March is right around the corner, you know what that means? It means it’s time for an in-depth look at the Philadelphia Union’s 2019 MLS schedule opponents. Here’s part six of Philly Sports Network seven part series! August 2019: In part six of our in-depth look at the Union’s 2019 MLS campaign we take a […]Read more "An in depth look at the Philadelphia Union’s 2019 MLS opponents, Part 6"
It’s officially the end of the MLS season, however there is still so much up in the air in terms of the playoff picture. Two teams are fighting to get into the playoffs, seeding is up in the air for five teams, and the top two are fighting for the supporters shield! Here’s an in-depth […]Read more "An in-depth look at MLS’ Eastern Conference playoff picture"
Philadelphia Union have won four in a row, and have not lost since August fourth. Philadelphia’s high-flying midfield, coupled with the scoring prowess of first year player Cory Burke, has the Union playing to their offensive potential. Couple that with a back line that bends but does not break, and a keeper playing at the highest […]Read more "Philly Sports Network Union Crew Preview: Philadelphia Union look for fifth win in a row at DC"
The Philadelphia Union won at New England last Saturday to move up to fifth in the eastern conference standings. Now in a playoff spot, the Union have a stretch of five games over five weeks against eastern conference opponents. This stretch could make Philadelphia Union true contenders, should they build off their already high confidence with […]Read more "The next five matches could make Philadelphia Union true contenders"
The Union are ramping up their preseason activities down in Florida. Meanwhile, most of the people who cover this team are stuck in frigid Philadelphia. Enough about the weather, let’s move onto a more fun subject; like looking at the Union’s opponents, and predicting how they’ll match up. It’s that time of year again. Time […]Read more "An in-depth look at the Union’s 2018 opponents: Part 1"
The Eastern Conference saw its first team punch a ticket to the 2016 playoffs this past weekend. Toronto FC drew New York Red Bulls 3-3 in dramatic fashion, and in doing so secured one of the six playoff spots. Along with a the playoff spot being claimed, there was some major movement at the bottom […]Read more "Your ultimate guide to the Eastern Confernece playoff race Part 2"
The Union are 7 points out of first in the eastern conference. They currently sit in fourth place behind New York City FC, Toronto FC, and New York Red Bulls. The Union are only four points above the redline, and if they continue to drop, they could wind up below the line. This conference is […]Read more "Can the Union reclaim first place in the Eastern Conference?"
The Philadelphia Union travelled to D.C. to face their new rivals for the fourth time this season, still elated after their U.S. Open Cup win over the Red Bulls. In each of the three meetings between the two sides prior to this one, the home side had won. Was that going to continue? The opening moments certainly […]Read more "Philadelphia Union fall to D.C. United after squandering early lead"
After a gruelling yet ultimately rewarding U.S Open Cup fixture during the week, the Philadelphia Union travel to Washington to face leaders of the East Conference and now familiar foe, D.C. United. United may be leading the Conference but were knocked out of the U.S. Open Cup by the Union just a few games back […]Read more "The final showdown: D.C. United vs Philadelphia Union match preview"
After a thrilling contest and more chaotic conditions at PPL Park, the Union came from behind to triumph over D.C United and sail into the Quarter finals of the U.S Open Cup. Despite being short handed after a controversial red card, the Union fought bravely to come back and win over United. The team will […]Read more "Open Cup Conquer continues: Philadelphia Union 2-1 DC United Recap"