Here are some of the latest still and moving images from the San Jose Earthquakes Stadium build. I’ve always been a fan of architecture, but never been a huge building guy. I enjoy them, but my interest has been about houses. Never really big houses usually just one story, but incredibly well built and clean designs. Over the last few years, I’ve started to get into stadiums.
Soccer specific stadiums are different. They are special. Anyways, the more and more I see these MLS soccer specific stadiums, there more I am liking what they are all about. I’ve seen my share of barns and the way this one is looking as its coming along, it will be one of the best. Considering that the 49ers did just a few miles up the road, I actually made the comment the other day that the gauntlet had been laid down and it was time for MLS to kick the NFL’s ass in something and you know, I have a feeling that this stadium will be a better experience than the other guys.
Check out some of the features of the new stadium to come.
Given that its closer to Silicon Valley to San Jose than it is San Francisco, and how the Earthquakes prez is known as the most tech-savvy president in MLS, you have to guess that this stadium will have all of the geeklike perks that we dream that a stadium would have. I’m excited for it. And the fact that he rolls around wearing google glass tells me that he is one of those guys.
If he is one of those guys, and he owns a team and is calling the shots, the barn is going to have everything that he wants and will make him feel comfortable there, and not just really good wifi.
Images and VINE’s from the official twitter account of Earthquakes President Dave Kaval @QuakesPrez Follow along on his social media accounts and you can see it all unfold. I kind of wish I live up north so I could cop season tickets here.