On Wednesday, the Quakes announced their match against Sporting Kansas City on March 21 was postponed due to a ban on mass gatherings of 1000 or more people in Santa Clara County.

The postponement has now expanded to Major League Soccer with their schedule suspended for 30 days.  The affected games include Philadelphia (away), Sporting Kansas City, Minnesota (away), and DC United.  The USL Championship also followed suit, while the only NPSL team affected is Project 51O with their home matches in March to be held behind closed doors.  As of now, the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) has not made any announcement regarding their season, but we will post an update if any news happens.

Also events at Earthquakes Stadium has been postponed or cancelled for this month and April including matches involving Chivas and the US women.  Refunds will be made at the point of purchase, and any tickets for the postponed match will be honored at the reschedule date.

Update 3/12 2:15pm: The Beautiful Blog has their update.  Also NISA has also followed suit suspending the season for 30 days.  The Roots games affected are Detroit City (away), 1904 FC (away), Detroit City, and possibly Cal United.

Update 3/12 2:20pm: Now, the NPSL has suspended play for the remainder of the month.  Impacted games include El Farolito, the aforementioned Project 51O, and the rest of the teams in the division (Academica SC, FC Davis, Sonoma County, Napa Valley, and Sacramento Gold).

As of now, no word on the US Open Cup and UPSL.  Keep posted on this page for any updates.

Update 3/13 4pm: The UPSL and US Open Cup have now suspended play.