USL – Bethlehem Steel FC

Breaking News / Roster News

Breaking news: Bethlehem Steel FC announce roster changes

Bethlehem Steel FC will play the 2019 season with a noticeably younger roster.

Commentary / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Bethlehem on the move

A guess at the meaning of the United Soccer League revocation of Bethlehem Steel FC’s permission to play without the option of lights for night games.

Season Reviews / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Season review: The Bethlehem Steel experiment

Bethlehem Steel had their best season ever, but the Steel experiment has paid dividends for the Union as well.

Breaking News / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Breaking: Bethlehem Steel FC to play 2019 season in Chester

Unable to find a stadium solution in the Lehigh Valley, the Union announced today that Steel will play the 2019 season in Chester.

USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Bethlehem’s roster: Too old or continuing

Here’s what PSP thinks of the Bethlehem Steel FC roster at the end of the season.

Commentary / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Ernst Tanner’s news conference and Bethlehem Steel

PSP thinks about what the content of Ernst Tanner’s first official news conference might mean for putting together the 2019 Bethlehem Steel.

USL Match report

Bethlehem Steel FC’s season ends with 2-0 defeat to Louisville

Bethlehem Steel could not repeat last weekend’s comeback on the Monongahela further downstream at the falls of the Ohio River, falling to defending champions Louisville FC 2-0.

Player of the Week / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Player of the Week: James Chambers

Without James Chambers, the Steel wouldn’t have won their first-ever playoff game. He’s the old man on a young team, and he’s PSP’s player of the week.

Commentary / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Bethlehem’s focus on player development, winning, or both?

It’s the answer to the question Burke receives the most, is Bethlehem focused on developing players, winning the USL Cup, or both?

USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Bethlehem Steel scores comeback playoff win in PKs

Bethlehem Steel came back from two deficits and executed a perfect penalty shootout to win its first-ever playoff game, toppling favorites Pittsburgh Riverhounds on the road, 2-2 (8-7).

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