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SoccerNomad Podcast
Wandering Through the World of Soccer.
Category: Amateur
Location: Atlanta, GA
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I have played the beautiful game all my life and love talking to fans about the game and learning more about the history of the...


by Austin Long
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September 19, 2016 06:17 PM PDT

I spent the weekend with the American Outlaws for the US Women’s National Team game against the Netherlands at the Georgia Dome. This was a great opportunity to learn more about the organization while taking in my first US Women’s National Team game.

Saturday night I hit Night Before event at RiRa, the official bar for American Outlaws Atlanta. Then Sunday I braved the rain for the AO Tailgate before heading into the match, which the USWNT won 3-1.

Find out more about American Outlaws at their website and visit Americans Outlaws Atalanta on facebook and twitter (@atlantaoutlaws).

Check out ATL Bobb's twitter (@ATLBobb) and instagram and relive Jesse’s Copa America Centenario trip on MendoVision.

 

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.

August 29, 2016 06:49 PM PDT

John Devlin, author of True Colours: Football Kits from 1980 to the Present Day, Volumes 1 and 2, came on the SoccerNomad podcast to talk kit history and design. His wealth of knowledge is remarkable and I learned a lot. After a great conversation, we finished with some listener questions.

Learn more about kits and get in touch with John.

 

Follow along with the companion post on the SoccerNomad blog.

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Additional resources

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.


August 09, 2016 06:29 PM PDT

JR Francis (@paynomind) returned to the SoccerNomad podcast to look at the kits for the upcoming EPL season. After we both rant about the Manchester teams, we gave comments on the rest of the league and picked our top 5. Plus there’s some news and notes on the manufacturers.

Resources

 

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.

July 10, 2016 08:08 AM PDT

The guys from @ussoccerfeed  came on the SoccerNomad podcast to recap Copa America Centenario for the USMNT and look ahead to the road to World Cup 2018. We discussed match-ups, roster selections, and possible additions to the roster.

 


Follow them on twitter @ussoccerfeed for their thoughts on US Soccer, MLS and more. And check them out on the Mouths of the South podcast.

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.

June 24, 2016 09:32 AM PDT

Chris Oakley came on the SoccerNomad podcast to talk kit design and West Ham United. Chris was one of the creators and contributors of the fabulous Football Attic blog, which can be found at www.thefootballattic.com. Check out his other projects at Kitbliss, Beyond the Last Man and his alternakits at the twohundredpercent website.

Companion post on SoccerNomad blog.

Additional resources

  • Chris’ video blog at the Football Attic with some of the kits he has owned over the years.
  • The Football Attic podcast on badges.
  • Check out Historical Football Kits for a good look at West Ham home shirts through the years.

 

Follow Chris on twitter

@chrisoakley

@FootballAttic

@Kitbliss2016 

 

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.

May 23, 2016 04:26 PM PDT

Paul Canoville played for Chelsea Football Club in the 80s and he is in the States visiting Chelsea Supporters Groups and Atlanta is one of his stops along with Boston, Dallas and Houston. We talked about his career and the work he is doing with the Paul Canoville Foundation.

Learn more about Paul Canoville

Follow on Paul on twitter @Kingcanners and find him on Facebook.

 


Read his book Black and Blue.

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.


May 16, 2016 06:46 PM PDT

Fellow #KitNerd JR Francis (@paynomind) came on the SoccerNomad podcast to talk about kits for the upcoming tournaments this summer--Copa America Centenario and Euro 2016. We didn’t discuss all 80+ kits but discussed some general trends, mentioned some of our best/worst and had a passionate discussion about the future of US kits.

Companion blog post with pictures and more information.

For more information, check out these podcasts and posts.

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.

May 07, 2016 03:48 PM PDT

John Pannebaker, creator of the American Pyramid blog, came on the SoccerNomad podcast to discuss lower league football in the United States. His blog focuses on the Front Offices and supporter groups of amateur teams in either the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), the Premier Development League and the host of regional leagues around the country.

 

Find out more about American Pyramid:

 

 

 

Lower League Links

 

 

 

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.

April 24, 2016 07:52 AM PDT

I met some members of the Atlanta Evertonians at Fado Buckhead to chat about their group and their Toffees through the years. One of the largest supporter groups in the country for Everton, these fans are loud, passionate and loyal.

Learn more about the group. . .

 

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Follow me on twitter @austinlong1974 and check out the SoccerNomad blog. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to comment and follow!

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.

April 11, 2016 07:18 PM PDT

Rich Johnson came on the SoccerNomad podcast to discuss his contributions to the Football Attic blog as well as his love for Coventry City. We also made mention of the 50 Greatest Football Shirts Ever, touched on England kits both past and present, and Rich shared his thoughts on Coventry City kits.

I created a companion blog post so you can see images of some of kits we talked about.

You can find Rich via the following media:

Consider buying one of his Kit Collection books.

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Special thanks to Ryan Apple who composed and performed the music.  You can find out more information on his Facebook page Ryan Apple Guitarist.


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