On Thursday, the Associated Press released a new Sports Illustrated cover that features the sport of soccer, a sport that many see as a direct response to the rise of soccer stadiums and soccer fans.
The cover has the soccer-playing, soccer-loving logo, as well as the slogan, “It’s soccer.”
The Sports Illustrated article says the cover is a response to an ad campaign that aired in early October in which soccer players and fans were filmed taking selfies and posing for selfies with a replica of a soccer field, and then posting the photos on Instagram.
In the ad, players pose with their replica field as they look at it with their hands on their hips and thumbs in the air.
The ad was created by Sports Illustrated for a partnership with the American Football Coaches Association, which said it was inspired by the growth and popularity of soccer. “
It reflects the evolution of our sport and the fans who love it, but it also reflects the values of a sport.”
The ad was created by Sports Illustrated for a partnership with the American Football Coaches Association, which said it was inspired by the growth and popularity of soccer.
The ad, which was produced by the American Soccer Coaches Network, also featured the MLS Players Union and former US Soccer president Sunil Gulati.
In an Instagram post on Thursday, Gulati said the ad campaign was a response “to a massive outpouring of support from our players, fans and supporters.”
“We’re thrilled that we were able to be part of this important story,” he said.
We can’t wait to be a part of the next chapter.”