So, in a world of conformity, US Soccer definitely is trying its best not to stand out. I’m not sure if it is because of the recent MLS adoption of uniformed team logos that this US Soccer logo makes any sense. For me, it is drab and dreary. It takes away all of the fun. Take a look at the comparison below:
Please tell me you think the left side is magnificent and the left-side ruins all history of both the USMNT and USWNT. Let me know how you feel about this!
Nigeria did not make it easy. As much as the refs were trying to keep Nigeria in it via phantom offside calls and missed penalties, the USWNT found a way through via an excellent goal from none other than legend and future hall-of-famer, Abby Wambach. Check it below:
The USWNT will continue the tournament against the third place finisher from Group B/E/F, with the opponent to be determined after tomorrow’s final Group Stage matches. The Round of 16 contest will take place June 22 at 8 p.m. ET at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton.
I can’t say I hate the black and white. It is a clean and simple look which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. However, the lack of any red or blue doesn’t seem right. In fact it seems downright Un-American. The logo at least should have blue or red. I find it weird that the only “color” on this kit are the neon socks. Since when is neon associated with the United States? Instead of being neon the socks should be red and/or blue. If that were the case then I would be satisfied with this kit.