Soccer in Visalia, much like the rest of the United States, has been marginalized behind sports with American origins such as football, baseball, and basketball. The Heritage Court and Pillars of Fame are furthering that marginalization by neglecting the significant contributions of so many people who have contributed to the community through soccer.
As the Central American caravan made its way through Mexico and we learned more about their conditions and efforts by Mexicans on both sides of the border, we continued to ask ourselves, “What would Sócrates do?”
The history of women’s soccer at Fresno City College shares many similarities with teams established at the collegiate […]
Finals Coming to you from Voutiro, Greece. I’ll be watching at the local coffee shop, Amadryades. France v. […]
While there is some debate about the United States’ most popular sport, the top three are most definitely […]
Our very own editor Romeo Guzmán is in the new issue of Boom California, a refereed online journal that […]
It started with a tweet on the Sunday before the World Cup. An innocent tweet. A friend, Morgan […]
Every four years the world is blessed with the World Cup, and every four years we struggle with […]