The road to next November, and a return to the biggest stage, is a long one, filled with double-edged opportunities
After making the MLS Cup final, the Philadelphia Union has taken a bit of a different approach to the offseason
A look at the how the Union broke DC United wide open in another historic blowout
A big night from the Union’s attack helped them rebound from a dismal loss and get revenge on Chicago
How the German left back supplies the Union attack
A look at the positives and negatives behind the Union’s string of draws
The goal would have given the Union a 2-1 lead before Julian Carranza was called for offside
Harriel took over the starting job the second week of the season and has locked the position down
This season, the Philadelphia Union have used nearly the same lineup, the same formation, and produced comparable defensive metrics as previous seasons, but something’s changed
A look back at the first goal of the season and how the Union’s persistence paid off
"The strength of depth of the Union, constructed without traditional star power, is no surprise to Union fans, but the playoffs are magnifying how important it is."
The Union hasn’t lost a home game on a Wednesday since 2013
Taking a look back at the Union’s 1-1 draw
Breaking down the Union attack in the 1-1 draw with CF Montréal
Our resident referee breaks down what happened leading up to the Union’s man-advantage and Kai Wagner’s free kick goal.
On the play that changed the Philadelphia Union’s game against the New York Red Bulls
Strong defense, restarts and counters have covered for some of the Union’s struggles in the final third this season
Taking a look at the Union’s newest attacker
Breaking down the Union’s first goal in Atlanta that opened the game up for the visitors
Union win wasn’t pretty but the scoreboard doesn’t care
The grit and conviction in which Monteiro finished the play was the mark of a Philly goal, one that won’t dominate headlines but still made a firm statement about his value in the box.
In the Union’s opener against Columbus, Bedoya had two late-game chances to give the Union the lead, both generated from the types of intelligent runs needed to crack a stout Columbus defense.
Andre Blake and Eloy Room traded highlights in the scoreless draw
Monteiro had two goals, two assists and was seemingly everywhere defensively in the Union’s blowout over Saprissa
Wagner’s heads up play kept Saprissa off the board and down a goal heading into the decisive second leg in Chester