SJ Earthquakes PES kits 2018

SJ Earthquakes PES kits
SJ Earthquakes PES kits season 18/19

size: 2048x2048
type: PNG alpha
platform: PC/PS

kits:
goalkeeper (league)
home (league)
away (league)
third (league)


about the team:
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PES ID: ---
Founded: 1995
Website: www.sjearthquakes.com
Address: 451 El Camino Real, Suite 220, 95050, Santa Clara, California
Country: USA
Stadium: Avaya Stadium (California)
Capacity: 18000


team history:
The franchise's roots trace back to 1974, when the North American Soccer League (NASL) awarded an expansion franchise to San Jose, named the Earthquakes. The name Earthquakes originally came from a newspaper contest in the San Jose Mercury News, in which fans were encouraged to send in suggestions for the name of the franchise. Earthquakes was chosen by the team's general manager Dick Berg, but was criticized due to San Jose's proximity to the San Andreas Fault. The NASL folded after the 1984 season and the Earthquakes played in the Western Soccer League (WSL) from 1985–88, under the ownership of Peter Bridgwater who sold the team in 1988.

In 1994, Daniel Van Voorhis, former owner of the American Professional Soccer League's San Jose Hawks, successfully led a San Jose bidding group that was awarded one of Major League Soccer's inaugural teams. At that time, he handed over all existing Hawks player contracts, front-office resources and the rights to play in San Jose State University's Spartan Stadium to MLS in exchange for Type C stock in the league. He also became the franchise's investor/operator until outside concerns forced him to divest himself of these positions prior to the league's launch and accept a buyout from the league, leaving the franchise league-owned for several years. Meanwhile, a direct connection to the earlier Earthquakes came in the person of Peter Bridgwater, named as general manager of the MLS team. Although Bridgwater still owned the rights to the Earthquakes name and logo, the team became known as the Clash at the urging of Nike, a major investor in MLS.


Trophies:
Major League Soccer: 2 Titles
MLS Cup: 2 Titles




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