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  San Jose Earthquakes (1996-2005)
In an all-California match, the Earthquakes faced the Los Angeles Galaxy at Columbus Crew Stadium in the capital of Ohio.
Six minutes into the extra session, San Jose substitute and Canadian International Dwayne DeRosario took a long pass and dribbled between LA's Danny Califf, took a shot that found its way through two LA defenders, 'keeper Kevin Hartman's fingertips, the far post and into the net, and the Quakes won the Cup.
The Wizards and Earthquakes would then battle deep into the night until Landon Donovan scored a goal in the 117th minute to advance to MLS Cup for the second time in three years.
www.sportsecyclopedia.com /mls/sanjose/earthquakes.html   (1478 words)

 Revolution didn't put away San Jose - The Boston Globe
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The Revolution have two weeks to contemplate their 2-2 tie with the San Jose Earthquakes Saturday night.
The Revolution appeared poised to snap an eight-game winless streak against the Earthquakes, especially after San Jose defender Troy Dayak was ejected for elbowing Shalrie Joseph in the 63d minute.
In last year's playoffs, San Jose trailed Los Angeles by four goals in a total-goal series in the 21st minute of the final game, but overcame the deficit with five goals in a 75-minute span.
www.boston.com /sports/soccer/articles/2004/07/26/revolution_didnt_put_away_san_jose   (584 words)

 San Jose Earthquakes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The San Jose Earthquakes was a professional soccer club located in San Jose, California that participated in Major League Soccer from 1996 to 2005.
The last owner of the San Jose Earthquakes, Anschutz Entertainment Group, announced on December 15, 2005 that the team was moving to Houston for the 2006 season.
The San Jose Earthquakes logo and wordmark were created by Terry Smith Creations (official website), the same Sunnyvale, California based graphic design company that created the logos for the San Jose Sharks, the San Jose SaberCats and the San Jose Stealth, among many other clients.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/San_Jose_Earthquakes   (666 words)

 ESPNsoccernet - US - San Jose Earthquakes moving to Houston
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The San Jose Earthquakes are moving to Houston.
It is unhappy with the condition of the Spartan Stadium on the campus of San Jose State University and with the team's share of proceeds from parking and concession fees.
San Jose will keep the Earthquakes team name, logo and colors, and the city already has signed a letter of intent with the hopes of attracting a MLS expansion team, perhaps as early as 2007.
soccernet.espn.go.com /news/story?id=352315&cc=5901   (443 words)

 Earthquakes Soccer, LLC - The Official Site of Earthquakes Soccer, LLC - Home
The initial Earthquakes Soccer operational team and venue design team have been established, and an Earthquakes office in downtown San Jose will be opening in the coming weeks.
On Wed., Nov. 8, 2006, Earthquakes Soccer LLC held the official Grand Opening of the new Earthquakes and A's South Bay offices at the Fairmont San Jose.
Earthquakes Soccer LLC owner and Oakland Athletics owner and managing partner Lew Wolff was on hand to greet the crowd of approximately 300 fans, former Earthquake players, city and county officials, corporate executives and members of the media.
www.sjearthquakes.com   (318 words)

 cbs5.com - San Jose Loses Soccer -- Quakes Head To Houston   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
San Jose officials had wanted to keep professional soccer from leaving town, even considering subsidizing a new stadium for the Earthquakes.
San Jose, the Western Conference regular-season champion, lost to the eventual MLS Cup champion Los Angeles Galaxy in the conference semifinals last month.
This week, San Jose city officials gave up on plans for a soccer-only stadium to be built partly with public funds that could have allowed an investor to purchase the team and keep it in the Bay Area.
cbs5.com /local/local_story_349145111.html   (528 words)

 San Jose, California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
San Jose was founded in 1777 as the first town in the Spanish colony of Nueva California, which later became Alta California.
She moved from Connecticut to San Jose and began a construction project of such magnitude that it was to occupy the lives of carpenters and craftsmen until her death: the house was continually under construction for thirty-eight years.
San Jose was the host of ArenaBowl XVI on August 18, 2002 in which the San Jose SaberCats defeated the Arizona Rattlers, 52-14.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/San_Jose,_California   (7184 words)

 kenn.com > soccer > mls attendance analysis > san jose earthquakes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
San Jose's 9,635 average in 2001 is not the worst average attendance by an MLS Cup champion - that "honor" belongs to the 2000 Kansas City Wizards and their 9,112 average.
On the other side of the coin, their 2002 average of 11,150 is the highest ever by a team that finished last in league attendance (in one of only two years - 1996 being the other - that every team in the league finished above 10,000 per game).
San Jose's first-year average was bolstered a bit by the MLS Inaugural Match and the first meeting with the Galaxy.
www.kenn.com /soccer/mls/sanjose.html   (288 words)

 San Jose Earthquakes
The San Jose organization was established in 1994, when San Jose became a charter member of Major League Soccer on June 15.
The San Jose team is part of the Western Conference.
The Earthquakes play their home games at Spartan Stadium on the South Campus of San Jose State University.
www.soccersaurus.com /infosanjoseearthquakes.html   (172 words)

 San Jose Earthquakes moving to San Francisco?
San Francisco Chronicle: "Mayor Gavin Newsom confirmed Thursday that he has met with Quakes president and general manager Alexi Lalas and other team representatives to talk about moving the Major League Soccer squad north from San Jose." A soccer-specific stadium in China Basin was discussed.
It's a shame to think that the San Francisco Bay Area -- supposedly the richest metropolitan area per capita in the United States -- can't even find the means to finance a soccer-specific 30,000-40,000 seat stadium.
Aside from that, I believe that San Jose, although the largest Bay Area cityby population, is simply too far away from the majority of Bay Area residents.
www.niallkennedy.com /blog/archives/2004/07/san_jose_earthq.html   (434 words)

 CNNSI.com - Soccer - MLS - San Jose Clash - -
The team was known as the San Jose Clash during the first four seasons of MLS.
The Earthquakes will hope to fare better in 2000 than the Clash did in 1999, when the team finished fifth in the Western Conference and failed to make the playoffs.
Earthquakes midfielder Eddie Lewis was named to the 1999 MLS Best 11, the all-league team.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /soccer/mls/teams/clash   (295 words)

 SI.com - Soccer - MLS - San Jose Earthquakes
San Jose (14-7-9, 51 points) finished atop the conference and will have home-field advantage for the first two rounds of the postseason.
After the 1-1 tie on Saturday, 11 of the last 13 matches between the Earthquakes and the Galaxy have been decided by one goal or have ended in ties.
San Jose has experienced great success at Spartan Stadium in the postseason, compiling a 3-1 record at home and outscoring opponents 9-2 in those four matches.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /soccer/mls/teams/earthquakes   (525 words)

 News & Culture in Silicon Valley | Silicon Alleys
THE ORIGINAL San Jose Earthquakes of the old North American Soccer League played their first home game on May 11, 1974.
The memories of San Jose Earthquakes games are endless, especially during the old days.
Spartan Stadium was part of the Earthquakes tradition, and despite all its shortcomings, Spartan was a spectacular place to watch the Quakes because the fans were in extremely close proximity to the field, enabling them to inflict spirited ridicule on the opposing players and the referees.
www.metroactive.com /metro/11.08.06/alleys-0645.html   (474 words)

 Footing shaky in San Jose - The Boston Globe
The San Jose Earthquakes, winners of two of the last three MLS Cups, could be leaving the Bay Area after this season.
The Anschutz Entertainment Group, disappointed with low attendance and difficulty securing a deal to build a soccer-specific stadium, is ready to move the team, the San Jose Mercury News reported.
Los Angeles-based AEG, which owns five Major League Soccer teams, would like to sell the Earthquakes to a local investor (reportedly for $30 millon), sell to Mexico's Club America (which would presumably move the team to Houston), or continue to own the franchise and move it to San Antonio or Houston.
www.boston.com /sports/soccer/articles/2004/08/22/footing_shaky_in_san_jose   (298 words)

 USATODAY.com - Earthquakes decide to stay put in San Jose   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The San Jose Earthquakes are staying in the Bay Area for at least one more year after announcing Tuesday that they would play the 2005 season at Spartan Stadium.
AEG has not ruled out selling the team but is committed to playing at least one more season in San Jose.
San Jose made the playoffs but lost in the first round to Kansas City.
www.usatoday.com /sports/soccer/mls/quakes/2004-11-09-san-jose_x.htm   (273 words)

 San Jose Earthquakes News
San Jose Earthquakes news continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
It was 11 months ago that the San Jose Earthquakes were told to pack their bags and hit the road.
T HE ORIGINAL San Jose Earthquakes of the old North American Soccer League played their first home game on May 11, 1974.
www.topix.net /us-soccer/san-jose-earthquakes   (753 words)

 Metroactive Features | San Jose Earthquakes
McCarthy, a sandy-haired attorney at the downtown San Jose law firm Robinson and Wood Inc., decided last January not to run for re-election as president of Club Quake, the team's official fan club.
He believes that the Quakes are a fantastic asset to the city of San Jose, as the players constantly work with the local communities and youth teams.
On Aug. 19, the day before Soccer Silicon Valley was to stage the downtown rally, AEG came to San Jose to break the bad news that it was indeed intending to sell the club after the 2004 season.
www.metroactive.com /papers/metro/01.12.05/quakes-0502.html   (5022 words)

 eBay - san jose earthquakes, Fan Apparel Souvenirs, Sports Mem, Cards Fan Shop items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
San Jose Earthquakes 2005 Adidas Training Jersey #17 L
San Jose Earthquakes 2005 Adidas Training Jersey #22 M
San Jose Earthquakes Troy Dayak Bobble Bobblehead SGA
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 SAN JOSE your perfect meeting space
San Jose, the Gateway to the Bay Area and third largest city in Northern California, is home to several professional sports teams, including the NHL’s San Jose Sharks, the AFL’s San Jose SaberCats, the NLL’s San Jose Stealth and the MLS’ San Jose Earthquakes.
Moreover, San Jose has strong relationships with community partners specializing in sports marketing such as the San Jose Sports Authority and Silicon Valley Sports and Entertainment, both of which have been strong supporters of San Jose's sports scene.
San Jose is so flexible that we can accommodate any meeting planner's needs.
www.sanjose.org /meetings/type/type.php?x=sa   (235 words)

 San Jose Earthquakes: News: 07/15/2004
The San Jose Earthquakes got goals from three different players to earn a 3-0 win against a 10-man Portland Timbers of the A-League in the round-of-16 of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday night at PGE Park in Portland.
After some early pressure by the Timbers, the Quakes began to attack when Corrales provided San Jose with a good opportunity in the 15th minute with a long drive from 28 yards out.
The Quakes return to San Jose this weekend for a match against the Colorado Rapids on Saturday at 1 p.m.
web.mlsnet.com /news/team_news.jsp?ymd=20040715&content_id=8319&vkey=news_sje&fext=.jsp&team=sje   (646 words)

 SlideTackle Magazine - San Jose Earthquakes News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
AEG, the investor-operator of the San Jose Earthquakes, announced today that the city of Houston, Texas will become the new home of the team.
In fact, the City of San Jose and Major League Soccer have signed a Letter of Intent which provides a wide variety of support elements to attract a local investor for an MLS expansion team.
The Earthquakes name, colors and competition records have been retained by MLS for this future expansion team.
www.slidetacklemagazine.com /quake_news.htm   (817 words)

 ESPNsoccernet: San Jose Team Page
San Jose fans aren't the only ones upset by the Earthquakes' move to Houston, the players themselves are not thrilled, writes Andrea Canales.
Houston is the front-runner to land Major League Soccer's San Jose Earthquakes if the franchise's owners decide to move it.
The San Jose Earthquakes announced today that they placed forward Roger Levesque and midfielder Orlando Ramirez on waivers.
soccernet.espn.go.com /team?id=191&cc=5901   (186 words)

 San Jose Earthquakes Press Releases
CARSON, Calif. Frank Yallop, who guided the San Jose Earthquakes to two Major League Soccer championships, was hired on Wednesday as coach of the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Denver financier Phil Anschutz, who owned the San Jose Earthquakes and owns the San Francisco Examiner, will be inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in August.
Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal - May 19, 2006 by Andrew F. Hamm San Jose State University is on the verge of hiring a management firm for Spartan Stadium one year after turning down a similar proposal...
www.topix.net /us-soccer/san-jose-earthquakes/pr   (1633 words)

 Official Web Site of The Casbah, Supporters of the 2-time MLS Champion San Jose Earthquakes
San Jose has been trodden on almost since its inception.
AEG has ripped my heart out because the team and the fans I cheered with had become part of my family.
The spirit amongst San Jose fans was unrivaled in the league.
www.thecasbah.org   (459 words)

 San Jose Earthquakes
The San Jose Earthquakes became a Major League Soccer team in 1995.
  The Earthquakes were one of the ten charter members of Major League Soccer.
The coaches for the San Jose Earthquakes are the best in the league.
www.arches.uga.edu /~jake08/index2.htm   (187 words)

 San Jose Earthquakes: News: 04/15/2005
The Earthquakes' Alexi Lalas and Travis Watkins pose with JoAnne Goldberg and Bob Frankle of the Menlo Park AYSO.
The Earthquakes Student of the Game program was established in 2002 to provide Bay Area youth soccer leagues with an education-based curriculum that will further enhance youth players, coaches and parents soccer knowledge and appreciation for the game.
The Earthquakes program motivates and educates by providing partner leagues with exclusive access to the Quakes coaches and players through coaching clinics and appearances, among other benefits.
sanjose.earthquakes.mlsnet.com /MLS/news/team_news.jsp?ymd=20050415&content_id=26749&vkey=news_sje&fext=.jsp&team=sje   (419 words)

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