Earthquakes to Host Media Day on Wednesday, January 24
SAN JOSE, Calif. - The San Jose Earthquakes will host their annual Media Day on Wednesday, Jan. 24. The team's first training session of 2018 will be open to the media, followed by player and coach availability.
WHO: Earthquakes players and coaches will be available for interviews immediately following the team's training session. It marks the first opportunity for media to speak with new head coach Mikael Stahre and recent player signings such as forward Magnus Eriksson, midfielder Eric Calvillo, defender Joel Qwiberg, goalkeeper JT Marcinkowski and many more.
WHEN : Media are invited to attend the club's training session by arriving at 11 a.m. Training is expected to conclude between 11:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Film crews and photographers are welcome.
WHERE: The Earthquakes Training Facility immediately adjacent to Avaya Stadium located at 1123 Coleman Ave. in San Jose.
PARKING: Parking for Media Day will be in the VIP lot on the south side of the stadium. The VIP lot is accessible by turning onto Earthquakes Way from Coleman Ave.
LUNCH: Media in attendance will be treated to lunch inside Avaya Stadium after all interviews have been conducted.
CONTACT: For more information or to RSVP, please contact communications manager Jake Pisani at email@example.com .
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