CJ Sapong won't be hitting free agency for at least three more years!!! Check out that along with the latest Union and MLS news below.
Union hopes clarity leads to success | Philly.com: Clarity and direction is what Philadelphia Union sporting director Earnie Stewart has brought to the organization in the short time since he took over at the beginning of the year.
The rules differ between Major League Soccer and the National Hockey League and Major League Baseball - if the rules exist at all.
When Bethlehem Steel FC kicks off their inaugural season this spring, they will be the third lower division sports team in the Lehigh Valley with ties to a major league club, joining the AHL Lehigh Valley Phantoms in hockey and the Lehigh Valley IronPigs of minor league baseball's International League.
Philadelphia Union striker CJ Sapong will be with the club for another three years.
The Philadelphia Union announced today that forward CJ Sapong has agreed to an extension on his current contract, giving him another three years in Philadelphia. Sapong was initially added to the roster following the Amobi Okugo trade with Sporting Kansas City in December of 2014.
The Union have signed a capable backup for Andre Blake and more. Check out the latest news below.
Earnie Stewart Will Bring Diverse Experience to Union | American Soccer Now: Can the season please start so instead of "Earnie Stewart will bring" the headlines can change to "The Improvement that the Union Have Found Under Stewart"?
The England native joins the Union on a season-long loan from a top-flight Portuguese team.
The Union have announced the season-long loan signing of goalkeeper Matt Jones from Portuguese club Belenenses. Jones was born in England, but he holds a U.S. green card, meaning he will not occupy an international roster spot.
"You know what it is, it's not my style, it's not the way I work. That's why it was very important that the first discussions that I had that we talked about the core values of the Union. I want to make sure that we have a playing style that fits for the fans of Philadelphia and that we all can identify ourselves with.
The ex-Philadelphia Union winger will now ply his trade in a place slightly less cold than Norway.
Minnesota United FC announced today that they had signed former Philadelphia Union winger Danny Cruz. Cruz had been without a club since the Union released him after a stint on loan with FK Bodø/Glimt in Norway's Tippeligaen (First Division).
The 36-year-old Brazilian recently earned his National E License, opening the door to a possible coaching career in the near future.
Former Philadelphia Union player Fred recently attended a U.S. Soccer National E License Course in Wayne, Pennsylvania. The course is geared toward teaching 9-12 year-old players and is the second step in the ladder that eventually leads to the U.
More than 30 players got playing time in the Union's preseason opener in Jacksonville.
An excellent chip from Charles Eloundou sunk the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night, as his 80th-minute goal propelled the Jacksonville Armada to a 1-0 victory. The match served as the preseason opener for both sides.
Where do the Union stand after the transfer of 25-year-old Roland Alberg?
The Union finalized the signing of Roland Alberg on Thursday, tapping into their Targeted Allocation Money depository to acquire the 25-year-old Dutch midfielder. The former ADO Den Haag player was first linked to the Union about a week ago, as the process accelerated quickly before culminating in an official announcement.
Off the back of a 3-2 comeback victory against Iceland, the United States Men's National Team will close out Camp Cupcake against Canada. There are plenty of players looking to make an impact before qualifying starts up again.
The United States Men's National Team (USMNT) victory that opened 2016 gave manager Jurgen Klinsmann plenty to think about heading in to the last friendly before qualifying ramps up again.