For the stateside football supporter who occasionally feels forever alone, Wrong Side of the Pond is a website made for — and by — the American soccer fan.
Maybe it’s just me, but it sure feels like the Major League Soccer off season is getting shorter and shorter every year. It seems as if it was just days ago that we were watching the Galaxy hoist their fifth MLS Cup … Continue reading
The new US away kits officially dropped on Monday. It was impossible to miss, with images of the new blue-streaked shirts littered across social media by everyone from Nike, US Soccer, current mens and womens players to blogs, news agencies … Continue reading
We’ve been recording the official Wrong Side of the Pond podcast for just over a year and a half now. In total, we’ve recorded sixty-six episodes and have amassed a healthy following which numbered just shy of 200 subscriptions after our last episode. And to … Continue reading
It’s not an infrequent occurrence to hear someone describe soccer as their life. For many that I know — myself included — that’s a fairly accurate statement. I run a soccer website and spend a majority of my free time watching … Continue reading
Many of our regular readers know of our love of fantasy soccer here at WSOTP. Not only am I an avid player of the virtual beautiful game, Jeremy and I talk about it on the #Pondcast and we’ve also hosted numerous fantasy leagues in which our followers and friends can compete alongside and against us. And with over 100 participants in this year’s WSOTP Fantasy Premier League, it was clear that many of you share the love of fantasy too.
So with the 2015 Major League Soccer season (supposedly) beginning this coming weekend, we figured we’d want to get in on the domestic fantasy action this year with you guys too.
But we’re not hosting just one fantasy league this time around. That’s right, we’re hosting TWO fantasy leagues: one in the “classic” format, and one in the “head-to-head” format.
And the surprises don’t stop there, either…
Though we usually award the winners of our fantasy leagues a shirt from our own WSOTP Shop, we realize that a domestic league should have domestic prizes. And admittedly — embarrassingly, even — our store is a bit short on designs in that genre at the moment. Luckily, our good friends at Clean Sheet Co. have generously partnered with us to provide the winner(s) of both our leagues a shirt of their choosing from their store!
The steps to join are simple enough: