Earthquakes Greatest Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

$50.00


Relive four of the greatest moments in San Jose soccer history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1st Championship
The Greatest Comeback
Wondo's 27th Goal
2 Goals in Stoppage Time

Rest your pint on history.

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2001 MLS Cup Final
Columbus Crew Stadium, Columbus, OH
San Jose vs. Los Angeles
2 - 1
June 23, 1905
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In San Jose's first trip to the MLS Cup Final they faced their rival Los Angeles. Los Angeles struck first in the 21st but Landon Donovan equaled it just before halftime. The second half went scoreless and the game moved into golden goal territory. In the 93rd Dwayne De Rosario received the long ball and took defender Danny Califf on one-on-one. When his shot hit the back of the net and San Jose had won their first MLS Cup Championship.
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2003 Western Conference Semifinals
Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA
San Jose vs. Los Angeles
5 - 2
June 25, 1905
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On their way to their second MLS Cup Championship, San Jose had to get past Los Angeles in the Semifinals. Los Angeles took the first game 2 - 0, and in the first 13 minutes of Game 2 went up another 2. San Jose now needed 5 points to make it to the next round. What followed was an epic comeback. Jeff Agoos, Landon Donovan, Jamil Walker and Chris Roner all scored to take the game to extra time. In the 96th Donovan slotted a perfect psas to Rodrigo Faria who slotted it past the keeper and won the game for San Jose.
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2012 Regular Season
Jeld-Wen Field, Portland, OR
San Jose vs. Portland
1 - 1
July 4, 1905
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Chris Wondolowski is one of the greatest San Jose players and one of the greatest goal scorers in all of the MLS. On October 27th he tied the all-time single-season goal record, netting his 27th on a PK against Portland. His goal tied Roy Lassiter's mark set in 1996, making Wondolowski the most dominant single-season scorer in 16 years.
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2013 California Clásico
Stanford Stadium, Stanford, CA
San Jose vs. Los Angeles
2 - 2
July 5, 1905
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In the 2014 Clasico Los Angeles was up 2 - 1 as the clock wound down. It wasn't looking good for San Jose, who were already playing down a man thanks to a red card on Victor Bernardez in the 77th. But San Jose didn't give up and became the first team to win an MLS game in extra time with only 10 men. First Shea Salinas scored in the 92nd and then Alan Gordon hit the game winner in the 93rd.
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