In just three short years, the small city of Greenville has become a force in USL soccer and the Reedy River Riot is a big reason why.
There's something special brewing in Louisville. In a city (and state) historically known for its college sports, soccer is quickly becoming a unifying force within the region.
Nestled in the mountains of North Carolina, Asheville is becoming one of the hidden gems in the U.S. soccer community thanks to the South Slope Blues supporters.
The antihero culture of Detroit City's Northern Guard Supporters represents the resurgence of a great American city and growth of U.S. soccer.
It all started when a small group of women had an idea to do something bigger than themselves. “In the early days, we didn’t really know one another,” shared Michele Wilkinson, President and Founding Member of the LouCity Ladies. “The main reason
Even before there was Indy Eleven, there was the Brickyard Battalion. Learn why these supporters are the perfect blend of history, culture, and community.
“In many ways, the Steel Army represents new Pittsburgh. It’s people from all backgrounds and experiences coming together through a shared love for community and sport."