San Jose Earthquakes Betting Odds | Bet On San Jose Earthquakes Games

The San Jose Earthquakes are more commonly known as ‘The Quakes.’ They have been competing in the MLS since the beginning. In 1996, they played against DC United in their first MLS match. They won 1-0. The roots of the Quakes go back to 1974, when they were part of the North American Soccer League. After a lengthy stint at Buck Shaw Stadium on Santa Clara University’s campus, California, the Quakes now play their home games in the Avaya Stadium. Two MLS titles have been won by the Quakes in 2001 and 2003.

San Jose Earthquakes: Next Regular Season Game

Below is the schedule for the Quakes’ next game. To get an idea of the probable starting lineups, keep an eye on social media and press releases from club before you place a wager.

Online Tips for San Jose Earthquakes Betting

Most MLS teams have a strong, sometimes winning, record at home but struggle on the road. The San Jose Earthquakes had a 2016 record of 7-3-7 at home and a meagre 1-9-7 on their road records.

When San Jose plays fierce rivals LA Galaxy, form tends to be lost. San Jose was defeated once last season and won a share of the spoils two times.

Online betting on San Jose Earthquakes

Here is a list with trusted sportsbooks that you can use to place your wagers on the Quakes. The sites below all offer great odds, many markets, and quick payouts. You should keep an eye out for periodic bonuses and free bets. Who doesn’t love free money?

The San Jose Earthquakes is an American professional soccer club based in San Jose. The Earthquakes are a member club in the Western Conference of Major League Soccer. As one of the charter clubs, the franchise was established in 1996. The Earthquakes were part of the first game in MLS history. They defeated D.C. United 1-0. Two MLS Cup titles have been won by the Earthquakes in 2001 and 2003. They also received two Supporters’ Shields, in 2005 and 2012. The team reached the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions Cup in 2002. The LA Galaxy is the team’s fierce rival.

Anschutz Entertainment Group was the owner of the Earthquakes in 2005. It announced plans to move the team to Houston after failing to find a soccer-specific stadium to play at San Jose. The league would consider Houston Dynamo an expansion team and eventually made it the Houston Dynamo. After a two-year break, the Earthquakes returned to play and resumed play in 2008. The current Quakes head coach is Matias Almeyda from Argentina. The Earthquakes’ home games have been played at PayPal Park since 2015. It was previously known as Avaya Stadium (2015 to 2019) and Earthquakes Stadium (2020). From 2008 to 2014, the team played its home games in Santa Clara University’s Buck Shaw Stadium.

Last Updated on November 18, 2021

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