Back To Regular Business For Union

The Philadelphia Union left it all on the field on Tuesday night in a thrilling, gutsy U.S. Open Cup Championship match that ultimately went to Seattle in overtime. Somehow, they need to put the disappointment of that wrenching loss behind them and gather themselves for what should be a winnable game against Houston (Saturday, 7 […]

Union Going For First Championship

In soccer, trophies are everything and the Philadelphia Union, in only their 5th year in the MLS, take a crack at winning their first on Tuesday night at PPL Park (7:30 p.m., TCN). For the first time, the Union has battled their way to the championship match of the annual Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, a century-old tournament […]

Hot Union Must Keep Climbing

The Philadelphia Union are back at PPL Park on Saturday (3 p.m., NBC Sports) for a home match against the New York Red Bulls, after a pair of enormous victories over Toronto FC in a home-and-home set last week. Toronto never got a goal in those games. The Union netted three. A few defensive laps […]

Union Must Take Advantage of Weak Opponent

After picking-up key points against Colorado, New York, Chicago and Kansas City, the Philadelphia Union finds themselves back at friendly PPL Park on Saturday night (August 9, 7 p.m., CSN) in the sort of match-up that teams serious about post-season play need to find a way to win. The opponent is the Montreal Impact, last […]

K.C. Has Been Sweet Spot For Union

We’re wrapping-up Major League Baseball’s Trade Deadline week in Philadelphia and the Phillies have been a major focus with everyone from Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee, Marlon Byrd, Chase Utley, A.J. Burnett, Antonio Bastardo, the bat boy and the clubhouse water cooler rumored to be headed to other stadiums. As of this writing, we’re still waiting […]