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USA vs Peru: In Pictures

  The United States Men’s National Team took on Peru last night in East Hartford, CT. While there were some real positives to be gleaned— not least of which was teenager Josh Sargent’s go-ahead goal in the 49th minute— this is still very much a team in transition and trying to find their way. The Yanks …

A New Direction For Howler Digital

The first week of August we published Georgia Cloepfil’s two–part memoir of a season in South Korea, The Shape of a Dream Can Expand and Shrink. In late June we rain a piece by Jamil Chade on what the World Cup meant in far Siberia. Jules Boykoff’s World Cup All Hair Team piece is the …

Young Filmmakers Initiative romanticizes soccer in New York City

The NYFEST creation provides support for aspiring filmmakers in middle schools across NYC In 2016, NYFEST (New York Film and Entertainment Soccer Tournament) partnered with the City of New York Department of Youth and Community Development to create the Young Filmmakers Initiative (YFI). YFI’s goal was to grow the creative ambitions of young aspiring filmmakers in …

Howler is looking for a few good editorial assistants

FIFA has generously allowed us to recruit outside of the transfer window Let’s work together (Powerhouse Museum) What does an editorial assistant do? Editorial assistants write for whatahowler.com and pitch in with the production of Howler Magazine. We ask that editorial assistants pitch and write one piece per week for the website while helping out with …

The most magnificent own goal you might ever see

Who hasn’t dreamed of scoring a bicycle kick in a cup match? Even better—from a tight angle, and into the side netting. Adrien Gulfo of Pully Football did just that. Against his own team. Oh well. Strip out the sound and play it for your grandkids, Adrien. Nobody has to know. https://medium.com/media/30dac58b887dae9b646f8b01d0f1c29f/href