Written by Kelsey Ontko, Julia Fogleman and Lucas Nevola (2009)
Edited and Updated by Daniel Carp (2013)
Here are some popular resources you can utilize to learn more about soccer in the United States:
1) “Offside: Soccer and American Exceptionalism” by Andrei S. Markovitz and Steven L. Hellerman
2) “Outcasts United: A Refugee Team, An American Town” by Warren St. John
An ESPN special about the Fugees soccer team:
3) “Soccer in a Football World: The Story of America’s Forgotten Game” by David Wangerin
4) A Home on the Field: How One Championship Soccer Team Inspires Hope for the Revival of Small Town America” by Paul Cuadros
5) “Alive and Kicking: The Story of America’s Love Affair with Soccer” by Keith Binns
1) The Game of Their Lives (2005)
A film about the 1950 US national team and how they defeated England 1-0 at the World Cup in Brazil.
2) The Big Green (2005)
Big Green, The (1995) by m0vietrailerpark
A children’s movie that incorporates soccer with elements of small town USA and European and Latino immigrants to the United States.
3) “Once in A Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos”
Online Resources for Current US Soccer News
2) U.S. Soccer official website
3) Major League Soccer official website
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How to cite this article: “For More on Soccer in the U.S.,” Written by Kelsey Ontko, Julia Fogleman and Lucas Nevola (2009), Edited and Updated by Daniel Carp (2013), Soccer Politics Pages, Soccer Politics Blog, Duke University, http://sites.duke.edu/wcwp (accessed on (date)).