San Jose Earthquakes Avaya Stadium ribbon cutting ceremony

 

Silicon Valley Latino was on hand to participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony at the brand new $ 100 million Avaya Stadium in San Jose, home of your San Jose Earthquakes.

Soon to be a fan favorite. The allotted 12,000 season ticket have all but been sold out.

View from Press box

“There is no other stadium in North America like this one” says earthquakes Club President Dave Kaval. “All the elements we have brought to this new stadium create a unique home environment”. Says Kaval. “We have a home now.” This is great for our existing fans as well as creating a larger fan base for many years to come.”

 

The stadium holds 18,000 but every angle from every seat lends an intimate, close-up feel to fans unmatched by anything I’ve ever experienced. Indeed, sitting up at the top row, not only was it a terrific seat with an amazing view, but the positioning of the stadium gives breath taking views to San Jose International Airport, as well as downtown San Jose.

 

The project, completed solely with private funds, is led by High Tech giant Avaya, who are thrilled to bring this jewel to San Jose. Avaya CEO Kevin Kennedy feels the diverse audience of the international game of soccer is the ideal audience to reach Avaya’s message of communication and engagement to a global audience.

SJ Quakes Dignitaires

 

Not only is Avaya Stadium the home of the Earthquakes, but it’s also an ideal location for unique outdoor events for groups of all sizes.

We at Silicon Valley Latino are optimistic about following the Earthquakes and the entire MLS season in 2015 and look forward to seeing you at the stadium for an Earthquakes game real soon.  Avaya Stadium is a wonderful, affordable and exciting place to meet. Go Earthquakes!!