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Quakes to face NYCFC at Avaya Stadium

Quakes to face NYCFC at Avaya Stadium

Coming off a Week 4 bye, the San Jose Earthquakes are attempting to do what four others this season have failed to do — defeat NYCFC — and they hope Avaya Stadium can again be the fortress it was a year ago when they lost just twice at home.

Quakes face Whitecaps in do-or-die postseason matchup

Quakes face Whitecaps in do-or-die postseason matchup

The Earthquakes dramatically punched their ticket to the Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs with a 3-2 win over Minnesota United FC on Sunday at Avaya Stadium. Late game heroics from Quakes forwards Chris Wondolowski and Marco Ureña helped the Quakes finish the regular season in sixth place in the Western Conference with a 13-14-7 record, earning the team’s first berth in the postseason since 2012.

AUDIO: Hosen ties game with goal in 37th minute

AUDIO: Hosen ties game with goal in 37th minute

Danny Hoesen opened his account for the Quakes in the 37th minute of the Quakes May 27th loss to the LA Galaxy, tying the game at 2-2. Listen to the call from Ted Ramey on KNBR, who mistakenly thought it was Chris Wondolowski who scored it.

Earthquakes, Red Bulls set to clash in battle of playoff contenders

Earthquakes, Red Bulls set to clash in battle of playoff contenders

When San Jose made the shift away from previous head coach Dominic Kinnear to new head coach Chris Leitch, no one really knew what to expect. Leitch, as a first time head coach, was not a known entity in terms of his philosophy or tactics, but under him, the Quakes have quickly become one of the most entertaining teams in the league, as well as one of the most dangerous.