The Team


  • David Bingham

    1 – David Bingham

    Replacing John Busch, Bingham made one of the greatest goals in Earthquakes history against West Brom Albion on July 12, 2012.

  • Andrew Tarbell


    28 – Andrew Tarbell

    First round pick, 7th overall, out of Clemson.


  • Victor Bernardez


    5 -Victor Bernardez

    Honduran International.  Last season he scored 2 goals in the opening game at Buck Shaw.  One of our two starting center-backs with Clarence Goodson.

  • Kip Colvey


    Kip Colvey

    Third round pick from 2015 draft.

  • Shaun Francis


    20 – Shaun Francis

    Jamaican International.  A consistent starter or sub throughout the season.  2014 was his first year with the Earthquakes.

  • Nick Lima

    22 – Nick Lima

    The Quakes’ second homegrown player, signed in 2017. Lima is the first homegrown to score a Quakes goal.

  • Flo Jungwirth

    23 – Flo Jungwirth

    German by birth, Flo is one of the Jesse Fioranelli’s first signings of 2017.

  • Andres Imperiale


    32- Andres Imperiale

    Argentinian player that will fill in at center-back as needed.

  • Matheus Silva


    Matheus Silva

    19 year old signing from Brazil.  Plays center-back and defensive mid.

  • Marvell Wynne


    Marvell Wynne

    Signed on February 11, 2015, Wynne comes over from Colorado.


  • Fatai Alashe


    Fatai Alashe

    Quakes first round, fourth overall pick in the 2015 Super Draft.

  • Cordell Cato

    7 – Cordell Cato

    National for Trinidad & Tobego, Cordell is very solid defender with good pace and ball control.

  • Darwin Ceren

    17 – Darwin Ceren

    National captain of El Salvador. Traded for Matias Perez Garcia from Orlando City SC in 2016

  • Simon Dawkins

    49 – Simon Dawkins

    Quakes alum from 2012 season; Jamaican international.

  • Anibal Godoy

    30 – Anibal Godoy

    Defensive midfielder and Panamanian midfielder.

  • Jahmir Hyka

    10 – JahmirHyka

    The Albanian Messi. Signed by Jesse Fioranelli in 2017

  • Marc Pelosi


    Marc Pelosi

    A local boy with European roots, he was making a name for himself in Liverpool when a broken leg derailed his ride.  Now he’s back home!

  • Shea Salinas

    San Jose Earthquakes v Chivas USA

    6 – Shea Salinas

    One of the fastest guys on the team, he sets up great opportunities for goal-scorers like Wondo, Lenny, and Jahn.  I love how he is unashamed of his faith (like Paul in Romans 1:16) and routinely does as much in the community as he does on the field.  Great player and even better person!

  • Tommy Thompson


    22 – Tommy Thompson

    A member of the U-20 Men’s team, Tommy has excellent ball control and is very fast.  He is also San Jose’s first “homegrown” player.


  • Quincy Amarikwa


    25 – Quincy Amarikwa

    Traded for Ty Harden on June 26th.  Former Quake coming back home!

  • Danny Hoesen

    9 – Danny Hoesen

    Dutch international signed by Jesse Fioranelli in 2017

  • Marco Urena

    11 – Marco Urena

    Costa Rican national. Signed by Jesse Fioranelli in 2017.

  • Chris Wondolowski

    8 – Chris Wondolowski

    Little is known about “Wondo” other than he is a league MVP, two-time Golden Boot winner, World Cup Veteran, and MLS record co-holder of 27 goals in a season.  If you get any information on this guy, please email me!!

Coach: Dominic Kinnear

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