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San Jose Earthquakes team was formed in 1974, following the award of expansion franchise to San Jose by North American Soccer League, who simply called the franchise the Earthquakes. After 1984, the NASL wrapped up so that the team joined Western Soccer League and remained there till 1988, at the end of which it was sold. The same year, WSL gave a franchise to real estate lawyer, Dan Van Voorhis, who named the new team Blackhawks. The team then participated in the 1989 WSL season. In 1991, Laurie Calloway, a former Earthquakes player, was hired as the team’s coach. The team was later taken out of successor league of the WSL, and made it join the APSL instead, where it came to be known as the San Jose Hawks. The team and its title went through several phases of development and change until 1999, when it was officially renamed the Earthquakes again.
Currently, San Jose Earthquakes play their home games at the Buck Shaw Stadium that has a seating capacity of just over ten thousand. The team owners are looking into relocating the team’s home station to a bigger arena for which, they are finally focusing on an area close to the International Airport of San Jose, which can hold an audience of at least twenty-two thousand. The new arena is designed according to the European style stadium architecture with three sides that have a grass berm on the open side. This plan is expected to make San Jose Earthquakes tickets more easily available and popular owing to the resizing and construction design of the venue.
Some of the best noted former players of San Jose Earthquakes are Landon Donovan, Brian Mullan, Travis Mulraine, Michael Emenalo, Curt Onalfo, Wade Barrett and Jeff Agoos. Get hold of those San Jose Earthquakes tickets and cheer the unstoppable team players while they kick, throw and makes goals.