The Philadelphia Union still have a chance to make the playoffs with a win against Sporting KC.
The Philadelphia Union’s playoff hopes took a major hit Saturday after losing to the Montreal Impact 2-1.
It seems as if the matches get bigger and bigger each week for the Philadelphia Union as they chase a postseason berth.
A Temple University grad turned his love of art and his love of soccer into a clothing company, “Live Breathe Futbol.”
Substitute Jack McInerney scored in the 90th minute to lift Philadelphia into a 1-1 draw with D.C. United on Saturday night and boost the Union’s playoff hopes.
The Philadelphia Union will be on the road on Saturday night, visiting D.C. United.
This week, the KYW Philly Soccer Show talks about the Union’s recent resurgence.
With the firing of Peter Laviolette, Eagles head coach Chip Kelly became the longest tenured head coach in Philadelphia (How many times have you heard that this week?), among the four major sports, of course. If you asked soccer fans in Philadelphia that same question, their answer would be ‘John Hackworth.’
The regular season is winding down for the Philadelphia Union. Just four matches left beginning with Saturday when they welcome Toronto FC to town.
Just as a playoff berth was slipping out of reach, the Philadelphia Union gets its biggest win of the season to put them back in the hunt.
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.
It would be an understatement to say that the last couple of years have been forgettable in Philadelphia sports. Bryzgalov and Bynum highlighted the Flyers and Sixers timelines for all of the wrong reasons, the Eagles fell apart to an extent we may have deemed unbelievable five years ago, and the Phillies have gone from the league’s elite, to one of the most questioned front offices in all of baseball.
The Dynamo moved past the Union in the East playoff picture as Philadelphia extended its winless streak to five matches,