RIO DE JANEIRO — More than 500 American Outlaws will be on hand for Monday’s U.S.-Ghana game in Natal, however, not all of them will be seated together.
Unlike past U.S. qualifiers and friendlies, the Outlaw founders were not able to offer ticket options to go along with the travel package the group put together to get American fans to Natal. So, fans were on their own to secure tickets, leaving them spread out throughout the stadium.
But that’s not going to stop the group from showing their support in unison.
Since the American Outlaws are staying at the same hotel, they organized a yell practice of sorts so that everyone would be on the same page as to which chants they are doing and when. The group also will practice on the bus ride to the stadium as well as at their designated tailgating spot at Dom Gourmet Rodizio de Pizzas in Lagoa Nova, Brazil.
Every one of the American Outlaws 130-plus U.S. chapters also are planning events throughout the United States to show their supportRead More »from Not sitting together won't stop the American Outlaws from cheering in unison