Portugal tied the game in the final seconds of their World Cup matchup with the United States Sunday.
A World Cup block party is taking place in Center City and a lot of local soccer die-hards got the party started early.
The World Cup is in full swing, and the “KYW Philly Soccer Show” is here to get you up to speed.
Hundreds of fans, in their red, white and blue, gathered in Northern Liberties to watch the United States’ dramatic win versus Ghana in the World Cup.
After Clint Dempsey’s historic early goal, the United States spent more than an hour struggling to hold off wave after wave of Ghana attacks. It was no surprise when Ghana tied the game in the 82nd minute.
Philadelphia’s bustling soccer community includes a growing number of World Cup fans.
The John Hackworth era has ended at PPL Park, and the KYW Philly Soccer Show breaks it all down for you.
A Whitecaps penalty kick in the 81st minute earned them a 3-3 draw with the Union Saturday.
It will be the final MLS challenge for the Philadelphia Union before the World Cup break on Saturday as they welcome the Vancouver Whitecaps to Chester.
KYW’s Greg Orlandini and Philly Soccer Page writer Eli Pearlman-Storch are joined by Philly.com’s Jonathan Tannenwald to break down the Union’s 3-0 win, on the road, last Saturday against Chivas USA.
Chivas USA, like the Union, are toward the bottom of the standings and struggling for points. Chivas defender Eric Avila is our guest.
Nine-year-old Angel Collazo, of Williamstown, New Jersey, will be taking the trip of a lifetime.
Landon Donovan broke the Major League Soccer goal record Sunday night, scoring his 135th and 136th regular-season goals in the Los Angeles Galaxy’s 4-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union.
Donovan, 32, has played in the past three World Cups for the U.S, going back to 2002 and has appeared in more World Cup matches, 12, than any other U.S. player. D
The Philadelphia Union incited the gamut of emotions this past week, and Ray Gaddis is the guest on the KYW Philly Soccer Show.