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SSFC Podcast, Episode 57: Hanging out with The Cooligans!

The comedic soccer duo sit down to discuss their TV show, American soccer, and pizza.

BWPC, BPC commemorate Juneteenth activities

Support them on this special holiday.

Manchester City vs. Chelsea, 2021 Champions League Final: Time, TV schedule and lineups

Which American will get a Champions League winners medal?

Community Corner: What leagues have you watched more in 2021?

The accessibility of soccer on TV has increased. Which leagues have won more of your attention?

SSFC Community Corner: What’s the worst rebrand of all time?

Several rebrands have missed the mark...which one was the worst?

Community Corner: What are your favorite cleats?

So many boots out there in the world...which ones are your tried and true?

SSFC Podcast, Episode 48: European Super League fails, USWNT Olympic draw

Back after some rest to give thoughts on the idea that riled up the world.

Community Corner: What would you change about the Champions League?

Forget the Super League, create the SSFC League!

Black History Month: The Watsons of American soccer

We close out Black History Month by chronicling the first African-American soccer players.

US Soccer Annual General Meeting shows DEI has long way to go

The federation must be better prepared to confront racism from both without and within in the future.

Black History Month: Anelka the Misunderstood

Nicholas Anelka had a helluva career, but unfortunately people always focused on the negative. Let’s discuss it all.

Black History Month: Elliot Barr speaks on Black soccer history and Black supporters culture

A special episode of the SSFC Podcast with a supporter making his mark in telling black history stories.

Former USMNT Interim Manager, Dave Sarachan, Takes Puerto Rico Job

Dave Sarachan, the interim USMNT manager before Gregg Berhalter took over, just took a head coaching position with the Puerto Rican men’s national team.

Black History Month: Wakanda Forever

Black Panther has been a symbol of hope and pride for Black people, but on a couple of occasions, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has expressed that pride on the field.

Star Spangled Stories: Americans in the UCL & Richards talks Bayern group chats

Julian Gressel ponders playing for the USMNT, American stars featuring in the Champions League, & Chris Richards talks about Bayern Munich player group chats.

Black History Month: The dominance of The Fox

Wendie Renard is one of the most dominant players in the world with her ability to defend and be a problem in the air.

Anti-Racist Project seeks to take action against racism and inequality in American soccer

Several teams, organizations, and supporters are joining forces for this effort.

Black History Month: The battle for Nairobi

One of the fiercest derbies in all of Africa resides in Kenya.

USWNT vs. Argentina, 2021 SheBelieves Cup: Scouting Argentina

A scrappy opponent awaits the USWNT on Wednesday.

Black History Month: The LeBlanc Effect

Karina LeBlanc was part of the rise of the Canadians from good to world class.

Black History Month: Adebayor puts Togo on the map

His goal scoring prowess led Togo to its first ever World Cup in 2006.

USWNT vs. Brazil, 2021 SheBelieves Cup: Scouting Brazil

Marta and Debinha are in Orlando, but who else makes the engine go?

Black History Month: Make way for The Bison

Michael Essien’s physicality made him a joy to watch.

Community Corner: What’s the best stadium food in American soccer?

This is your chance to make everyone hungry!

Black History Month: Vieira’s Vision

Patrick Vieira used vision, tenacity, and technical ability to become one of the best box-to-box midfielders ever.

Black History Month: The Hearts of Africa

Ghana’s most famous team has always tried to be the heartbeat of the country.

Black History Month: A township that’s a Soccer City

Alexandra, South Africa is the focus of a 2011 documentary on how soccer has changed the lives of the youth living there.

Black History Month: Patrick the great

When you think of some of the best players of the last 20 years, you better have Kluivert in that conversation.

Black History Month: Marcus Rashford feeds a nation

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Marcus Rashford decided to stand up and fight for the children of the United Kingdom.

Black History Month: Africa brings its soccer to the world

The motherland’s continental tournament has grown to become the world’s most underrated.

Black History Month: Why always me?

Mario Balotelli is a dynamic and complicated talent, and one of the most misunderstood in history.

Black History Month: The man so good, they named him twice

We begin this year’s Black History Month series with Jay-Jay Okocha, Nigeria’s greatest footballer ever.