Over the Rhine is a neighborhood in Cincinnati and the namesake of its soccer club: OTR Cincinnati. The team has called it home since the beginning of the Great Depression in 1930. There have been some other amateur teams in Cincinnati that have had some success in the US Open Cup, but none have gained traction as a professional club and Over the Rhine has been Cincinnati's team their entire existence.
They have mostly played at the bottom of the America League pyramid, but in 2008 some ambitious owners took over. By 2016 they rose through the ranks and played a season in the Premier League before settling in America One since.
They are known as the Riverboats because of Cincinnati's boating history and they play their matches in Cincinnatius Coliseum. Over the Rhine used to have an OTR initial logo but in 1940 shortly after the flag of Cincinnati was adopted, they switched to their current logo that takes heavy inspiration from the city's flag.
The team's uniforms take the wavy stripes from the flag and puts them across the chest. The primaries are white with teal accents and the change kits are teal with navy accents paired with white shorts. Inside the neck is the phrase "STRENGTH IN UNITY" which is the motto of Cincinnati.