The American Outlaws soccer group was formed in Lincoln in 2007.

The original chapter of the American Outlaws gathered on Sunday in Lincoln to watch the United States Women's National Team capture the World Cup. 

It was another top moment for the group that started in 2007 and has now grown to over 30,000 members with 200 chapters in the world. 

Omaha World-Herald visual journalist Elsie Stormberg shows what the victory meant to the Nebraska born group. 

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