in the conference. Victor Bernardez is suspended for the match. CenterLineSoccer is the SB Nation home for the 'Quakes.

San Jose

How the Sounders process heartbreaking results

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San Jose's injury-time equalizer was like a gut punch for the Sounders—but they have to move on.

Even though Saturday's match between the Seattle Sounders and San Jose Earthquakes kind of felt like an inevitable draw, Nicolas Lodeiro's late goal for the Sounders seemed like the perfect snatch-and-grab by the away side.

Sounders want to shake things up in San Jose

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The Earthquakes have historically been a problem team for Seattle, and Brian Schmetzer wants to change that.

Four games into the 2017 season and the Seattle Sounders currently sit in sixth place in the West with five points. Considerably better than their 2016 start, but a little short of the expectations that come with winning the MLS Cup last season.

Sporting Kansas City

Possession doesn’t win MLS games

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Monday's soccer news starts with a simple point from San Jose Earthquakes assistant coach John Spencer. It was Spencer on the sideline for the Quakes in their 2-1 loss at Sporting Kansas City. Spencer stepped in with Dom Kinnear unable to coach due to an illness. What Spencer saw from his squad on Saturday night was an ability to control possession.

Sporting KC holds off Earthquakes for first win of 2017

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Sporting Kansas City tasted victory for the first time in 2017, and have David Bingham to thank for it.

The San Jose Earthquakes goalkeeper committed an 89th-minute blunder that gifted Sporting KC an insurance goal it wound up needing on the way to a 2-1 victory at Children's Mercy Park on Saturday night.

The Rest

The Peel Episode 28: The Formation’s the Thing

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The guys break down the change of formation among other Dynamo talk

This week's Peel! After a solid(ish) home win against the San Jose Earthquakes the guys break down the match and set us for the next big road test versus Toronto FC.

Joining the guys as always is Carson from "The Bull and It's Horns" for the "Down in the Valley" report.

Some Soccer News for Apr 25, 2017

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It's Day 115 of 2017.


A big chance coming up next Saturday for Minnesota to grab a WIN! San Jose Earthquakes current form:
  • Won first 2 games of the season (both at home)
  • Have not won since (6 games)
  • 3 losses and 1 tie on the road
  • The road tie was 0-0 at New England
  • Only scored 4 goals in those 6 winless games
  • Have scored 0 goals in last 2 games
  • Played 4 road games and scored 2 goals

Minn opens up an international spot on the roster:
This week, #MNUFC midfielder Ibson has acquired his green card.

Players of the week: Union U17s

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The Union lost in Chester. The Steel lost in Harrisburg. In Frisco, a group of teenagers brought joy to the field, finishing fourth in the Generation Adidas Cup. The Philadelphia Union U17s are PSP's players of the week.

Jahmir Hyka's last-second equalizer helps Earthquakes tie FC Dallas

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For the second straight match, the San Jose Earthquakes found a way to score in the final minute. On Saturday, it was in the final seconds of stoppage time.

Jahmir Hyka's last-second goal helped the San Jose Earthquakes save a point in their 1-1 draw against unbeaten FC Dallas Friday night in San Jose.

Jordan Morris might be a little too honest

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Referee thanks Sounders forward for correcting a call.

It's not very often that a player corrects a referee in order to get a call to go against his team. But, according to referee Ricardo Salazar, that's exactly what Jordan Morris did in Saturday's game against the San Jose Earthquakes.

Sounders change kickoff times for three 2017 home matches

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This is most likely to avoid traffic issues with nearby Seattle Mariners games

The Seattle Sounders and MLS announced earlier this week that three of the Sounders games have had their scheduled kickoff times changed. This is probably to accommodate the Seattle Mariners, who have home games at Safeco Field on all but one of these dates.

NYCFC comes from behind to defeat Earthquakes

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New York City FC went down early on Saturday afternoon, but David Villa and co. were able to muster a comeback on home turf to earn all three points.

NYCFC won their second match of the season, beating the San Jose Earthquakes, 2-1, on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

The scoring got started early, when Sean Johnson's tame clearance found Alex Callens.

Bingham replaces Guzan on USMNT roster

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San Jose Earthquakes goalkeeper David Bingham has replaced Brad Guzan on the U.S. Men's National Team for the upcoming training camp, U.S. Soccer announced on Thursday.

Guzan will miss the camp as he and his wife await the birth of their second child.

Bingham joins Tim Howard and Nick Rimando in the 24-player camp, which convenes in San Jose, California on Sunday.

Earthquakes rally from two-goal deficit to overwhelm 10-man Whitecaps

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An imperfect start doesn't always mean an imperfect finish. The San Jose Earthquakes proved that at Avaya Stadium Saturday night.

The Earthquakes clawed back from an early two-goal deficit, taking full advantage of a David Ousted red card to score three unanswered goals on the way to a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps, with their comeback capped off by a long-range winner from Anibal Godoy.