After nearly 20 years spent in various Bay Area facilities, the San Jose Earthquakes will finally open their own home on Sunday when they host the Chicago Fire at brand-new Avaya Stadium (7 pm ET, Fox Sports 1).
From the binary code spelled in the grandstand seats, all the way to the features of the largest outdoor bar in North America, there’s plenty going on in the Quakes’ new digs.
Here’s all you need to know about Avaya Stadium ahead of tonight’s kickoff:
- What will $100 million buy you? San Jose Earthquakes are ready to find out as Avaya Stadium opens doors
- North America’s largest outdoor bar, intimate feel: Avaya Stadium straight out of Europe | SIDELINE
- San Jose Earthquakes, US Geological Survey partner to install seismograph at Avaya Stadium | SIDELINE
- Wait is over as San Jose Earthquakes prepare to open Avaya Stadium: “A lot of teams wish they had this”
- 10 minutes with San Jose Earthquakes’ Shea Salinas on opening Avaya Stadium, playing for Dominic Kinnear
- After many years, San Jose Earthquakes have found their home at Avaya Stadium
- Ahead of San Jose’s Avaya Stadium debut, a look at how MLS teams fared in stadium openers
- INFOGRAPHIC: Avaya Stadium becomes 15th soccer stadium in MLS
- VIDEO: Inside Avaya Stadium, the new home of the Quakes