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These matches were announced last week.

First up the Quakes will once again host a La Liga (Spain) club when Celta Vigo comes to town on July 20.

NEWS: Earthquakes to Face RC Celta de Vigo in International Friendly on July 20 (sjearthquakes.com)

While San Francisco will once again host soccer when Club America and Real Madrid play at Oracle Park.  Club America is no stranger to these parts having played in the Bay Area many times over including 2002 and 2010 at Candlestick Park against the Quakes and their aforementioned opponent respectively.  The Bay Area is a popular destination for the Mexican club with matches in 2011 at the same current location against Manchester City, and 2015 at PayPal Park against the San Jose Earthquakes.

In addition to their 2010 meeting against America, Real Madrid has been a popular staple here with games in 2014 against Inter Milan at Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium and 2017 against Manchester United at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.

In past years the tours have been promoted under the International Champions Cup banner, but with events returning to the fold AEG (Anschutz Entertainment Group) will be running one preseason tour in 2022.

This Week 6-13-22

Only one game this past week in Oakland for the Roots comeback against the Toros.

The Quakes and Nashville play to a scoreless draw in the Music City. Doug at Soccer Bay Area has his take:

San Jose Earthquakes tie Nashville SC

While he has his take on the Roots game, as do Jon at the Roots blog:

Oakland Roots Score Two Late Goals to Earn a Draw with Rio Grande Valley FC

Game Notes & Player Ratings: Oakland Roots tie 2-2 with RGV Toros with 2 goals in last 12 minutes

Mike at Soccer Bay Area has the NPSL roundup

NPSL Week 11: Sacramento Clinches Top Seed in Golden Gate Conference

More updates forthcoming…

The City Bs lose to Olympic Club.

Roots v Rio Grande Valley

The Roots come back from a 2-0 deficit to draw even with Rio Grande Valley 2-2.

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The Roots have a quick turnaround with their next game at home against New Mexico United on Wednesday June 15 7pm start, while Rio Grande Valley have a week off before hosting Pittsburgh on Saturday June 18 5:30pm kickoff.

This Week 6-6-22

Our coverage was Redwood City on Wednesday and San Francisco for the return of the City/Glens derby on Saturday.

USL League 2: Week 5 – SF Glens dominate SF City in SF Derby, Project 51O lose

Mike at Soccer Bay Area has the Bay Cities highlights, plus the NPSL summary:

10-Man Bay Cities Earns a Point in San Diego Thanks to Goalkeeper’s Heroics

Bay Cities FC Tops Flower City Union

NPSL Week 10: Sacramento Wins Causeway Clásico; El Farolito & Napa Keep Pace

While Doug and Jon respectively has their takes on the two Roots matches – the return leg to Monterey and at home against Orange County in a playoff rematch

Oakland Roots get revenge against Monterey Bay

Game Notes & Player Ratings: Oakland Roots defeat Monterey Bay

Oakland Roots (finally) defeat Orange County SC on last-minute goal

Game Notes & Player Ratings: Two stoppage-time goals lifts Oakland Roots over Orange County

The City B’s win Sunday

SF City v SF Glens

In their only meeting of the 2022 and the first time in three years the rivalry game once again favored the road team, except this time it was City that was designated the home team as the Glens left their traditional home for Skyline College in San Bruno while their future venue at Treasure Island is being built.

The Glens were the better team this time as they defeated SF City 4 to 1.

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Next up for City is a road match against newcomers Davis Legacy on Friday June 10 at 7pm, while the Glens continue their road swing at Ventura County on the same day same time.

Bay Cities v Flower City Union

Bay Cities dominate Flower City Union with a 3 to 1 win.  The game was moved from Sequoia High School to Canada College at the last minute.

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Bay Cities return to the road with a match at ASC San Diego on Sunday June 5 at 1pm while Flower City Union return home to Rochester, NY to host Valley United of Phoenix on Saturday June 5 at 3pm.

This Week 5-30-22

Only one match for the holiday weekend in Oakland.

Doug has the USL League Two deets including the return of SF City to Kezar

USL League 2 – Week 3 and 4: SF City earn first win, SF Glens take down undefeated Project 51O

The Quakes lose at LAFC

SJ Earthquakes’ four-game unbeaten MLS streak ends in LA

Doug and Jon has the Roots takes against Sacramento

Oakland Roots Claw Back to Earn Point Against Rival Sacramento Republic

Game Notes & Player Ratings: Karlsson’s PK lifts Oakland to 1-1 tie with Sacramento Republic

While Mike K has highlights from the Bay Cities road matches

Shorthanded Bay Cities FC Falls to Michigan Stars

Bay Cities FC end road trip with loss to Chattanooga FC

and the obvious…

Roots v Republic

The Roots and the Republic draw even 1-1.

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Next up for the Roots is a mid-week game against defending USL champions Orange County SC in a rematch of last year’s playoff game where the Roots ended their post-season run.  Game is set for Wednesday June 1 7pm start.  The Roots will then play another rival in Monterey Bay on the road on Saturday June 4 7pm kickoff. Sacramento will resume play on Saturday June 4  at 8pm against San Antonio FC at home.

This Week 5-23-22

The largest coverage for the week for 3pointsport from the Quakes to the USL beats to the NPSL before capping it off with a Sunday match.

The Quakes were able to get a win over the Timbers Wednesday but had to settle for a draw against Sporting Kansas City on Sunday.

SF City finally plays a home game for the first time in 2.5 years but lose to Central Valley 1-0  on an early goal.

And a triple header of matches where El Farolito beat Oakland SC 2-1, newcomers Marin FC Legends beat the Glens at Skyline College in San Bruno by the same score, and the Roots defeating the Galaxy second team 1-0 on a penalty kick by Ottar Karlsson.

So six matches covered with five in a Friday to Sunday stretch.

Soccer Bay Area has their summary on the weekend scene including the Roots and the NPSL.

Young Goalkeeper Steps In to Help Oakland Roots Earn Second Win of the Season

Bay Cities FC smokes Maryland Bobcats 4-1

NPSL Week 9: Napa Wins Wine Country Derby, Davis Wins Cowtown Classic

 

While Jon at the Roots blog has his spin on the win over LA Galaxy 2

Oakland Roots hold on for 1-0 win over Los Dos

 

We could not get to this match but we’ll return soon:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Sporting KC 2 beat the Quakes II on Friday:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Quakes v Sporting Kansas City

The Quakes and Sporting KC played to a 1-1 draw.

The photo album.  More pics can be found on the 3pointsport Instagram

Next up for the Quakes is an Open Cup match at Sacramento in the first meeting at the Capitol on Wednesday May 25.  The team resumes league play on Saturday May 28 against LAFC on Saturday May 28.   The same goes for Sporting KC with an Open Cup game at home against Houston, before resuming league play hosting Vancouver on the same days.