When Atlanta United plays, the team’s LGBTQ fan club All Stripes is always watching, and that’s how it was Sunday at Georgia Beer Garden.
There was an extra level of excitement since the team is in the playoffs, so All Stripes held a watch party to see the team beat New York City FC 1-0.
Next up, Atlanta United plays NYC FC in a rematch back home on Sunday. All Stripes hosts a tailgate in Lot A of The Gulch at 1 p.m.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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