With over 30,000 registered members and 200 local chapters, the American Outlaws are the largest and best organized supporters' group for U.S. Soccer. They bring hundreds of passionate fans out to each U.S. Soccer game, men's or women's, and if you ask them, there are plenty of reasons to be hopeful for the future. We caught up with the Outlaws in Tampa, Florida exactly one year on from the USMNT's devastating loss in Trinidad to find out what keeps them coming back to support the abysmal men's team in its darkest hour. Subscribe to Deadspin: https://goo.gl/62kZmG Visit us at: https://deadspin.com/ Like us at: https://www.facebook.com/deadspin Follow us at: https://twitter.com/deadspin Watch more from Fusion friends: Splinter: https://goo.gl/BwuJiy F-Comedy: https://goo.gl/Q27Mf7 Fusion TV: https://goo.gl/1IbZ1B Gizmodo: https://goo.gl/YTRLAE Kotaku: https://goo.gl/OcnXv7 Jezebel: https://goo.gl/XNsnCJ Lifehacker: https://goo.gl/3rNmzw io9: https://goo.gl/ismnzP Jalopnik: https://goo.gl/u7sDEk Sploid: https://goo.gl/4yq2UY The Root: https://goo.gl/QMOjBE Earther: https://goo.gl/nxgn48
A tribute to the fans, the team, and to 100 Chapters. #UniteAndStrengthen First debuted at the USA vs. Jamaica AO Night Before Party unveiling of the 100th AO Chapter at Johnny's Tavern in Kansas City. (10/10/13) Filmed and Edited by the Juice Groove Films and KickTV crew for The American Outlaws and its chapters - (http://vimeo.com/juicegroovefilms & http://www.youtube.com/user/kick) www.theamericanoutlaws.com www.facebook.com/americanoutlaws @americanoutlaws
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We love the U.S. National Team. We love soccer. We play it, we watch it, we daydream about it and we imagine a time when we can fill the stadiums. We're on a mission to Unite and Strengthen current U.S. Soccer supporters, stay-at-home fans, casual onlookers, soccer newbies, and even soccer doubters to share the love of the game, and to support the US National team in its World Cup 2014 quest. We want your help. Watch the video. If you like it, "Like It", and talk about it. Share with your friends. Not just the ones who already love soccer, but better yet, send it to 5 non-soccer fans that you know and start a little ripple that becomes a wave. WE LOVE YOU, WE LOVE YOU, WE LOVE YOU and where you go, We'll Follow! because we support the U.S. and that is how we like it! Video filmed and edited by The New BLK (http://www.thenewblk.com/) for The American Outlaws!
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Story by Ben Wineman of ABC FOX Montana on June 15, 2018 www.swxrightnow.com www.abcfoxmontana.com On a sunny Saturday afternoon in Missoula, Montana... a group of people are singing for their boys... Their boys being the United States men's national soccer team... who are playing an entire ocean away, taking on France. Meet the American Outlaws, a group of crazy soccer fans that bleed red white and blue. "It's a different atmosphere when you can watch soccer with other people. Watching it by yourself, I enjoy that. But watching it with other soccer fans is incredible." says chapter treasurer Ryan Taylor. There are 196 American Outlaw chapters around the world in different cities, and a year and a half ago, a group from Missoula founded chapter 193. "When we saw that passion, that's what drove us to it. Because we want to be a part of that. We want to further this sport in our local community, and help our teams get the recognition they deserve." says chapter secretary Audrey Taylor. Sometimes it's tough to put a soccer game on TV, but thanks to the Outlaw's home turf, the Thomas Meagher Bar, they never have an issue watching a match. "Scarves everywhere, American soccer stuff everywhere, they have been the best partner we could ask for." says Chapter President Colton Jeszenka. The American Outlaws do so much more than watch games. They coach youth teams, ref local games, and volunteer at numerous service events. "As fans, we want to help grow the next generation of players, and how cool would it be if we were part of a Missoulian who grows up to be a part of the Men's or Women's national team someday? That would be phenomenal." says Taylor. This month, while the rest of the world celebrates the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the American National team will be at home, having not qualified for the tournament. And when asked about that fateful night in Trinidad... "Oh my god, I still to this day try to block it out." laughs Audrey Taylor. "Man I was ticked. Everything had to go wrong." says Jeszenka. "All those people that we had been talking to about soccer and trying to get them to come watch soccer with us, we had to say, we didn't make it." laughs Ryan Taylor? But the Outlaws have now set their sights on 2019, when the defending world champion US Women's National team will return to the World Cup, where they will be the favorites. "We are just telling people, yeah, the World Cup will still be fun to watch, you will get to watch amazing soccer players who will score epic goals, but 2019, we already have World Cup qualifiers for the women, and let's dominate for the women and win the next one." Taylor says. For more information about American Outlaws Missoula, visit www.aomissoula.com
Pagan's Motorcycle Club, or simply The Pagans, is an outlaw, one-percenter motorcycle club and an alleged organized crime syndicate formed by Lou Dobkin in 1959 in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. The club rapidly expanded and by 1965, the Pagans, originally clad in blue denim jackets and riding Triumphs, began to evolve along the lines of the stereotypical one percenter motorcycle club. The Pagans are categorized as an outlaw motorcycle gang by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. They are known to fight over territory with the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (HAMC) and other motorcycle clubs, such as Fates Assembly MC, who have since merged with the HAMC. It is active in thirteen US states: Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Michigan, Virginia, and West Virginia. Criminal activities The Pagans have been linked to the production and smuggling of drugs such as methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and PCP. The Pagans also have had strong ties to organized crime, especially in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Pagans often use puppet clubs, smaller affiliated motorcycle clubs, or small street drug trafficking organizations that support larger Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMGs) for distributing drugs. Pagans have also engaged in assault, arson, extortion, motorcycle/car theft, and weapons trafficking. Most of the violence carried out by the Pagans is directed to rival OMGs such as Hells Angels, Recently, the Pagans' membership has begun to decline as their rival Hells Angels’ membership has grown. Pagans have approximately 350 to 400 members and 44 chapters and are active along the East Coast of the United States. Chapters are common in Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia. The Pagans have a Mother Club or ruling council which ultimately rules the gang. The Pagans headquarters is currently in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Members must be at least 21 years old and owners of Harley-Davidson motorcycles with engines 900 cc or larger. The national sergeant-at-arms' responsibility is to hand-pick 13 chapter members to serve as the "enforcers" or "regulators". This body uses violence and intimidation to prevent any and all opposition to the Mother Club. The Pagans MC patch depicts the Norse fire-giant Surtr sitting on the sun, wielding a sword, plus the word Pagan's [sic], in red, white and blue. The image of Surtr was taken from an illustration by Jack Kirby in issue 97 of the comic book Journey into Mystery. Unlike most one percenter motorcycle clubs, the Pagans do not include on their club insignia a bottom rocker indicating the geographical chapter of the member wearing the club's full patch. It is believed the club declines to follow this one percenter tradition because they do not want law enforcement to know what state chapters individual Pagans belong to. Members wear blue denim vests called cuts or cutoffs with club patches, known as colors, on the front and back. Symbols of the Pagans also include a black number 13 on the back of their colors (indicating that they are affiliated with the club's Mother Chapter), the number "4" (which signifies the motto "live and die"), the number "5" (which signifies the Nazi SS motto), the number "7" (an "in memory of" patch) and the number "9" (the chapter with which the member is affiliated). Nazi or White supremacist patches are also common on the front of the cuts, as are tattoos reading "ARGO" (Ar Go Fuck Yourself) and "NUNYA" (Nun'Ya Fuckin' Business). most feared and brutal gangsters usa: