Photo essays / Sons of Ben

In pictures: A day with the Sons of Ben

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

Photo by Earl Gardner

For additional photos please check out Earl Gardner’s Flickr page.

8 Comments

  1. not pictured ugly capo stands.

    • rabmcmlxxxvii says:

      They’re it two of the pictures. Good job.

    • Earl Gardner says:

      look again…

    • Those new capo stands were taken down after the 1st half. I imagine people complained that they obstructed their view?

      • They absolutely did..I’m in 139 and the one stand blocked half the box and basically the whole right corner..for bedoyas penalty I was pretty much on my knees..I get what they are tryin to do but those stands aren’t going to fly..both 140 and 139 were crushing the guy in that thing, it was actually quite comical

      • Earl Gardner says:

        Yes, they were more United at chanting their displeasure at the capos on them than the players on the pitch

  2. Old Soccer Coach says:

    Wish they would invite that drum line to sit with them every game, and comment with their drums.

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