San Jose Earthquakes

Rubio Rubin’s Bicycle Kick Golazo Is Early Contender For MLS Goal Of The Season

Chris Wondolowski scored two late goals to rally the San Jose Earthquakes to a 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake on Friday night at Salt Lake City.

Wondolowski entered the match in the 72rd minute and quickly sparked the San Jose attack. He knotted the score on a rebound in the 83rd minute and headed in the winner in the 87th.

The two goals — Wondolowski's first two of the season — increased his MLS all-time record tally to 168 and gave the Earthquakes (3-1-0, 9 points) their third straight victory. Wondolowski has 12 career goals against Real Salt Lake.

It’s Very Easy To See Why Barcelona’s Interested In 17-Year-Old Cade Cowell

On Monday, 17-year-old San Jose Earthquakes forward Cade Cowell was handed Player of the Week honors for Matchday 3 of the 2021 MLS season. 

With one goal and two assists in San Jose’s 4-1 win over D.C. United, the teenager now has a league-leading three assists and two goals from six shots on target after three games.

MLS Designated Players 2021: Complete List For All 27 Clubs

The year that was 2020 disrupted a lot of the financial models for Major League Soccer and resulted in a new Collective Bargaining Agreement ratified back in February, but the 26th season of MLS is now underway while looking largely similar to previous editions, particularly with regards to the MLS Designated Players list 2021.

17-Year-Old Cade Cowell Gets Hype Train Rolling With Pretty Goal, Assist In San Jose Win

Cade Cowell scored his first goal of the season and added an assist in his new role as a starting striker to lead the host San Jose Earthquakes to a 3-1 victory over FC Dallas on Saturday.

Oswaldo Alanís scored from the penalty spot and Cristian Espinoza added a second-half goal after missing a first-half penalty for the Earthquakes (1-1-0, 3 points), who won their first home opener since 2018.

Los 9 Técnicos Latinos Que Sueñan Con El Título De La MLS 2021

En 25 ediciones de la MLS, solo un entrenador latino tuvo el privilegio de ser campeón. El hombre en cuestión es Gerardo Martino, quien puso de rodillas a la liga con su fantástico Atlanta United en 2018. 

La temporada 2021, la 26 de la competencia, ya está en curso y nos preguntamos si hay algún técnico que pueda seguir los pasos del Tata. Al inicio del torneo hay nueve estrategas con conexión latina y aquí vemos cuáles son sus credenciales.

Cada Derrota Del San Jose Earthquakes De Almeyda Es Una Semilla De Ilusión Entre Los Fans De Chivas

Matías Almeyda comenzó su tercera temporada al mando de los San Jose Earthquakes de la MLS, con una derrota por 2-1 ante el Houston Dynamo. El partido fue una montaña rusa, tal como cada campaña del argentino al mando del club. Todo reflejo de su estilo directo y de marca al hombre que a veces puede salir horrible, como ocurrió en el primer tiempo, y que a veces regala momentos de brillantez única, como sucedió en el complemento.

Chris Wondolowski Opens His 17th MLS Season With Another Devastating Miss

Chris Wondolowski is the greatest goal scorer in MLS history, and he likely will be for some time. But while his finishing ability in the box in unparalleled, so too is his country’s desire to scapegoat him for that one miss against Belgium at the 2014 World Cup. So it’s impossible to ignore another incredible Wondo miss, made in the first game of his 17th MLS campaign on Friday night.

MLS Delivers Most Accessible Season Ever With 100+ Games On National TV

The 26th season of Major League Soccer begins on Friday, April 16, with a nationally televised match between the Seattle Sounders and Minnesota United on FS1 (a rematch of last year’s unbelievable Western Conference final). The MLS national TV schedule 2021 grows from there with FOX Sports, ABC/ESPN and TUDN all broadcasting a historic amount of games.  

How All 27 MLS Clubs Are Preparing To Welcome Back Fans For Home Openers

The 2021 MLS season marks the return of fans to stadiums across the league and, God willing, the death of fake crowd noise. Beginning with the start of the regular season on Friday, April 16, teams across the country will welcome back supporters at grounds with capacity generally limited to somewhere between 10 and 50 percent.