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San Jose Earthquakes
San Jose Earthquakes
Full name San Jose Earthquakes
Nickname(s) Quakes, The Goonies (2012)
Founded June 15 1994
Stadium Avaya Stadium
(Capacity: 18,000)
Owner Earthquakes Soccer, LLC
Chairman Lewis Wolff
Manager Matías Almeyda
Current League Major League Soccer 
Website Club home page
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The San Jose Earthquakes are an American professional soccer team based in San Jose, California. They are one of the 10 charter members of Major League Soccer, and were originally known as the San Jose Clash. When the trademark on the name "San Jose Earthquakes" expired in 1999, the team changed the name. This is the second team known as by that name; the original Earthquakes played in the old North American Soccer League from 1974-88.

The Earthquakes moved into their new Avaya Stadium for the 2015 season, after having played in Buck Shaw Stadium from 2008-14. This is the first time that the Quakes have played in a team-owned stadium.

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Major League Soccer 2020 Teams
Eastern Conference

Atlanta United FC · Chicago Fire FC · FC Cincinnati · Columbus Crew SC · D.C. United · Inter Miami CF · Montreal Impact · New England Revolution · New York City FC · New York Red Bulls · Orlando City SC · Philadelphia Union · Toronto FC

Western Conference

Colorado Rapids · FC Dallas · Houston Dynamo · LA Galaxy · Los Angeles FC · Minnesota United FC · Nashville SC · Portland Timbers · Real Salt Lake · San Jose Earthquakes · Seattle Sounders FC · Sporting Kansas City · Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Future teams

Austin FC (2021) · Charlotte (2021) · Sacramento Republic FC (MLS) (2022) · St. Louis (2022)

MLS Cup Winners

1996: D.C. United · 1997: D.C. United · 1998: Chicago Fire · 1999: D.C. United · 2000: Kansas City Wizards · 2001: San Jose Earthquakes · 2002: Los Angeles Galaxy · 2003: San Jose Earthquakes · 2004: D.C. United · 2005: Los Angeles Galaxy · 2006: Houston Dynamo · 2007: Houston Dynamo · 2008: Columbus Crew · 2009: Real Salt Lake · 2010: Colorado Rapids · 2011: LA Galaxy · 2012: LA Galaxy · 2013: Sporting Kansas City · 2014: LA Galaxy ·

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