Undated press photo of Elmer A. Schroeder. From the author's collection.

The life — and murder — of the first American-born president of U.S. Soccer

September 16, 2020

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Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Profiles, USSF:

Elmer Schroeder was elected as the first native-born president of US Soccer in 1932. Two decades later he was murdered.

Footage from the Fall River Marksmen’s 1930 Central European tour

Footage from the Fall River Marksmen’s 1930 Central European tour

September 9, 2020

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Fall River, International Tours:

Derek Goncalves recounts the Marksmen’s 1930 Central European tour. Includes footage of the final match of the tour from the National Film Institute of Hungary.

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

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

September 4, 2020

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SASH News:

Join us for a discussion of footage of the USMNT from their 1916 tour of Scandinavia. Updated with video of the discussion.

Behind the footage: The opening game of the USMNT’s 1916 Scandinavian tour

Behind the footage: The opening game of the USMNT’s 1916 Scandinavian tour

September 4, 2020

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International Tours, USMNT:

Ed Farnsworth looks at the opening match of the United States Football Association’s first international tour, which was in Stockholm against a club side, Tigrarna Fotbollkubben.

Behind the discovery of the earliest known footage of the United States Men’s National Team

Behind the discovery of the earliest known footage of the United States Men’s National Team

September 4, 2020

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Archival Footage, International Tours, USMNT:

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.

SASH uncovers earliest known footage of the U.S. Men’s National Team

SASH uncovers earliest known footage of the U.S. Men’s National Team

September 4, 2020

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International Tours, SASH News, USMNT:

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.

SASH Session Book Talk review: Beau Dure discusses his 2012: The Year that Saved Women’s Soccer

August 27, 2020

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SASH News, Women's Soccer:

A review of the SASH Session with Beau Dure, who discusses his new book, 2012: The Year that Saved Women’s Soccer. Includes video.

SASH Virtual Session Book Talk: Beau Dure discusses his 2012: The Year that Saved Women’s Soccer

SASH Virtual Session Book Talk: Beau Dure discusses his 2012: The Year that Saved Women’s Soccer

August 3, 2020

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SASH News:

Join us as we host a discussion with Beau Dure on his recently published book.

SASH Session review: The Scotch Professor Network

July 17, 2020

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SASH News:

A review of the “Scotch Professors” SASH Session on July 3. Includes video.

SASH Virtual Session on July 3: The Scotch Professors

July 1, 2020

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SASH News:

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.

Fifty Years On: Teska and Schellscheidt on the 1970 U.S. Open Cup

Fifty Years On: Teska and Schellscheidt on the 1970 U.S. Open Cup

June 29, 2020

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Kearny, Los Angeles, New Jersey, New York, US Open Cup:

Heinz Teska and Manny Schellscheidt reflect on Elizabeth SC’s run through the US Open Cup in 1970. Includes a video interview.

Bustard (no. 5) with West Hudson AA, Spalding’s Official Soccer Foot Ball Guide, 1916-17.

Reading your own obituary: Samuel Bustard, the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, and the evolution of New York Metro Area soccer

June 19, 2020

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ASL, NAFL, New Jersey, New York, Newark:

Kurt Rausch’s examination of the career of Samuel Bustard — who was widely, and wrongly, reported dead during the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic — illuminates soccer in the New York Metro Area in the 1910s and 1920s.

SASH Symposium, Session 2

June 11, 2020

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SASH News:

Video of SASH’s second virtual symposium now available.