San Jose’s 2-1 loss to NYCFC at Yankee Stadium Saturday kept the Quakes at 44 points.
The San Jose Earthquakes are taking the league by storm and making opposing teams eat their words.
Danny Hoesen stepped up late once again, giving the Quakes a smash-and-grab, extra-time, 1-0 victory.
After scoring 10 goals while starting 31 games last season, Valeri Qazaishvili was a shoo-in to play a key role for the Earthquakes in 2019.
After an abysmal 2018 season, Chris Wondolowski found his chase of history bittersweet. But with a new season, new coach, and new outlook, his wait …
San Jose started the 2019 campaign in a severe hole. Since then, the results have completely flipped.
The clash between the two worst teams in the MLS’ Western Conference — points-wise — lived up to any expectations one could have.
Atlanta is the best team in the MLS for a reason, and they were able to steal a 4-3 win from San Jose with a roaring second-half comeback and a game-winning Josef Martinez goal.
A Valeri Qazaishvili brace along with a cluster of action gave the Earthquakes a much-needed 4-3 victory Saturday night.
San Jose could not find the goal they have desperately coveted for the past three games, earning an uninspiring 0-0 draw.
Danny Hoesen netted a brace, scoring his 8th and 9th goals of the season while throwing his name into the race for the MLS Golden Boot.
Things looked so good for the Earthquakes just a few days ago.
After 56 consecutive starts, Earthquakes all-time leading scorer Chris Wondolowski began Saturday’s game on the bench.
The Quakes did everything but finish their chances Friday night against visiting New York City FC, collecting a 0-0 draw when they certainly were hoping for more.
An Arsenal goal in the 87th minute sunk the MLS All-Star team in a 2-1 defeat at Avaya Stadium.
Kinnear’s connection to the city of San Jose extends beyond his return as head coach in 2015. He’s a California kid.
The patchwork of San Jose’s defense could only stretch so far without an offensive answer.
The Earthquakes were down a goal late to the Los Angeles Galaxy. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
San Jose continued their run of dominance at Avaya Stadium with a win over against the MLS-champion Portland Timbers.
Chris Wondolowski has been face of the San Jose Earthquakes offense for years. Looks like things aren’t changing any time soon.