US national team supporters stormed the front lawn of Chicago's U.S. Soccer house en route to Soldier Field for the United States' 1-0 triumph over Panama in the Gold Cup final on Sunday afternoon.
Organized by the American Outlaws supporters group, the march by "Soccer House," as it is known, has become a regular tradition for U.S. Soccer supporters whenever the national team plays at Soldier Field.
The Outlaws were greeted at Soccer House by U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati, who gave a rousing speech to rally the troops heading into the Cup final match. Among the highlights, chants of "We are going to Brazil," and "Where is Mexico; dos a cero," rang out in between words from Gulati.
Gulati also unveiled a pair of Jurgen Klinsmann big heads — a sad Jurgen face, distraught over his suspension from coaching the final, and Jurgen "at 5:05 (following conclusion of the Gold Cup final match) today," which was, of course, very happy — that we can only assume made their way inside the stadium.