Birmingham your country needs you! Support U.S. Soccer at Good People Brewery

American Outlaws section at the U.S. vs Haiti Women’s friendly 2015 at Legion Field – Photo via the American Outlaws Facebook page

The U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (USMNT) needs our support.

On Friday, March 24th, our men are playing a World Cup qualifier against Hondurus at 9:00pm.

It’s a MUST WIN game. The USMNT is already in a hole after losing its first two games against Mexico and Costa Rica, which led to the firing of Head Coach Jurgen Klinsmann.  If we drop a third straight game against 2014 World Cup participant Hondurus, qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia will be in doubt.

What can you do in Birmingham?

Dust off your red, white and blue scarfs and hats, national team uniform and American flag.

Wear the colors and join the American Outlaws at Good People Brewing Company on Friday night to cheer on the team.

The official fan club of U.S. Soccer National Teams, the American Outlaws Chapter in Birmingham was established in 2013 as the club’s 83rd chapter. The “home” bar in Birmingham is Good People Brewery.

“This is a do or die game for U.S. Soccer. We need to come together in Birmingham and throughout the nation and support the national team – our team,” stated Ballard Jones, Vice President of the American Outlaws Birmingham Chapter.

Birmingham are you ready to join the American Outlaws and support the U.S. Men’s National Team when they most need us? Now, is the time to be counted.

Learn how you can become a American Outlaw at:  www.theamericanoutlaws.com/ and join them on Friday night, 9:00pm at Good People Brewery (it is open to the public).

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