An American Outlaws chapter is being formed in Tuscaloosa. According to their official website, the mission of the organization is to “support the United States National Soccer Teams through a unified and dedicated group of supporters” and create a local and national community to “unite and strengthen U.S. Soccer fans from all parts of the country.”
Aaron Barrett, a University of Alabama alumnus, local high-school soccer coach and president of the Tuscaloosa chapter of the American Outlaws, is excited to see what the local organization can bring in terms of more interest and awareness.
“I have been a part of soccer my entire life, it’s my passion, it’s my love and I want it to be my career,” Barrett said.
The group currently has 21 members, needing 25 to become nationally official. Membership fees are an annual $25 and include an outlaw shirt and bandana.
American Outlaws Tuscaloosa is teaming up with the Black Warrior Brewing Company, which will open its doors every time the men and women of U.S. soccer take the pitch.
Source:: The Crimson White Sports