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CHESTER, PA- APRIL 16:  The Philadelphia Union and Seattle Sounders FC walk on to the field before the start of the game at PPL Park on April 16, 2011 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The game ended 1-1 tie. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
CHESTER, PA- APRIL 16: The Philadelphia Union and Seattle Sounders FC walk on to the field before the start of the game at PPL Park on April 16, 2011 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The game ended 1-1 tie. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
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The Philly Soccer Page " KYW Philly Soccer Show: Kasey Keller
An American soccer legend is the guest this week as the KYW Philly Soccer Show is joined by Seattle Sounders goalkeeper Kasey Keller. The Washington State native had a long career in Europe and with the USMNT before returning to MLS to play in his home town.

Who Gets a Raise? | Union Dues

IT’s Poll time again. This weeks poll will allows you to tell us who you think deserves a raise based on performances this season.

The Philly Soccer Page " Thanks Hoffenheim!

Jurgen Klinsmann’s appointment as the head coach of the US Mens National Team was met with excitement for many reasons. The stagnating program looked at Klinsmann as a proven winner who could help reestablish the USA as the dominant nation in CONCACAF while helping to build a system to make the Nats more dangerous in international competitions and against European opponents.

#1 " Broad Street Hooligans

If the USA is known for producing anything on the field it is top quality goalkeepers.

The Philly Soccer Page " What is in a number

For nearly 150 years, eleven men have been stepping onto a soccer field prepared to attack and defend against their opponent as a unit.

Union playoff spot likely to be decided in final days | Philadelphia Daily News | 10/07/2011

AMASS 10 WINS, and be a shoo-in for the postseason. This is what the Union technical staff believed and subsequently expressed to its young corps prior to the 2011 season.

Le Toux proves clutch when Union need him most

CHESTER, Pa. – Sébastien Le Toux practiced hard to perfect it – and not only his immense soccer ability.

With three games to go, Union look to be headed to playoffs | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/07/2011

The finish line of a seemingly endless Major League Soccer regular season is finally in sight for the Union, and for now they have to enjoy the view.

Mapp looks to stay strong for Philly down stretch | MLSsoccer.com

"Justin had been hurt and he came back strong," Union manager Peter Nowak said. "That’s a positive sign."

Union fans donate enough blood to save up to 1,338 lives | Philadelphia Union

Chester, PA — Philadelphia Union and the American Red Cross joined forces for the second consecutive year to host a blood drive on September 24 at PPL Park. After a successful inaugural blood drive produced 388 productive units of blood (enough to save up to 1,164 lives), the 2011 edition eclipsed the previous total, generating 446 productive units (enough to save up to 1,338 lives). 

Scouting Report: Second-place Sounders fresh off Open Cup triumph | Philadelphia Union

On Tuesday night, the Seattle Sounders won their third straight U.S. Open Cup, beating Chicago 2-0 in front of a record crowd of 35,615 at CenturyLink Field. Along with the hardware, Seattle became the first MLS team to qualify for the CONCACAF Champions League, in its current format, three years in a row.

Califf flourishing in second season with Union | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. – Danny Califf often took the blame when the Union struggled defensively in 2010, whether he deserved it or not. So, a year later, it's only fair he receive credit for anchoring one of the top defensive units in Major League Soccer.

Union rack up miles in search of first win on West Coast | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. – Probably one of the smartest things the Philadelphia Union players could have done this week was leave their suitcases packed.