A brief history of women playing soccer in Baltimore between 1920 and 1923
Author: Brian D. Bunk
Brian D. Bunk asked Myles Dumas, design director at NAIL Communications, for his thoughts on MISL logos from the 1980-81 season.
Brian D. Bunk looks at the short but colorful history of Hartford Hellions of the MISL.
Who scored the first goals in the earliest US professional leagues? Brian Bunk looks at the available evidence.
Brian D. Bunk on how teams and matches were organized in the early period of US soccer history.
Brian Bunk on the discovery by SASH of the earliest known footage of the USMNT in action, filmed during the team’s first-ever overseas tour in 1916 to Scandinavia.
A look at the growing availability of pre-1930s motion picture footage of American soccer.
The original Mark’s Stadium was built in 1921. What happened to it?
This is the third of three posts on the Inter-Allied Games. The first two in the series can be found here and here. I worked with Christian Hesle (@christianhesle) to identify the members of the Canadian soccer team that competed at the Inter-Allied Games in Paris in 1919. Using newspapers, […]
Inconsistent and incomplete information regarding the players has made it difficult to identify most of the men who represented the United States at the Inter-Allied Games in 1919.
The first of a three-part series looking at soccer at the Inter-Allied games, an athletic tournament organized by the U.S. military and the YMCA held in Paris from June 22 – July 6, 1919.
The story of James Currie and Joseph Cunat, two soccer-playing soldiers who served during World War I, concludes.
The first of a two-part series telling the story of two soccer-playing soldiers who served during World War I.
A look at Black players on the “Barrow School Socker Foot Ball Team,” champions of Springfield, Massachusetts’ Junior League in 1908.
Does a 1915 image of a soccer match in New York’s Central Park include black players?
Brian Bunk on Heron’s playing style.
Brian Bunk on Gil Heron, the first black professional soccer player in the United States.
A look at the background and occupations of professional soccer players in the original American Soccer League.