This weekend, Premier League Mornings Live came to Boston, a city of people passionate about the Premier League.
The PL's US Instagram account, @PLinUSA, showcased the stories of six fans, who joined the 12,000 or so at the event to express their shared love of soccer and the Premier League.
When her mum took her to Fenway Park in 2014 to see Liverpool take on Roma Caitlin’s love for the Reds began.
She dreams of following in the footsteps of NBC Sports' lead Premier League anchor Rebecca Lowe.
"Rebecca is a big role model for women in the industry because soccer is turning into a women’s game as well.”?
Graphic designer?Ty fell in love with Arsenal 25 years ago, attracted by their teal and navy kit.
It inspired him to design hats in the club's colours. “They’ve withstood the test of time and they’ve been with me all of these seasons of watching Arsenal.”
A Manchester United fan, Dana has been inspired by watching her mum set up a female soccer team in her native Philadelphia.
She volunteers with Boston Scores, which provides free soccer programs to more than 1,500 inner-city children, and helped organise their first woman-specific soccer tournament.??
From playing soccer as a four-year-old, Liverpool fan Jason’s passion for the game grew alongside his love of photography.
"I knew I liked it but I didn’t think my career was gonna merge from it, and then as my passion for soccer grew, I saw myself really wanting to shoot and capture that intensity that is, soccer in America."?
The Parliament Barber Shop Cam is opening in the greater-Boston area will show his love for Manchester City with a photo of Gabriel Jesus and a City scarf covering his barbering station.
"People gravitate towards not only your haircuts but who you are as a person and how you interact."
After being intrigued by Burnley during the 2014/15 season, Jorge organised an event for fellow North American Clarets to meet up.
Attracting fans from as far as away as Colorado, Atlanta, North Carolina, Philadelphia and Toronto, Rodrigues is proud of his Burnley-supporting “family”.