The Columbus Crew and Columbus-based Ransom Supply Co. Collaborate on a 2023 Playoff capsule collection.
The National Women’s Soccer League announced today the creation of a new NWSL Championship trophy…
New Season, New Team, New Platform, Mariah Lee is back with another season of Soccer, She Wrote, this time from the land down under.
You may think you know Jermaine Jones, but the USMNT great is on a new mission, to make US Soccer into a powerhouse, and he’s doing it his way.
The new crest and marks incorporate the Sounders’ entire history, celebrating the club’s storied place in Seattle and the PNW since 1974 while positioning the club to boldly move forward into the next 50 years.
Atlanta United FC and Kitboys Club team up the pay homage to the Women who had to overcome adversity to compete in the 2023 Women’s World Cup
Austin FC, in collaboration with adidas Skateboarding and Austin skate shop No Comply, released a new limited clothing collection.
CONCACAF had 6 teams represented at the 2023 Women’s World Cup, While only two of those teams made it to the knockout rounds. Several players stood out for the confederation.
From Lakeworth to the District, Maya Stephen has kicked in the door as one of American Soccer’s freshest faces. Here’s her story..
The kid from Powder Springs, GA, Jhenesis Ellerbe has aspirations to go pro, and her success with Tormenta FC is a stepping stone to get there.
Umbro is excited to unveil the third kit for the El Salvador National Team for the 23/24 season.
In recent years we have seen not only an influx of clubs wearing and releasing “third kits”, but also the creativity and storytelling that accompanies these jerseys. Third kits have been a way to stretch the identity of the club by introducing new colors, designs and creativity that oftentimes isn’t seen in home and away jerseys.
On the heels of the release of HUMAN.ET, a body of work comprised of 22 pieces of one-off apparel in collaboration with Oakland Roots, Jasko, and I sat down to talk about his upbringing, thoughts on humanity from the perspective of a child refugee, and how important soccer and art were for him in times of peril. A catalyst for the launch of Oakland Roots’ RAR (Roots Artist Residency) program, Jasko’s contribution spans a comprehensive collection of apparel, a zine, and a short film, which highlight a refreshing continuation of Roots’ belief in giving a platform to the arts and supporting the community that uplifts them.
If you are a follower of Liga MX you would have noticed in recent years more teams wearing jerseys made by Mexican sportswear company Charly. Kit suppliers for Atlas, Queretaro, Santos, Pachuca and Xolos, Charly has only been in the game since 2014 but has made huge strides within Mexican soccer.
The USL is one of those entities that continues to do interesting things with interesting people. US legends like Landon Donovan, Tim Howard and DaMarcus Beasly are all involved at the ownership level, teams with incredible fans and equally interesting story lines dot the league and not to mention, some of the best kits in American soccer can be found in the USL. And today marks the official unveiling of David Villa’s Queensboro FC logo and identity.