For our club, being a dedicated part of the whole is not only freeing, but it has allowed continuity to flourish all together as one. There is a beauty in that particular kind of order.
Need something to watch today? Last year Matt Ralph and Greg Oldfield of Brotherly Game sat down with our own Bobby Wilkinson as well as Jamie McGroarty to talk about the 1990 match against the US National Team and the series of articles Greg wrote on the subject matter. If there’s anything Bobby is better at than soccer it’s talking. And talking soccer particularly U. G. H. Soccer you better get comfortable cause it will be a while! ⚽️
Many of our members are fathers and sons and have been such over the years. According to our past presidents list in our 100th Anniversary Book, our sixth president was Michael J. Stumpf. He was president from 1934 to 1936. I do not really know much about him, but he was alive when I was a young girl and … Continue reading The Name’s the Same by Emily Fricker
1993 was a season for the ages for the German Hungarians. While following the progress of the 2008 cup run – Jeff Maierhofer decided it was time to bring the 1993 group back together. Coming off a highly successful but difficult 92 season that ended with an Eastern Final loss to the Hota Bavarians the … Continue reading 1993 Team Reunites for Special Evening by Bill Wilkinson Jr.
The Werner Fricker Memorial was unveiled on Mooch Myernick Field on Sunday, June 15th.In recognition of Werner’s guidance, perseverance and dedication in establishing the sport of soccer in the United States, former president of the US Soccer Federation, Werner Fricker was honored during a ceremony before the US Men’s National Team’s FIFA World Cup qualifying … Continue reading Werner Fricker Memorial – Carson, California
We congratulate these fine young men and appreciate their efforts on behalf of our club.
Sunday, June 27, 1965 saw a dream come true – and in truly resounding fashion. Our lads gave Philadelphia its first United States Amateur Soccer Championship in more than thirty years when they completely demoralized Saint Ambrose S.C. of St. Louis, Missouri, the western finalists, and shellacked them 6:0 in the grand final of the National Amateur Soccer Cup matches.