Looks like it's going to be a repeat of last year to some extent. Mexico is bringing their Olympic team to the Coliseum March 2nd to play Australia so year is starting off with a big international Quakes sponsored match. http://blog.soccersiliconvalley.com/archives/2008/01/mexicos_olympic.html Mexico's Olympic team coming to Coliseum It's deja vu all over again, except this time it will be Mexico's Olympic team filling in for the senior squad and Australia filling in for Ecuador. Yes, the Quakes are joining in with their partners from last year's successful exhibition match to bring more international soccer to the McAfee Coliseum, with a match featuring the Olympic teams of Mexico and Australia scheduled for Sunday, March 2 at 2:00 p.m. According to the Quakes, Mexico's side is likely to feature Memo Ochoa, Luis Angel Landin, Pablo Barrera and Cesar Villaluz. No word on who the Aussies will be featuring. The Quakes will be selling a discounted two-game package combining the Olympic face-off with the Quakes' home opener against the Chicago Fire. The package will go on sale Friday, February 1 at sjearthquakes.com. For those who just want tickets to the Mexico/Australia friendly, those tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 1 by either phoning (800) 225-2277, online at sjearthquakes.com, and at Raley's Tickets.com outlets. There will also be a Visa pre-sale online at sjearthquakes.com from January 28-31.