It has been a LONG time since we’ve seen Philadelphia Union soccer, just about two months to be exact. Since we only saw two games of the 2020 season, we haven’t been able to get a good look at the new faces the Union has this season. Two games into the season are very early, […]Read more "2020 Philadelphia Union Way Too Early Report Cards: New Acquisitions"
After a disappointing loss at Red Bull Arena on Sunday night, the Union now travels across the country to play the San Jose Earthquakes on Wednesday night. We haven’t seen the Earthquakes since the spring of 2018, and they have a lot of changes. On Wednesday after multiple ejections on Saturday against Atlanta, the Quakes […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Show the Foe: San Jose Earthquakes"
The Union faces their biggest game of the season on Saturday as the defending MLS Cup (and now Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup) champions, Atlanta United come to town. Both teams are tied for 1st place, and with the incredible form Atlanta is playing in right now, the Union has their hands full this Saturday […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Show the Foe: Atlanta United"
The Union was blasted by the Montreal Impact last week and is looking to get back on track Sunday as they travel the D.C. United. A battle between not only rivals but the 1st and 3rd place teams in the conference should be quite the matchup. We have not seen D.C. United yet this season […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Show the Foe: D.C. United"
It was a rough weekend for the Union as they fell to NYCFC 4-2 after a few “questionable” penalty decisions. Now, the Union travel to the Sunshine State to take on an Orlando City team who are just points away from playoff contention. The boys in blue haven’t seen the boys in purple yet this […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Show the Foe: Orlando City"
Show the Foe: NYCFC After tying against the dialed in New England Revolution on Wednesday, the Union travel to Yankee Stadium to take on NYCFC. Yankee Stadium is the same location where the Union saw their 2018 season end, so the blue and gold are looking to get their revenge on Saturday against the other […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Show the Foe: NYCFC"
The year was 2008, and the Philadelphia Union were just hatching out the same egg that new Union mascot Phang came from. Aside from announcing that Philadelphia finally got an MLS team, an announcement came out stating that the city of Chester will be the hometown of this Philadelphia soccer club. Many die-hard soccer fans […]Read more "Should more be developed on the land around Talen Energy Stadium?"
The stakes have never been higher for the United States Men’s National team (USMNT), as they gear up for the 2019 Gold Cup. This competition signifies the first competitive matches the US will play in more than a year. The last competitive match the United States played resulted in the heart breaking loss against Trinidad […]Read more "Can the USMNT get out Group D at the 2019 Gold Cup?"
After handing the Loons their first loss in their gorgeous new stadium, the Philadelphia Union return home this weekend as they take on their rival the New York Red Bulls. The Union haven’t played the Red Bulls yet this season, but with both clubs playing well recently expect a heated affair. Red Bulls’ Projected Starting […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Show The Foe: New York Red Bulls"