The New York City FC and San Jose Earthquakes are two of the most exciting teams in Major League Soccer, and it is always a treat for fans when the two match up. Great action on the pitch, dynamic players, and a lively crowd: these are just a few things that make it so great when NYCFC and Earthquakes go head to head. It’s always a great time at the stadium during NYCFC vs. Earthquakes games.
Frequently Asked Questions About NYCFC vs. Earthquakes Tickets and Game Information
How much are NYCFC vs. Earthquakes tickets?
NYCFC vs. Earthquakes ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, NYCFC vs. Earthquakes tickets can be found for as low as $31.00, with an average price of $62.00.
Where do NYCFC vs. Earthquakes play?
Those interested in catching an NYCFC vs. Earthquakes game have a great option regardless of where the game is taking place, as both teams play at truly top-notch venues. NYCFC plays home games at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, NY, while Earthquakes calls Stanford Stadium in Stanford, CA home.
When do the NYCFC and Earthquakes play against each other?
To see all regular and postseason matchups between between NYCFC and Earthquakes, browse the event listings above.
For all NYCFC games, fans can browse the New York City FC tickets. For a complete list of Earthquakes games, visit our San Jose Earthquakes tickets. If you’re looking for other sporting events in the area, browse our sporting events in Bronx, NY and sporting events in Stanford, CA.
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