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Austin FC Announces Verde & Black, the Official Austin FC Podcast

April 5, 2021 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Austin FC News Release


Austin, Texas - Austin FC today announced the launch of Verde & Black, the Official Austin FC Podcast, available to listen to or download now from Spotify, Apple Podcast, iHeartRadio, Stitcher and other podcast platforms. The first episode features Austin FC Head Coach Josh Wolff as he joins host Adrian Healey, Austin FC's Executive Director of Broadcast and Content and the Club's English-language TV Play-by-Play commentator. Verde & Black will take a biweekly dive into the culture and personalities that shape Austin FC and Austin, the city the Club calls home.

"We are excited to bring the Club's story to life through conversations with the people that make this Club and city special. Austin FC is fortunate to have a storyteller like Adrian Healey host the series," commented Andy Loughnane, Austin FC President. "Austin FC places a priority on creating community around our Club, and the Verde & Black podcast serves as an opportunity to provide a look behind the curtain at the growth of Austin FC and the community that supports soccer across our region."

"This is an amazing chance to be able to a shine a different light on the club, the city, the characters and the stories that unfold as Austin FC comes to life in its first year of existence," commented Adrian Healey, Austin FC's Executive Director of Broadcast and Content and lead English language TV broadcast Play by Play commentator. "We will talk to players, coaches, owners and luminaries from the unique culture and city that is Austin."

The second episode of Verde & Black will feature Anthony Precourt, Austin FC Founder, Majority Owner and Chief Executive Officer. It will be available to download in mid-April, 2021.


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