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Between The Sticks Podcast

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Two Years Ago, Pete, an American college student and soccer fanatic, met two Brits on a study abroad trip to the US. Since then, they've been talking soccer and trading notes on culture and life ever since. Now that college is over, Pete's travels, meetings with fellow soccer, and the occasional banter with the two Brits are being shared with the rest of the world.Follow us on social media!Instagram - @betweenthestickspod

Latest Episodes

008 - Why Ottawa Hates Paul Dalglish

EWe're back with more footy! Hartford Athletic's first season is hitting its end, and while experiencing an away day in the Great White North, Pete visits the Senate Tavern where Ottawa Fury supporters spend their match days. Pete talks to three members of the squad, Simon, Alec, and Stephane about Ottawa's history from league to league, the potential move to the new Canadian Premier League last offseason, the state of Canadian soccer, and why they believe Paul Dalglish, son of Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish and former manager of the club, may have been the key to why recent club success to this day has been lackluster. We also get into politics in Canada, nothing like an election year, even if it's not in your home country. Want to feature your club or supporter's group on the show? Drop a DM on Instagram! @petecarciaphoto

95 MIN1 days ago
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008 - Why Ottawa Hates Paul Dalglish

0007 - 3 Brothers, 1 Union

EWe're back in MLS territory today with the Knittel brothers of the Bros Talking Soccer podcast! This episode we discuss the Philadelphia Union, CONCACAF Champions League, business ventures in a soccer hungry America, MLS coming into the 2019 season, and life as supporters of a club more in the background of the MLS picture in today's soccer climate.

84 MINMAR 25
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0007 - 3 Brothers, 1 Union

0006 - Chattanooga, The Ultimate Grassroots Soccer City

EUSL has spurred a lot of growth in the game in small and middle markets, but when they decided to try in Chattanooga, the existing infrastructure, at least for now, has proven to be much stronger. Today Pete talks to Andrew Bresee and Matt Coniglio, longtime members of the Chattahooligans, an independent supporters group for NPSL side Chattanooga FC. It's the quintessential American success story in Grassroots soccer, so we talk about what got the club to the success it holds today, what's coming in the future, and what USL's injection into the city with their own club says about some of US Soccer's biggest issues. Be sure to leave a review, subscribe, and share this episode to keep the conversation going! Intro Song: All Good by Blac Rabbit Follow the podcast on Instagram! @betweenthestickspodcast

114 MINFEB 10
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0006 - Chattanooga, The Ultimate Grassroots Soccer City

0005 - Greenville's Triumphant Collaboration Between Corporate And Grassroots Soccer

EThe new league system put together by USL has opened the door for many cities to come out of the woodwork as potential markets for soccer. One notable one is Greenville, South Carolina. Nestled in between the southern lifestyle and growth of Modern America, the founding of Greenville Triumph SC has given an opportunity to highlight this once hidden gem in SEC country. This week, Pete talks to Joseph Bright, one of the founding members of the Triumph's supporters group, the Reedy River Riot, about Greenville as a city, what makes it a soccer city, and how, unlike some other notable cities in America, they are able to have a professional USL club and a popular Non League club (Greenville FC) working in harmony.

49 MIN2018 DEC 20
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0005 - Greenville's Triumphant Collaboration Between Corporate And Grassroots Soccer

0004 - A Cooligan Solves US Soccer

ERoad Trip Time! (Kind of) We're in New York City (Not Really) to start talking to the experts and the fans about the state of US Soccer. This time, Pete is joined by Christian Polanco, co-host of the popular comedy soccer podcast "The Cooligans," a US Soccer-centric comedy podcast talking about the ins and outs of soccer culture. We talk about the debate over Pro/Rel, the non league and college game, and what it's like to be a comedian in the soccer verse. Are you involved with a soccer club or supporters group? We wanna hear from you! Reach out on our Instagram @betweenthestickspodcast or email at betweenthestickspodcast@gmail.com. (Sponsorships also accepted). Songs: Take Me Home Country Roads - John Denver All Good - Blac Rabbit New York Soul, Pt ii - Jon Bellion

78 MIN2018 OCT 6
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0004 - A Cooligan Solves US Soccer

0003 - Washed Up Patrollers

EWe're Back! Pete talks with photojournalist and former UConn Goal Patrol Capo Amar Batra about UConn Soccer, the state of US Soccer, and life as a soccer supporter in the United States. Plus, Pete kicks off a little project of his own! Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts and we'll shout you out on the show! Follow Between the Sticks on Instagram! @betweenthestickspodcast Music Used (In the name of Fair Use, find these songs wherever you legally get you music) - Destiny - David Robidoux All Good - Blac Rabbit I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) - Proclaimers

49 MIN2018 SEP 12
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0003 - Washed Up Patrollers

0002 - The Imp Of Gibraltar

EWe check in on each other to recap the group stages of the 2018 World Cup on its off day. Luckily, there's still activity going on between when the Group Stages are over and the Knockout Rounds are yet to begin. Contact Us! We need new outro music, your input as a loyal listener, and maybe some sponsorship! Twitter: @SticksBetween Instagram: @betweenthestickspodcast Email: betweenthestickspodcast@gmail.com

54 MIN2018 JUL 2
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0002 - The Imp Of Gibraltar

0001 - These World Cup Picks Aged Well

ETwo years ago, Pete met Ed and Jack while they were studying abroad at his university for a year. After bonding over cultural differences, politics, and most notably sport, they decided to meet up again after finishing up their respective college tenures, this time in England. After the trip, they decided to create a podcast where they could discuss soccer (football), evaluating all of the goings on in the World's Game while they make the transition from university students to full fledged adults. Here, after coming back from the trip, they Skype each other to formally put down their 2018 World Cup picks. Intro Song: All Good - Blac Rabbit. Buy the song on iTunes, Spotify, wherever you get your music cause it's a great song (fair use, not meant to infringe copyright, just advertising the track)

76 MIN2018 JUN 25
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0001 - These World Cup Picks Aged Well
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Latest Episodes

008 - Why Ottawa Hates Paul Dalglish

EWe're back with more footy! Hartford Athletic's first season is hitting its end, and while experiencing an away day in the Great White North, Pete visits the Senate Tavern where Ottawa Fury supporters spend their match days. Pete talks to three members of the squad, Simon, Alec, and Stephane about Ottawa's history from league to league, the potential move to the new Canadian Premier League last offseason, the state of Canadian soccer, and why they believe Paul Dalglish, son of Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish and former manager of the club, may have been the key to why recent club success to this day has been lackluster. We also get into politics in Canada, nothing like an election year, even if it's not in your home country. Want to feature your club or supporter's group on the show? Drop a DM on Instagram! @petecarciaphoto

95 MIN1 days ago
Comments
008 - Why Ottawa Hates Paul Dalglish

0007 - 3 Brothers, 1 Union

EWe're back in MLS territory today with the Knittel brothers of the Bros Talking Soccer podcast! This episode we discuss the Philadelphia Union, CONCACAF Champions League, business ventures in a soccer hungry America, MLS coming into the 2019 season, and life as supporters of a club more in the background of the MLS picture in today's soccer climate.

84 MINMAR 25
Comments
0007 - 3 Brothers, 1 Union

0006 - Chattanooga, The Ultimate Grassroots Soccer City

EUSL has spurred a lot of growth in the game in small and middle markets, but when they decided to try in Chattanooga, the existing infrastructure, at least for now, has proven to be much stronger. Today Pete talks to Andrew Bresee and Matt Coniglio, longtime members of the Chattahooligans, an independent supporters group for NPSL side Chattanooga FC. It's the quintessential American success story in Grassroots soccer, so we talk about what got the club to the success it holds today, what's coming in the future, and what USL's injection into the city with their own club says about some of US Soccer's biggest issues. Be sure to leave a review, subscribe, and share this episode to keep the conversation going! Intro Song: All Good by Blac Rabbit Follow the podcast on Instagram! @betweenthestickspodcast

114 MINFEB 10
Comments
0006 - Chattanooga, The Ultimate Grassroots Soccer City

0005 - Greenville's Triumphant Collaboration Between Corporate And Grassroots Soccer

EThe new league system put together by USL has opened the door for many cities to come out of the woodwork as potential markets for soccer. One notable one is Greenville, South Carolina. Nestled in between the southern lifestyle and growth of Modern America, the founding of Greenville Triumph SC has given an opportunity to highlight this once hidden gem in SEC country. This week, Pete talks to Joseph Bright, one of the founding members of the Triumph's supporters group, the Reedy River Riot, about Greenville as a city, what makes it a soccer city, and how, unlike some other notable cities in America, they are able to have a professional USL club and a popular Non League club (Greenville FC) working in harmony.

49 MIN2018 DEC 20
Comments
0005 - Greenville's Triumphant Collaboration Between Corporate And Grassroots Soccer

0004 - A Cooligan Solves US Soccer

ERoad Trip Time! (Kind of) We're in New York City (Not Really) to start talking to the experts and the fans about the state of US Soccer. This time, Pete is joined by Christian Polanco, co-host of the popular comedy soccer podcast "The Cooligans," a US Soccer-centric comedy podcast talking about the ins and outs of soccer culture. We talk about the debate over Pro/Rel, the non league and college game, and what it's like to be a comedian in the soccer verse. Are you involved with a soccer club or supporters group? We wanna hear from you! Reach out on our Instagram @betweenthestickspodcast or email at betweenthestickspodcast@gmail.com. (Sponsorships also accepted). Songs: Take Me Home Country Roads - John Denver All Good - Blac Rabbit New York Soul, Pt ii - Jon Bellion

78 MIN2018 OCT 6
Comments
0004 - A Cooligan Solves US Soccer

0003 - Washed Up Patrollers

EWe're Back! Pete talks with photojournalist and former UConn Goal Patrol Capo Amar Batra about UConn Soccer, the state of US Soccer, and life as a soccer supporter in the United States. Plus, Pete kicks off a little project of his own! Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts and we'll shout you out on the show! Follow Between the Sticks on Instagram! @betweenthestickspodcast Music Used (In the name of Fair Use, find these songs wherever you legally get you music) - Destiny - David Robidoux All Good - Blac Rabbit I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) - Proclaimers

49 MIN2018 SEP 12
Comments
0003 - Washed Up Patrollers

0002 - The Imp Of Gibraltar

EWe check in on each other to recap the group stages of the 2018 World Cup on its off day. Luckily, there's still activity going on between when the Group Stages are over and the Knockout Rounds are yet to begin. Contact Us! We need new outro music, your input as a loyal listener, and maybe some sponsorship! Twitter: @SticksBetween Instagram: @betweenthestickspodcast Email: betweenthestickspodcast@gmail.com

54 MIN2018 JUL 2
Comments
0002 - The Imp Of Gibraltar

0001 - These World Cup Picks Aged Well

ETwo years ago, Pete met Ed and Jack while they were studying abroad at his university for a year. After bonding over cultural differences, politics, and most notably sport, they decided to meet up again after finishing up their respective college tenures, this time in England. After the trip, they decided to create a podcast where they could discuss soccer (football), evaluating all of the goings on in the World's Game while they make the transition from university students to full fledged adults. Here, after coming back from the trip, they Skype each other to formally put down their 2018 World Cup picks. Intro Song: All Good - Blac Rabbit. Buy the song on iTunes, Spotify, wherever you get your music cause it's a great song (fair use, not meant to infringe copyright, just advertising the track)

76 MIN2018 JUN 25
Comments
0001 - These World Cup Picks Aged Well
the END