Conor Casey scored in the 36th minute, for Philadelphia’s first goal in four matches, and the Union beat Sporting Kansas City 1-0 on Friday night.
The Philadelphia Union are in desperate need of a victory. As they get ready to visit Sporting Kansas City on Friday night, the Union sit winless in their last five matches. This slump has dropped them down to a tie for sixth in the Eastern Conference with 39 points. The top five teams make the playoffs.
This week the KYW Philly Soccer Show takes a look at the Philadelphia Union from a slightly different perspective.
The Dynamo moved past the Union in the East playoff picture as Philadelphia extended its winless streak to five matches,
The USA is going to Brazil, while at home the Philadelphia Union continues to struggle.
The MLS regular season is turning the corner for home and the Philadelphia Union continue to sit right in the middle of the playoff race.
Ousted Rutgers athletic director Tim Pernetti has been named the chief business officer of the New York City Football Club.
Shea Salinas scored in the 15th minute and the San Jose Earthquakes held on to beat the Philadelphia Union 1-0 on Sunday night.
The Philadelphia Union have a tough road match this Sunday in San Jose, and the US National team heads to Costa Rica for a World Cup qualifier.
This first crop of 8th-to-12th graders shares one thing in common: top-level soccer. But school founder Rich Graham says that will allow them to be more diverse.
Zac MacMath needed to make only one save Saturday as the Union and Montreal Impact played to a scoreless draw.
The KYW Philly Soccer Show talks with Union goalkeeper Zac MacMath as the Philadelphia Union get ready for the dangerous Montreal Impact at PPL Park this Saturday.
You have to imagine that Saturday night’s match against the Montreal Impact can’t get here soon enough for the Philadelphia Union as they look to bounce back from Sunday’s disaster in Foxboro.
He is one of the key players for a resurgent New England Revolution, and now he is the guest on the KYW Philly Soccer Show.
After beating D.C. United on Saturday, 2-0, Philadelphia has 37 points, which has them sitting 3rd in the conference, but they are just two points behind first place Sporting Kansas City. Sitting in between those two squads is New York and on Saturday Philadelphia will pay the Red Bulls a visit.