Earthquakes II is a professional soccer team based in San Jose, California that competes in the MLS Next Pro league, the third division of American soccer. The team is owned by and operates as the reserve team of the Major League Soccer club San Jose Earthquakes.
Earthquakes II Youth Development System
Earthquakes II Recruitment Trials
At the time of this writing, there is no official academy/trial information for Earthquakes II. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official news section for more information.
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Earthquakes II History
On December 6, 2021, it was announced that the San Jose Earthquakes will be one of the 21 clubs who would participate in the new Major League Soccer Next Pro league beginning with the 2022 season.
Earthquakes II Stadium
In San Jose, California, United States, there is a soccer stadium known as PayPal Park, which was formerly known as Earthquakes Stadium and Avaya Stadium. It is the current home of the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer. On the Airport West property, which is situated to the west of San Jose International Airport, the stadium may be found.
The official opening of PayPal Park was on February 27, 2015, and the venue can accommodate roughly 18,000 guests. The stadium has some of the most steeply sloped seating in Major League Soccer in addition to having a canopy overhead, which allows spectators to get a better view of the field. In addition, the space behind the northeast goal features the largest outdoor bar in all of North America, as well as a fan zone that spans 2 acres (0.81 ha) and a video scoreboard that can be viewed from both sides.
The club seats and suites are placed at the same level as the pitch. The stadium is included in a mixed-use development that also includes residential, retail, research and development, and hotel space. The stadium was built privately, and the city of San Jose did not contribute any funds from the general public toward its construction. In addition, the owner of the San Jose Earthquakes, Lewis Wolff, has pledged to pay for the upkeep of the stadium for the next fifty-five years.
The completion date was initially pushed out to the middle of the 2014 Major League Soccer season by the team organization. However, this timeline was eventually pushed back to the 2015 season. As a nod to the club’s long and illustrious past in the North American Soccer League (NASL), the seat pattern has a combination of three distinct hues of blue as well as a few red seats. In addition to that, the pattern incorporates the binary representation of the message “Go EQ.”