The Soccer History USA podcast will begin publishing new episodes in April 2015. Instead of focusing on distinct topics in the history of the sport the
After a longer than anticipated hiatus the Soccer History USA podcast will return soon with a new season. It will continue chronicling the history of the
Soccer History USA Podcast
Despite what it may look like, the podcast is not finished. I plan to try and be more regular about recording new material. An initial schedule will see
Sorry for the lack of activity, I’ve been busy with my day job. I hope to get back to the podcast soon. In the meantime check out the work of my
The original Mark’s Stadium was constructed by Sam Marks in 1922 in North Tiverton Rhode Island. Although it was home to the Fall River Marksmen of Massachusetts
The annual induction ceremony for the National Soccer Hall of Fame took place on October 20, 2018. In addition to the usual festivities the event also
David Litterer’s American Soccer History Archive is now available on the www.SoccerHistoryUSA.org website. Click the image above or the one on the home
The Canadian Team at the Inter-Allied Games. Source: Gallic.bnf.fr / Bibliothèque nationale de France Over the past few months I’ve been working
The Soccer History USA podcast is officially on hiatus. I’ve been working on other projects and it has been hard to find the time to research, record and
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This is the second of two posts detailing the lives of two soccer playing soldiers – Joe Cunat and James Currie. The first part can be read here.
This post is the first of two special Veterans’ and Remembrance Day posts telling the story of two soccer playing soldiers who served during World War I.