HERRIMAN, Utah (Tuesday, September 14, 2021) – Real Salt Lake continues its two-game series in California against San Jose Earthquakes on Wednesday, September 15 at 8:30 p.m. MT at PayPal Park.
The match will be broadcast live on KMYU and can be accessed locally via live stream on the KSL TV app. ESPN700 will carry the English radio broadcast and Spanish-speaking fans can tune in on KBMG Latino 106.3, La Gran D 102.3 and KTUB 1600.
Real Salt Lake at San Jose Earthquakes
PayPal Park; San Jose, California
Wednesday, September 15 at 8:30 p.m. MT
Game Notes for Wednesday’s RSL @ SJ game Available Online
Those seeking the Adobe PDF version of the Game Guide in advance of Wednesday's contest between Real Salt Lake and San Jose Earthquakes can be found here. Media members looking to receive the document as an attachment or have further questions are asked to please contact Taran Meyer in the RSL Communications Department via email at email@example.com.**
Records: Real Salt Lake (8-9-6, 30 points, 7th in West); San Jose Earthquakes (6-8-9, 27 points, 10th in West)
Head-to-Head: Through 35 regular season matches Real Salt Lake has earned a record of 11-13-11 against San Jose Earthquakes, most recently falling 2-1 on May 7 at Rio Tinto Stadium.
Stories to Watch:
What a Ride
The last time the two sides faced each other, Rubio Rubin made global headlines with his spectacular bicycle-kick goal that won MLS Goal of the Week and became an early contender for MLS Goal of the Year. However, late-game heroics from MLS’s all-time leading goal scorer Chris Wondolowski in the 83rd and 87th minutes gave San Jose Earthquakes the victory.
Coming Down to the Wire
Real Salt Lake enters Wednesday’s match having lost the previous five road matches. The match is crucial for RSL in maintaining current playoff positioning, as San Jose sits just behind with 27 points. There are currently 11 matches remaining – including Wednesday – six of which are on the road as each remaining match proving crucial to the overall playoff picture in the Western Conference.
Connections: The two sides do not currently have any direct connections to one another. However, Justen Glad, Aaron Herrera and David Ochoa have played with JT Marcinkowski and Jackson Yueill on the U-23 U.S. Men’s National Team.