Real San Jose

Real San Jose is an American soccer team based in San Jose, United States. Founded in 2007, the team competes in the United Premier Soccer League; the team plays its home games at PAL Stadium, where they relocated in 2016. The team's colors are red and black. RSJ formed in 2007 as a member of the NPSL. In 2013, the NPSL crafted an award in memory of Alexander Arellano. Alex, the middle son of Real San Jose owner Nick Arellano, died in 2012 at the age of 25; the award goes to the NPSL's top coach of the year. Since Real San Jose moved to the UPSL the award is now given to the "Best RSJ Teammate" of the year. After ten years competing in the NPSL the club made the switch to the UPSL for 2017. Markus Kothner Nicholas Arellano Yerba Buena High School.

1816 in Scotland

Events from the year 1816 in Scotland. Monarch – George III Lord AdvocateArchibald Colquhoun. 21 May – Highland Society of London incorporated by Act of Parliament. 18 June – causeway and sluice across Loch Fleet at The Mound, designed by Thomas Telford, completed. 13 August – an earthquake in Inverness is the strongest in Scotland. 1 September – the Northern Lighthouse Board's new light on the Isle of May, designed by Robert Stevenson, is completed. The Nelson Monument, Edinburgh, on Calton Hill, is completed. Logie Bridge at Ferness completed to a design by Telford. Suspension footbridge erected over the Gala Water in Galashiels and upper arch bridge at Rumbling Bridge completed. David Brewster discovers stress birefringence. Rev. Robert Stirling obtains a U. K. patent for the Stirling hot air engine. Lagavulin distillery established on Islay. St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow, is completed as the city's first post-Reformation Roman Catholic church. First Jewish community in Edinburgh in modern times established.

The Edinburgh Races and Caledonian Hunt are held for the first time at Musselburgh Racecourse rather than on the sands of Leith. 5 January James Brunlees, civil engineer Daniel Wilson and academic 11 January – Henry Robertson, railway promoter 3 February – Archibald McKellar, politician in Ontario 14 February – James Morison, evangelical 13 June – Charles Alexander and politician in Quebec 1 September – James Drummond, historical painter and curator 16 September – Theodore Martin, writer 30 September – Archibald Sturrock, steam locomotive engineer 12 October – Alexander Bryson, scientist 22 February – Adam Ferguson and historian 28 February – Archibald Bruce, theologian 14 June – Allan Maconochie, jurist 25 December – Hercules Ross, merchant in Jamaica Walter Scott's novels The Antiquary, The Black Dwarf and Old Mortality are published. The Elgin Marbles are purchased by the British government from Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin, for the British Museum in London. Timeline of Scottish history 1816 in the United Kingdom