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
How the Union lost to the Revs in recipe form
One more time with the New England Revolution
Despite creating the bulk of the chances, the Union leave Columbus with another loss
After grinding out a win over Chicago, the Union head to Columbus aiming to win a trophy
Fontana’s output in recent games is among the best in MLS
Two second half goals sunk the Union in just their third loss of the season on Saturday night
FC Cincinnati frustrated the Union offense and handed them their second shutout in Ohio this season
A look back at two key moments in the win over Montreal in New Jersey
Breaking down the Union’s win over 10-man Montreal
Looking back at the Union’s big win at Red Bull Arena
With rising expectations and a bigger stage, the smallest cracks in a squad and the tiniest of mistakes become magnified.
The Union’s aggressiveness was rewarded to the tune of four goals
The lone goal of the night Tuesday came after a long build-up
Ale and Ray’s partnership down the right side was key to unlocking the Red Bull