Recaps and reaction to the Union's ugly draw in Toronto. Harrisburg in second place after two-win weekend with Union loanees all over the score sheet. USA celebrates Centennial with two wins. More news.
The fourth annual friendly between the Union and City Islanders takes place Tuesday at 7:30pm at the Skyline Sports Complex in Harrisburg. Tim Uhrich takes a look at some pregame storylines including the possibility of halftime jersey changes.
With most fan eyes focusing on the upcoming US Open Cup match between the Richmond Kickers and D.C. United, there are still some league games to go before we get to that titanic struggle. For the Kickers, that means welcoming the Harrisburg City Islanders, the USL Pro affiliate of the Philadelphia Union, to the friendly confines of City Stadium.
Looking at another three games in a week, Vartughian says Union has roster depth. Burke proud of Union academy and loanee players after USOC 2nd round. OC doesn't blame the Union in USOC protest. More news.
What's up with the Union's home form? Harrisburg, Ocean City, Reading, and Junior Lone Star in play this weekend. Klinsmann releases US roster for upcoming friendlies and qualifiers. Robots in Brazil. More news.
Hackworth says Union could have done more to win but poor officiating played big part in Saturday's draw. Cruz on his brace. With Parke injured and Williams suspended, is it Soumare time. HCI win. More news.
Hackworth describes Saturday's performance in loss to NE as the Union's worst of the year. Jimmy McLaughlin scores in Harrisburg's home opener win. NYT reports Abu Dhabi royal nearing purchase of 20th MLS team. Garber says "way too muc" soccer on TV. More
Quotes and reaction from Unions first win at RFK as McInerney rises to top of league scoring table. Hernandez and Jordan score as City Islanders make it two in a row. Warner and Blazer fraudulently profited. More news.
Hack says Saturday's draw feels like a loss. More quotes and reports from the game. Cristhian Hernandez assists Harrisburg's stoppage time winner. US knocked out of CONCACAF U-17 Championship quarterfinals. More news.
John Hackworth says Kleberson must earn start like everyone else. Califf looking forward to first return to PPL, expects creative heckling. City Islanders open season on Saturday. US advances at CONCACAF U-17s. Champions League semifinal draw. More.
In his weekly press conference, John Hackworth says Union isn't taking Toronto FC lightly. Hack says he plans to keep the Union back four intact. Anding on loan to Harrisburg. Mourinho the nice guy. More.
MLS and attendance figures have long been a topic of conversation in US Soccer circles. This week I want to look at the issue from a different perspective. In this week's USL Pro Spotlight, we are taking a look at what type of impact a visiting MLS Reserve squad had on USL Pro clubs attendance numbers.
Consider the demons from last year's Open Cup tournament exorcised.
Nearly a year to the date after the Harrisburg City Islandershanded them ahumiliating third rounddefeat, the New England Revolution staked a dominant 5-1 victory over the Rochester Rhinos in Tuesday's third round Open Cup tilt at Sahlen's Stadium.
Unlike their MLS affiliate, the Richmond Kickers are currently undefeated in league play, third on the table on overall points, and second in the table in points per game. And tonight they put that nine game streak on the line against the Wilmington Hammerheads, the first team that the Kickers will have played twice this season.
The Islanders enter a crucial stretch of four games in nine days with away matches on back-to-back nights in Charleston and Charlotte followed later by a contest against an MLS Reserve side. Is this normal?
Just three days after another discouraging loss in MLS play, this time to the Portland Timbers, D.C. United travels 100 miles south to take on their USL Pro affiliate, the Richmond Kickers in the third round of the US Open Cup. The two teams are a stark contrast of results so far. We all know about D.
The Harrisburg City Islander's game plan coming into this match seemed to be to use their speed to challenge the Richmond Kicker's defenders. And at times Sainey Touray and Aaron Wheeler were able to use that speed and create chances. However, the Richmond Kickers were able to control the majority of the possession to earn a well deserved 2-0 victory.
Just one day after appearing on "Off The Bench", Coach Bill Becher and his Harrisburg City Islanders, took the field at home against the Charleston Battery to defend their perfect 3-0-0 record. However, the City Islanders went on to lose the match 2-1 and notch their first loss of the 2013 season.
Sheanon Williams says Boston will bounce back. Sports Illustrated sees McInereny's as MVP, Gold Cup potential. Kleberson says his debut felt good, praises fans. Danny Califf says his future could be in Philly.