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A brief history of Supporters’ Shield winners and their success

A look at the history the Philadelphia Union are up against as Supporters’ Shield winners for the 2021 season

So much more than a draw: Looking back at the LAFC match a year later

The 3-3 tie in Los Angeles was a harbinger of what the season would eventually be

Diego Maradona: Soccer’s most complex hero

His presence could part defenses and his touch could turn good players into dogshit

Celebrating the 80th birthday of Pelé and his lasting impact on soccer in the U.S.

If you were writing a biography about a soccer player for school as a kid, it was probably about Pelé

More Than a Game Part IV: Steve ‘Rammelade’ Rammel’s journey from UGH to MLS

West Deptford, N.J. native Steve Rammel parlayed his UGH experience into a short but memorable run in MLS

More Than a Game Part III: From Hungary to UGH, the journey of the Vermes and Serban families

Peter Vermes and Mike Serban were both second-generation UGH players.

More Than a Game Part II: Werner Fricker’s quest to change perceptions of American soccer

UGH legend was a champion for the sport of soccer well beyond Philadelphia

More Than a Game Part I: When the Italy-bound USMNT met their match in Bucks County

The first of a series on the night the U.S. men’s national team played the United German Hungarians in Oakford, Pa.

Ed Tatoian’s early goals led Temple to a national championship in 1951

Temple Hall of Famer and former Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals standout died on June 7 at the age of 88

A brief history of soccer scarves

A look at the history of scarves becoming essential game day attire

20 years ago, Hershey had its shining moment in the international soccer spotlight

Two decades ago, a star-studded USMNT U23 team qualified for the Olympics at Hersheypark Stadium