South Bay News
San Jose Earthquakes new stadium construction delayed
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The San Jose Earthquakes have been forced to delay the opening of their new soccer stadium currently under construction.
Crews have encountered what a construction official described as 'incredibly difficult conditions' at the site near Mineta San Jose Airport.
They've found water-filled underground vaults, piles of steel beams and concrete and munitions from a factory that was once located there.
The Earthquakes hope to open the stadium for the second half of next season.
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