Bethlehem get a point away after conceding late in a game marred by technical issues
Bethlehem wrapped up a four game road trip with a draw in a tense game that saw both sides come out of FNB Field with a point. Craig Foster burned Anderson Conceicao on a long run, and the City Islanders striker slotted calmly past Matt Jones' hands to give the home side the lead after 43 minutes.
The Eastern Conference is turning towards the home stretch of the regular season, and the playoff picture is finally coming into view. This starts our weekly look at the entire Eastern playoff picture.
It is time to start thinking playoffs. At this point the Union are in the unfamiliar position of being on the "in" instead of chasing the pack.
Temple made it two wins to start the season in the first Philly Soccer Six derby match in their new stadium
Joonas Jokinen's second goal of the season in the 67th minute broke a stalemate and held up as the game-winner for Temple in their first Philly Soccer Six derby match in their new facility near campus.
The first week of the college soccer season is a short one, but it was full of outstanding performances from players with ties to the Philadelphia region
This year during the college soccer season, we'll be handing out weekly awards to players with ties to the Union Academy and the greater Philadelphia region and also take a look at the players making an impact on a national level.
Despite playing well, Steel FC can't overcome an early Louisville City goal.
Bethlehem Steel FC fall to winless in the last six despite playing well after an early strike from Guy Abend opened (and subsequently closed) the scoring. This game went the way the last few for Bethlehem have gone.
The 29-year-old midfielder is in line to earn his 54th and 55th caps for the US Men's National Team.
Philadelphia Union midfielder Alejandro Bedoya has been named to Jurgen Klinsmann's 26-man roster as World Cup Qualifying resumes. The United States will travel to St. Vincent and the Grenadines on September 2nd, then host Trinidad and Tobago four days later to round out the group stage of CONCACAF qualifying.
Rate the players in their 2-0 win over Sporting Kansas City.
Second half substitute Roland Alberg broke a 0-0 stalemate with a wonderful strike from outside the box and the Union finished off Sporting Kansas City with relative ease. The effort was made easier by two red cards drawn against Sporting.
The Union put two by Sporting Kansas City to win their third of their last four games.
After a fairly even first 45 minutes, the Philadelphia Union dominated Sporting Kansas City in the second half, leaving the match with a two-goal, and two-man, advantage. Sharpshooter Roland Alberg came off the bench to hit his ninth goal of the season, then later set up Tranquillo Barnetta to put the game beyond doubt.