The United States women hope to win their first World Cup since 1999
The Philadelphia Union may not play today, but there is American soccer on tonight that should interest you. The United States Women's National Team are playing in a FIFA World Cup Final, and it's against the team that defeated them in the 2011 World Cup Final: Japan.
Another Philadelphia Union player is off the market.
Cristian Maidana is having a good year.The Argentine central attacking midfielder is one of the bright spots in what has been a rather dreadful season thus far for the Philadelphia Union, notching a goal and racking up six assists in the sixteen games he's appeared in this season.
Philadelphia Union Academy midfielder Michael Swift verbally committed to South Carolina's Clemson University on Thursday.
The Philadelphia Union Academy to Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) pipeline picked up another player on Thursday with U-18 midfielder Michael Swift's verbal commitment to play college soccer at Clemson.
The Philadelphia Union Academy U-16 team will host the New England Revolution in a U.S. Development Academy quarterfinal match at PPL Park at 7 p.m. on July 8.
The Union Academy U-16 team will get a chance to play on the home pitch of the senior team with a trip to Carson, California on the line.
Local man starts a GoFundMe page to raise $400 million to buy the Philadelphia Union.
Jason Sutch is a man with a mission. Rather than be content to watch the Philadelphia Union continually languish under what has proven (over the past couple of days at least) to be an unpopular ownership group, Sutch has started a GoFundMe page to raise $400 million and buy the Union from Jay Sugarman, Nick Sakiewicz, and the rest of Keystone Entertainment Group.
A look back at what went right and what went wrong in the month of June for the Union.
The month of June has so far been the best month of the season for the Philadelphia Union. They ended the month with a record of 4-1-2 with two key US Open Cup wins against USL team Rochester Rhinos and I-95 rivals DC United.
Each week of the 2015 season continues the theme that can only be described as a roller coaster. June has been a packed calendar, so let's take stock as they get a chance to breathe.
The last two weeks has seen the Union play four home games and one on the road in LA. Those 14 days have seen the devastation of a 5-1 stomping at the hands of the Galaxy, the inspirational comeback from a goal and a man down in the USOC, and a dull 0-0 draw through 120 minutes with a USL side that had to go to penalties.
The home of the Philadelphia Union will be getting a new name.
Since 2010, the Philadelphia Union have called PPL Park home. The iconic stadium, located right on the Chester waterfront holds a great view of the Delaware River and the Commodore Barry Bridge. At the end of the 2015 MLS season however, the Union will have a new name for their home.
The lull of summer almost hit the Union hard with a rare week off, but as soon as the game action continued so did the Union being in the news.
It's always Kevin Kinkead stirring up trouble. Why do you have to torture us, Kevin!?! The CBS 3 correspondent revealed information last week in the series of vague tweets and also a more specific appearance on Soccer Morning last Wednesday that suggest the Philadelphia Union are in a bad way financially (And I won't get into the tirade unleashed early Tuesday morning).
After a difficult start to the season, Philadelphia Union striker CJ Sapong is redeeming himself on the pitch.
It's not been an easy season for CJ Sapong. In the first game of the season against the Colorado Rapids, the tall, lanky forward was upended by Bobby Burling toward the end of the first half, resulting in a concussion and a zygomatic fracture - he literally broke his face.
Twitter has become a place for sports fans to keep up to date on their favorite teams. Social media has changed the way that we follow sports and twitter followers seems like a good way to measure how popular a team is.
Since the inception of Major League Soccer, teams have been trying to gain a foothold in the American Sports scene.
Unlikely heroes step up after Sapong is sent off.
A tired Union starting lineup probably welcomed the 30-minute weather delay they faced 15 minutes into the game. A nice break from the action, the delay gave the team an opportunity to relax and refuel before heading out to finish the first half.
In an interview with the Philly Soccer Page, Venezuelan striker Fernando Aristeguieta seems to confirm that he will be sticking with the Philadelphia Union.
In the post-game interview with the Philly Soccer Page, Fernando Aristeguieta was asked point-blank "Are you staying around?" His response was as calm and matter-of-fact as could be.
The Philadelphia Union host D.C. United in the fifth round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup as they look to grab their first trophy. From previews to reviews and analysis, this is the whole story.
Philadelphia Union (MLS) vs. D.C. United (MLS)
Time/Location: 7 p.
This week we also sat down with Ben Bromley of Black and Red United, SB Nation's D.C. United blog, about tonight's U.S. Open Cup match against DCU.
tBG) With D.C. United contending for the Supporters' Shield, is it smart for them to go for it all in the USOC?
B&RU) They didn't use any of their regular starters against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, and they won't use any of their regular starters against the Philadelphia Union.