First it was the live construction webcam launched on Tuesday, and now it's the stadium's first three-dimensional program that will allow prospective season ticket holders to select and purchase their seats. This San Jose Earthquakes stadium thing is becoming more and more real each and every day.
The Earthquakes unveiled the program on Friday, and for the first time, fans around the world can have a look at the view from any section or seat in the house. To check out the new stadium that is scheduled to open in 2014, head over to seats3D.com and play around with the interactive software. But, if you're in the Bay Area, you might want to jump on your desired seating location fast; there's already lots of "Sold Out" markers hovering over sections throughout the building.
How about this view, field level, no more than a dozen steps out in front of your group's personal suite:
Go on, Quakes, we see you.