Full Story:SANDY, Utah -- A Utah County family that brought a Betsy Ross flag to a Real Salt Lake soccer game is speaking out, after stadium staff asked them to take the flag down.
RSL team leadership said the flag is banned, and indicated that it doesn't fit with their mission of inclusion and unity.
Randolf and Diana Scott have RSL season tickets, and attend every home game at Rio Tinto Stadium.
"Soccer is just a big part of our life," Diana said.
Most known for his brightly colored mohawk sometimes painted like an American flag, Randolf stands right up front during games. He brings a bag with RSL swag, big chain necklaces, and an American flag that he waves.
At recent home games, he's gotten more attention than usual because of a new item he added to his game gear.
It's the commonly named Betsy Ross flag, which was an early version of the American flag. It has 13 stars in a circle, versus the 50 stars featured today.