The Copa America 2021 Tournament is almost upon us and it has a slightly different format than in previous years. This year there are only 10 teams that span 2 groups as opposed to the typical 3 groups of 4 teams we have seen in the past. We at Philly Sports Network have you covered […]Read more "Everything you need to know about the 2021 Copa America Part 1"
We are one day closer to Euro 2020 kicking off! We at Philly Sports Network have already looked at half of the teams that will be in this summer’s tournament. Now it’s time to take a look at the other half! Here’s all you need to know about the 2021 Euros Part 2! 2021 Euros […]Read more "All you need to know about the 2021 Euros Part 2"
The Philadelphia Union enter this mini-break in second place of the Eastern Conference only three points behind the Revs. They’ve been vastly improving as the season progresses. Although you would like them to continue on this run of six straight games of earned points, rest is surely welcomed with open arms by the players. Let’s […]Read more "The Union’s Made it Through A Grueling First Three Months"
Yes, you have read correctly yours truly has returned from a bit of a writing hiatus. The past month has been extremely busy with me working, finishing up my last semester at college, and ultimately graduating. However, none of those things matter right now because it is time to talk some Union soccer! Here are […]Read more "5 Union Takeaways Entering the Nations League Break"
The MLS Cup Champions Columbus Crew host our Supporters’ Shield winners Philadelphia Union tomorrow at 5:30 PM EST. This is only one in a handful of times that the Supporters Shield winner (most points during the regular season) has played the MLS Cup winner to start the season. I think should be a tradition that […]Read more "Reigning Supporters’ Shield winners Union take on reigning MLS Cup champs Crew in MLS Season kickoff"
There will be cheers echoing from the City of Brotherly Love tonight after the Philadelphia Union decimated Saprissa in the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League clash in front of their beloved home fans. Here’s all you need to know from the game. Philadelphia Union come out swinging The first half started as most […]Read more "Philadelphia Union dominate Saprissa & advance to Champions League Quarterfinals"
Yesterday we were able to watch the Philadelphia Union’s second preseason game which took place at 3 PM against the Chicago Fire in sunny Florida. For the most part, this article will cover the first sixty minutes of play when both teams had their full-strength teams. However, really quickly, I would like to touch on […]Read more "Homegrowns shined other takeaways from Union’s Preseason Match vs Chicago"
The Philadelphia Union takes a blow to their forward room with Sergio Santos’ toe injury as reported by Jim Curtin. Curtin stated that Santos will be out “a couple of weeks” with a torn toe ligament. This unfortunately puts him in jeopardy to miss the first leg of the Union’s CONCACAF Champions League tie against […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Striker Sergio Santos Out with Toe Injury"
Ray Gaddis shockingly retired this past Thursday after nine seasons in Philadelphia. At 31 years old the right-back has played for the Union since he was drafted 35th overall in the 2012 MLS Superdraft clocking 18,702 regular-season minutes and adding 286 more for post-season play. Ray Gaddis shockingly retires What is so unique about Gaddis’ […]Read more "Ray Gaddis shockingly Retires after Nine Years with Philadelphia Union"
The Philadelphia Union announced the signing of Stuart Findlay on Thursday, Feb. 25, at around 11:00 am ET. The six-foot-two-inch Scottish center back comes from the Scottish Premiership club Kilmarnock FC. In his three-and-half-year stint at the club, he made one hundred and seventeen appearances tallying eleven goals and three assists across all competitions. Stuart […]Read more "Philadelphia Union sign center back; Stuart Findlay bolsters the backline"