Howler is a magazine about soccer covering the global game from the perspective of North American fans. It’s produced (and printed) in the United States by a team of editors and creative directors who have worked for magazines such as GQ, Esquire, National Geographic Adventure, ESPN, and O: The Oprah Magazine. But Howler is a completely independent project, something we make on our own time, to our own standards, and about a subject that we truly love.
So much soccer packed into 108 glossy pages, including — profile of Seattle’s,and now Spurs’, DeAndre Yedlin; is Tim Howard the greatest American goalkeeper of all time?; our correspondent in Manaus: Luke O’Brien on a fevered 72 hours in the jungle; the man behind @soccerreform and his mission to cajole, harass, and annoy until promotion/relegation becomes reality; a look ahead to the USMNT’s next World Cup cycle; the history of Celtic Football Club; Nicholas Pugliese on being the first American professional soccer player in Afghanistan; and much, much more.
10 x 12 inches.