Wine is on the national board of the American Outlaws, the largest supporters group for the U.S. national teams.
The Soccer History USA podcast series is now available on SASH’s podcasting platform.
In making the Graham Guides freely available, SASH hopes to spark scholarship in a vital period of US soccer history.
SASH Sessions are now available in podcast format from all major podcast distributors including Apple, Google, Spotify, and Amazon.
SASH Session Tuesday, August 8 at 8 PM ET: Live from the Women’s World Cup with Jen Cooper and Declan Abernathy Updated with Video
Jen Cooper and Declan Abernathy will join us from Australia to talk about the Women’s World Cup.
SASH fundraiser will remain open until Monday, July 31, at noon ET after reaching — and exceeding — it’s target in less than 48 hours.
SASH is launching the campaign to raise $1,600 to digitally scan the complete run of what are colloquially referred to as the Bill Graham Guides“.
SASH Session : Jermaine Scott on “Harlem’s Chief Representatives: Black Soccer Radicalism in New York City, 1928-1949” Updated with Video
Dr. Scott is an Assistant Professor of African American, African Diasporic, and Sport History at Florida Atlantic University.
Book Talk on February 17, 2023 at 12 PM ET: Kelcey Ervick discusses The Keeper: Soccer, Me and the Law That Changed Women’s Lives Updated with video
Kelcey Ervick will discuss her new graphic memoir, which examines the role that Title IX has played in expanding opportunities for women in soccer, and sport in general, in the US.
The greatest player of in the history of the game has died at the age of 82
The 1908 Spalding Guide is now available for download in PDF format for the first time.
Book Talk, Friday, December 9 at 12 PM ET: James Brown discusses “Mud, Blood and Studs” Updated with Video
James Brown will discuss his new book, Mud, Blood and Studs: One Family’s Legacy in Soccer and Rugby Across Three Continents, “a special story of sporting excellence passed from generation to generation.”
SASH Session, Friday, November 4 at 12PM ET: Book Talk with Matthew Evans, author of “USA 94: The World Cup That Changed the Game” Updated with Video
Matthew Evans will discuss the impact of the US-hosted 1994 World Cup.
SASH Session, Friday, Oct. 7 at 12 pm: 20th anniversary of the 2002 FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Updated with Video
On the eve of the 2022 U-17 Women’s World Cup, women’s soccer historian Jen Cooper will look back at the first FIFA women’s youth championship held in Canada in 2002 and the growth of FIFA women’s youth tournaments since then.
SASH Session, Friday, September 16 at 12 pm ET: Great Lakes Soccer from the 1880s to the 1930s and the Emergence of the Intercity League Updated with Video
Craig Tower will discuss soccer’s development in the Great Lakes area from its beginnings in the 1880s to the formation of the Intercity League, which included teams from Chicago, Detroit, and Cleveland.
SASH Session, Friday, August 26 at 12 pm ET: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the New York Cosmos First NASL Championship Updated with Video
New York Cosmos historian and SASH director Dr. David Kilpatrick will host a roundtable discussion with New York Cosmos alumni Randy Horton, Josef Jelinek, Werner Roth, and John O’Reilly.
SASH Session, July 8 at 12 pm ET: An Illustrated Guide to Anglo-American Football History Before 1850 Updated with Video
Tom Langton’s presentation will be illustrated with images from the FIFA-Langton Collection and the Langton Football Archives collection. Updated with Video
Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 3 PM ET: Special SASH Session with The Athletic‘s Pablo Maurer and Matt Pentz Updated with Video
The Athletic’s Pablo Maurer and Matt Pentz will discuss their recent article,“The disappearance of Wee Willie McLean: Solving America’s oldest soccer mystery.” Updated with Video