The World Cup has begun and, while the U.S. did not qualify, that shouldn't stop fun-loving Milwaukeeans from joining in the fanaticism of the monthlong party that comes around once every four summers and celebrates global unity, sport and day drinking. There are myriad places to watch, but if you really want to find your special soccer spot, use this list.
Stepping into Moran's Pub, the lively and convivial soccer bar in South Milwaukee owned by outgoing James Moran, who seems to know everyone and their extended family, one would never guess that, until recently, it almost wasn't Moran's Pub, definitely wasn't a multicultural soccer bar and very nearly was not owned by James Moran.
From 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on July 13, Uihlein Soccer Park will host Lucky Food Truck Friday, offering an opportunity for fans to fuel up before the World Cup Final on July 15 - and have some smart soccer conversation with good people to prepare for it.
U.S. soccer legend Landon Donovan told fans to cheer for Mexico in a TV ad, thus igniting a silly, overwrought controversy. The World Cup is about soccer and celebration and being a fan is about passion and identity, so instead of focusing on that, watch this video from Nomad Nacional during Mexico's win over Germany on Sunday.
On today's soccer-rific episode of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller sit down with U.S. Futsal National Team Coach Keith Tozer, the former head coach of the Milwaukee Wave, to preview the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Sunday February 2nd, 2014 – Island Lake, IL
I have wanted to see a Super Bowl in person since I was a kid, and I still do. My reasons are no longer the same, but if I ever get the chance I’ll definitely go. I used to want to go only to see my beloved Green ...
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Sunday February 7th, 2010 - Kenosha, WI Super Bowl Sunday. This year’s game meant nothing to me, but I still learned from it as I watched all the pomp and fluff that goes with an event that big. I think I read where over 100 million people will watch it in America and 750 millio...