Ed Farnsworth and Brian Bunk will present their research on Oliver and Fred Watson, two Black players born in Rhode Island who played between 1894 and 1907.
A review of December’s SASH session on the history of soccer in the South Central and Midwestern United States. Includes video from the session.
SASH Virtual Session on Friday, December 4, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST: Soccer in the South Central and Midwestern United States Updated with Video
Patrick H. Salkeld, Jeff Organ, and Rachel Allison will discuss the history of soccer in the South Central and Midwestern regions of the United States. Updated with Video
The subject is researching and presenting club soccer history.
SASH Virtual Session Book Talk: A photographic tour of early Chicago soccer history with Gabe Logan Updated with video from the session
UPDATED WITH VIDEO FROM THE SESSION. Gabe Logan presents a photographic tour with images from his book, The Early Years of Chicago Soccer, 1887-1939
Friday, Sept. 4 at 12 PM EDT: SASH Virtual Session on the discovery of the earliest known footage of the USMNT Updated with video of the session
Join us for a discussion of footage of the USMNT from their 1916 tour of Scandinavia. Updated with video of the discussion.
A review of the SASH Session with Beau Dure, who discusses his new book, 2012: The Year that Saved Women’s Soccer. Includes video.
Join us as we host a discussion with Beau Dure on his recently published book.
A review of the “Scotch Professors” SASH Session on July 3. Includes video.
On Friday, June 3 at 2 PM EST, SASH will be hosting a Zoom session on the influence of Scottish soccer in the development of the world’s game.
Video of SASH’s second virtual symposium now available.
SASH’s second virtual symposium will take place on Friday, June 5, 2020, at 1:00 PM EST
A report on the first SASH virtual symposium. Includes video.
SASH has organized a new symposium that will take place over two sessions vis Zoom. The first session, “The East Coast’s Soccer’s Roots from the Gilded Age to the ASL,”will take place Friday, May 1. “Domestic Leagues & International Stories from the Progressive Era to Present,” will take place Friday, June 5.