Don't look now, but the San Jose Earthquakes' brand new stadium will open in just about six months.
The place is coming together really nicely, as you'll find evidenced in the photos linked below. There's a roof, an underground irrigation system and lights all the way around — all the small touches that make a soccer stadium feel a little more like a home.
Also seeing tons of development in recent days is the adjacent team building and locker room, which resides next door to the team's daily training field.
Earthquakes president Dave Kaval recently took SJEarthquakes.com on a video tour (above video) of the players' new home away from home.
A luxury locker room with player lounge area, a massive weight room and top of the line wet room to assist players in training and recovery — the Quakes' new digs will have it all.