On March 5, 1836, standing inside the Alamo, Colonel William B. Travis drew a line in the sand asking all his men if they were willing to die for the cause. Each and every man but one chose to stand and fight.

While the facts surrounding the siege of the Alamo continue to be analyzed and debated, there is no doubt about what the battle came to symbolize – a heroic struggle against overwhelming odds — a place where men made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. For this reason the Alamo remains hallowed ground and the Shrine of Texas Liberty. The words “Remember the Alamo” are still spoken today.

Today, we as soccer fans in San Antonio face a different challenge. A challenge to support a professional soccer team which is only as strong as the group that supports them. Therefore, we, the Crocketteers, ask you to take the next step. Join with us as a member of The Brigade.

For only $25 you can become a part of The Brigade and will receive a Crocketteers scarf, a membership card denoting you as a member of The Brigade, along with other privileges in the future such as advanced ticket pre-sales, “meet and greets” with team players and staff, discounts on merchandise, etc. (contingent on team commitments and obligations to be determined upon securing of a franchise).

But most importantly you will be part of the greatest soccer supporters group in Texas. The Alamo defenders remind us why people fight for a cause. It’s time for San Antonio soccer fans to take up this cause to support a pro soccer team. The line in the sand has been drawn.

Will you Cross the Line?

2nd Edition of Crocketteers Scarf - 2010

REMEMBER THE ALAMO…. VICTORY OR DEATH.


Name of Brigade member
Referred by

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Michael Macias