Tag: "Atlanta"

Mexico | Despite opposition, loyalists continue to spread América brand

Mexico | Despite opposition, loyalists continue to spread América brand

Club América shirts predominate in the Georgia Dome in a friendly against AC Milan. The club has made itself a continental brand but has drawn loathing from Mexican compatriots, who shout, “Those colors make me sick!” With video »

Cleats of many nations now rooted in Georgia clay

Cleats of many nations now rooted in Georgia clay

Liberated from apartments outside Atlanta, 75 kids play in a Martin Luther King Day soccer tournament. Local nonprofits use soccer to help children from warring countries, whether Angola or Burma or Sudan, adjust. With video (8:39) »

USA | Taking a second chance at building women's premier league

USA | Taking a second chance at building women’s premier league

The Atlanta Beat’s successors announce their ambition to join Women’s Professional Soccer in 2010—a second, perhaps final, chance to give professional women’s football a foothold in North America.

In Atlanta, spreading soccer contagion at parade rest

In Atlanta, spreading soccer contagion at parade rest

Ron Newman helped build the U.S. game, calling on carpentry skills to construct goalposts out of discarded building materials. In Atlanta in 1967, he jumped off a Memorial Day float and kicked a ball to youngsters. With podcast »