Yesterday for the first time in 68 days, Philadelphia Union head coach Jim Curtin was able to see his players in person. The team began individual training workouts just over the PA/DE line in Wilmington at the 76ers Fieldhouse/Complex. They utilized the lone outdoor playing field at the complex and will continue to do so […]Read more "Union return to individual training + Curtin speaks: what you need to know"
It feels like this Quarantine has gone on for way too long now. In a city where the world of sports dominates on a day to day basis, this is unusual. Luckily despite the controversy, Philly Sports fans may have some sort of outlet to distract themselves for a couple of weeks, as the German […]Read more "Who To Root for in the Bundesliga: A guide to German Fußball, for Philly Sports fans"
Philadelphia Union center back Mark McKenzie spoke via a phone interview with PhillySportsNetwork.com Tuesday afternoon to discuss social distancing, isolation from teammates, and how a young player copes during this prolonged time away from the game. Two months ago today, Mark McKenzie and his Philadelphia Union teammates learned Major League Soccer would be suspending match […]Read more "Mark McKenzie and Union teammates remain bonded in soccer’s absence"
Professional soccer will return in Germany this weekend. Here’s a brief look at the country’s top-tier league and it’s few connections to the Philadelphia Union. There are just 9 matchdays remaining in the top-tier German Bundesliga. But those 9 weeks will surely be cherished by soccer fans around the globe considering the prolonged absence of […]Read more "Bundesliga Returns: Philadelphia Union connections in Hoffenheim"
While there has been little to no soccer played around the world since the middle of March, one of the World’s biggest leagues is set to kick off this weekend. Germany’s top league, the Bundesliga is set to resume play this weekend! For anyone who is looking to watch live sports again, understanding this league […]Read more "Soccer Spotlight: The Return of the Bundesliga"
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"
Philadelphia Union PA Announcer Kevin Casey joined Union broadcaster Dave Leno on a Zoom chat yesterday afternoon to share his career journey along with helpful advice during the extended absence of sports. Learn his story. You may know him only by his voice. But many Philadelphia Union fans have come to recognize PA Announcer Kevin […]Read more "Union PA Announcer Kevin Casey becoming a fan favorite, learn his story"
With the Corona-virus postponing much of our beloved sports, it gives fans a chance to really sit back and think about where each team really is in the grand scope at a quest for a title. Before the virus cut short the NBA and NHL season, the Philadelphia Flyers were the surprise of the NHL […]Read more "Ranking the current Head Coaches in Philadelphia Sports"
Last week, MLSSoccer.com’s podcast, ExtraTime, began diving into various MLS clubs’ histories in hopes of deciding the four most important and influential faces to be on a hypothetical Mt. Rushmore. The trips down memory lane have been enjoyable for all MLS fans during this time. For Philadelphia Union fans, they were lucky enough to hear […]Read more "Philadelphia Union Mt. Rushmore: PSN crew talks franchise icons"
The Philadelphia Union closed its Power Training Complex along the Delaware River in Chester back on March 12th, since no major sports have been played across the country. But the Union and their fans have tried to remain (somewhat) optimistic. Despite the bleakest of news day after day as we continue to live through an […]Read more "During unprecedented lows, Union and fans try to stay positive"