Stadium update: San Jose Earthquakes' new home looks almost ready for some soccer | SIDELINE

The last time we checked in on construction at the site of the San Jose Earthquakes' brand new stadium, it looked like this.

It was but a mere infant arena, a set of steels beems pointing upward and outward, transparent and hollow looking from the outside in. Its MLS debut seemed a million miles away.

But today, when you have a look at the site of the $70 million facility, you can just about see soccer. And if you squint really hard, you can almost see Chris Wondolowski scoring his first game-winner in the club's new digs.

Kickoff for the 2015 season isn't so far away, Quakes fans. It's time to start getting really excited about your new home.

You can continue keeping up with the stadium construction process for yourself by following Quakes president Dave Kaval on Twitter, InstagramVine and Tumblr.

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