Quakes to play match in S.F.

The new Earthquakes will play the old Earthquakes in two exhibition matches, one of which will be played at historic Kezar Stadium.

The expansion Quakes will face the Houston Dynamo, who had inhabited San Jose before leaving in 2005, in matches Feb. 13 and Feb. 16. The Feb. 13 match will be at PAL Stadium in San Jose at 6:30 p.m., while the Feb. 16 match is at Kezar at 7 p.m.

Tickets for the game at PAL Stadium will be $15, with $10 going toward the Police Athletic League. For the game at Kezar, tickets are $15.

For tickets, call (877) 672-5301.

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