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A neighborhood in southern Richmond, Virginia that lies south of VCU, or Virginia Commonwealth University.

Originally, an industrial, white working class neighborhood, the area has been heavily gentrified with the influx of VCU students living off campus.
After Jeff couldn't live on the VCU campus, he moved into an off campus house in Oregon Hill.
by jonnigga October 17, 2011
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The act or actions pertaining to a eurosnob. These examples would include, but are not limited to:

* complaining that Major League Soccer has conferences rather than a single table
* believing that U.S. Soccer should institute promotion and relegation for all of the soccer leagues in the country
* being a douchebag or jackass when belittling MLS or American soccer
Wally's eurosnobbery is awful: he rants about how tacky and corny Major League Soccer's structure is, when he cannot accept the fact the country needs to cater to casual fans.
by jonnigga November 23, 2011
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A Major League Soccer club based in the Salt Lake City suburb of Sandy, Utah. Nicknamed "RSL", the club at first got a lot of criticism because they were very bad and had an un-American name. However, it dwindled down after the won the Cup title in 2009 and excelled in the CONCACAF Champions League.
Colorado Rapids Fan: We won the MLS Cup '10!!!

Real Salt Lake: Psh, took you 15 years! Took us only five!
by jonnigga November 28, 2010
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An Major League Soccer club from Seattle that has a incredibly ridiculous amount of fans (for an American soccer club), upwards of 35,000 a match. The original club formed in 1974 and they have been playing in MLS since 2009.
Eurosnob: No one watchs American ... pfft.... soccer HAH
Sounders FC fan: Have you seen Qwest Field during a Seattle Sounders FC match?
by jonnigga October 29, 2010
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A trophy given to the Major League Soccer club with the best regular season record. Soccer purists consider the Shield winner the true champion of MLS for that season; however, the league likes to the MLS Cup winner is the champion that season.

The incentives for winning the Shield are nearly identical to the MLS Cup. Both teams are rewarded with Group Stage spots in the CONCACAF Champions League the following year.

Past Shield winners include:

1996 - Tampa Bay Mutiny
1997 - DC United
1998 - Los Angeles Galaxy
1999 - D.C. United
2000 - Kansas City Wizards (now Sporting KC)
2001 - Miami Fusion
2002 - Los Angeles Galaxy
2003 - Chicago Fire
2004 - Columbus Crew
2005 - San Jose Earthquakes
2006 - D.C. United
2007 - D.C. United
2008 - Columbus Crew
2009 - Columbus Crew
2010 - Los Angeles Galaxy
Although the Colorado Rapids won the MLS Cup title, many consider the Los Angeles Galaxy to be the true MLS champions since they won the Supporters Shield
by jonnigga January 20, 2011
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1. A pretentious prick that is born and raised in the United States, but does not support their local Major League Soccer, North American Soccer League, or USL Pro club. Instead, they cheer on a European giant, preferably of the G-14 clubs (i.e. Manchester United, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, etc.) that have little to not connection to. Often, they will refuse to go to their local MLS team's matches and watch their favorite European teams play on TV.

Eurosnobs have sheer ignorance towards MLS because they are under the false impression that anything American soccer is supposedly bad, when really their head is too far up their ass they just talk and act like shit.

2. The same scenario as above, but only applied to Australia's A-League.

3. Any non-European whom claims their favorite soccer team is not their local team.
1. MLS/real soccer fan: Dude, did you see that intense Seattle v. Portland match last night?!

Eurosnob: Hahaha, really? That's the MLS. The MLS sucks. They have stupid names. Sounders? Timbers?! C'mon should be Seattle City or Portland FC.

MLS/real soccer fan: ...seriously? Enjoy glory-hunting, while I have fun cheering on our local team.
by jonnigga October 20, 2011
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A fake soccer fan from the United States that only hops the bandwagon and supports European powerhouses rather than their local MLS, NASL or USL club. Eurosnobs tend to have poor grammar and reference MLS as "the MLS" as if it's some third world league. Any time a European power house plays an MLS club in a friendly two things happen: If the Euro club wins, the Eurosnob will say it clearly shows how supreme they are. If an MLS club wins or draws, the Eurosnob cries that it's a fluke, the club played with reserves. The same situation can apply for Australia's A-League.

Eurosnobs tend to cheer on multiple European giants, in the hope that one of the clubs wins the Champions League. Additionally, most Eurosnobs cannot name anymore than four or five teams in the EPL. For the Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A, Eurosnobs may be only able to name one or two teams. Essientially, they're the American soccer bandwagon.

This breed is vehemently loathed upon by the American, Canadian and Australian soccer communities.
True American soccer fan: "So, you're telling me you're not a fan of D.C. United, but you cheer on Barcelona, Manchester United, Bayern Munich AND Inter?"

Eurosnob: "...Uh...yeah...they don't suck like the MLS. D.C. United...HA."

True American soccer fan: "Ignorant eurosnob. You're not a true soccer fan."

Eurosnob: "Yeah I am."

True American soccer fan: "Name a team in Span...that's NOT Real Madrid or Barcelona."

Eurosnob: Um......
by jonnigga April 9, 2011
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