This Week 6-10-19

We covered 3 games in one day, first in San Jose to see the Quakes draw against FC Dallas, then up to San Francisco to catch AFC Hearts host JASA Redwood City, and then the nightcap in Oakland where the Stompers played Napa Valley 1839 FC.

Our friends at the Beautiful Blog have the recap on this weekend’s highlights.

Bay Area Soccer: Quakes’ Wondo MLS Player of the Month, JASA RWC beat AFC SF Hearts, UPSL, NPSL, SF City

The USA women kick off their defense of their World Cup title Tuesday against Thailand at noon.  The game can be seen in the San Francisco Bay Area on Fox 2.  We will be at the US Open Cup match between the Quakes and Sacramento Republic on Tuesday kickoff is at 7:15pm.

Team USA’s Bay Area ties run deep as quest for World Cup title begins (

NEWS: Earthquakes Forward Chris Wondolowski Named MLS Player of the Month (

Stompers v Napa Valley 1839 FC

The Stompers defeat Napa Valley 3-1.  Napa took an early 1-0 lead only to have the Stompers respond with 3 unanswered goals.  The win keeps the Stompers in playoff contention.

Photos including Instagram.


The Stompers return to San Francisco with a game at Kezar against El Farolito noon start time. Napa Valley continues their road trip against San Ramon FC 7pm kickoff.

Quakes v FC Dallas

The Quakes continued their unbeaten streak with a 2-2 draw with FC Dallas.  Chris Wondolowski continued his goal scoring tear with his goal in the 46th minute while Magnus Eriksson was gifted with his through the officials through Video Review in the 52nd.  The Wondo tally increases his career total to 152 goals.

FC Dallas did get one thanks to an own goal by Quakes keeper Daniel Vega in the 27th minute while  Francis Atuahene scored the game tying goal in the 65th.

Photo set.

The Quakes are on a league break until June 26 when they meet the other Texas team Houston Dynamo at home.  They still have an Open Cup date against Sacramento Republic FC on Tuesday June 11 7:15pm kickoff. FC Dallas are also on league break until June 22 when they host Toronto FC 5pm kickoff.  They also enter the US Open Cup this Wednesday June 12 hosting OKC Energy 5pm start.

Latest News

An article has been posted from our buddies at the Beautiful Blog.

Bay Area Soccer: SJ Quakes face busy schedule without Lima, NPSL / UPSL playoff push

And yes, there is something happening in France about now.  The US women begin play against Thailand on Tuesday.  These players have local Bay Area connections be past or present.  While there is no top flight team right now there are still clubs to support at various levels.  The women’s college game is still thriving from the likes of Stanford and Santa Clara, to the lower tier San Francisco Nighthawks. While we miss FC Gold Pride and hopefully await the next top flight team to play here, the game is still worth checking out.

In the meantime there is our Instagram and the recent game with the San Francisco Nighthawks. Of course, we pick the USA to win a fourth title and to repeat as champions.

SF City v Southern California Seahorses.

The Seahorses steal a road point with a 2-2 draw over SF City.

Photos including the Instagram posts.


SF City will hit the road again on Friday June 9 vs Orange County U23s 7pm kickoff.  With a loss to the Glens and draw to City the Seahorses leave San Francisco for Ventura County for a Wednesday June 5 meeting at 7pm and then return home to host Santa Cruz on Friday June 7 – 7pm kickoff.

SF Glens v Southern California Seahorses

The Glens win in dramatic fashion with a late goal 1-0.  The victory was their first of the season.

Photos including the Instagram posts


The Seahorses have a quick turnaround as they stay in San Francisco to play City up the road at Kezar Stadium on Saturday June 1. Kickoff will be later, at 2pm to accommodate anyone who wants to watch the Champions League Final between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur (London). The Glens will head down the road to play Santa Cruz Sunday June 2 at 1pm in a rematch of the home opener where the teams played to a scoreless draw.