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 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“.
The 1908 Spalding Guide is now available for download in PDF format for the first time.
Tom McCabe on the recent unveiling of a statue in Harrison, New Jersey, commemorating the history of soccer in the West Hudson.
SASH announces a gofundme campaign to help secure licensing for film footage of Bethlehem Steel FC in Scandinavia in 1919.
The footage is from the 1-1 draw at Stockholm Olympic Stadium with Stockholm Tigrarna on August 15, 1916, the first match of the first-ever overseas tour by the US Men’s National Team.
Join the online watch party and Twitter discussion of the award-winning documentary Soccertown, USA on Thursday, May 7, 2020, co-moderated by SASH president Tom McCabe and Matt Busch.
The symposium scheduled to take place at Rutgers University Newark for April 18-19, 2020 has been canceled.
In view of the evolving coronavirus situation, an announcement will be made by March 20 as to whether the SASH symposium scheduled for April 18-19 at Rutgers University Newark will take place.
Summary of the Society for American Soccer History meeting, including videos of the various talks, at the 2020 United Soccer Coaches Convention in Baltimore, MD.
The next SASH symposium will be held on April 18 and 19, 2020 at Rutgers University-Newark.
A complete listing of USWNT games is now available for reference on the SASH site.
A report on the SASH American Soccer History Symposium and Annual Business meeting at the new National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco,
Chris Bolsmann reviews papers on the history of soccer recently presented at the 44th Annual Convention of the North American Society for Sports History in Atlanta.
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