Philadelphia Union U17 team begins their playoff campaign tonight against Orlando City
by: Peter Andrews — The Philly Soccer Page 19 Jun
The World Cup is coming to North America. Peter Andrews on the opportunity that represents for the city and for the Union. Plus, some observations on the Union's current form.
by: Thomas Swick, Special to the Washington Post — Philly.com 19 Jun
The goals in 1982 weren't for the Communists. They were for a people.
by: Adam Cann — MLS: Philadelphia Union 18 Jun
Haris Medunjanin's goal After staying on the front foot for most of the opening half and spurning multiple gilt-edged opportunities, Philadelphia Union’s commitment to spreading the pitch and attacking Red Bulls’ first defender on the dribble finally...
by: Jonathan Tannenwald, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @thegoalkeeper | Mail icon firstname.lastname@example.org — Philly.com 18 Jun
Bahr grew up in Kensington, played for the U.S. men's national team in its historic 1950 World Cup upset of England, then coached Temple, Penn State and other local teams.
by: Chris Bratton — SB Nation: Brotherly Game 18 Jun
Lucky Mkosana and Prince Baffoe score to complete the comeback
by: Joe Tansey, Pro Soccer USA — Pro Soccer USA 17 Jun
CHESTER, Pa– The Philadelphia Union recovered from a frustrating first half to put away the New York Red Bulls in the final 45 minutes and earn a 2-1 win in the U.S. Open Cup round of 16 on Saturday night. Jim Curtin’s men will face the winner of the D.C
by: admin — Fast Philly Sports 17 Jun
By Mary Cunningham The Union are in the quarterfinal round of the U.S. Open Cup for the fourth time in five years, thanks to yesterday's 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls in Chester. The Red Bulls looked like they were scoring first, as Kemar...
by: Matthew DeGeorge email@example.com @sportsdoctormd on Twitter — Delco Times 17 Jun
CHESTER >> For 45 minutes, you could’ve envisioned how the Union’s Open Cup Round of 16 game would end.
by: Ryan Bright | NBC Sports Philadelphia Contributor — NBC Sports Philadelphia 17 Jun
The Union on Saturday dispatched the Red Bulls, 2-1, to advance to the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals as their unbeaten streak in the tournament reached 12 games. By Ryan Bright