Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-1 Chicago Fire FC Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-1 Chicago Fire FC
Match preview: Philadelphia Union vs Chicago Fire Brenden Aaronson takes on of the Chicago Fire.
Was the Union’s defense tiring? Was the Union’s defense tiring?
News roundup: Monteiro may miss some of playoffs, FIFA president has COVID, 2020 good for NWSL News roundup: Monteiro may miss some of playoffs, FIFA president has COVID, 2020 good for NWSL
Union match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-1 Chicago Fire FC

It was ugly, but it was a win. And the Union are on the cusp of winning the Supporters’ Shield.

Breaking News

Union announce transfer of Brenden Aaronson to Red Bull Salzburg

The Medford, N.J. midfielder will depart in January for the largest transfer fee ever for a U.S.-based Homegrown player.

Photo essays

In pictures: Philadelphia Union 5-0 Toronto FC

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand Sunday night as the Philadelphia Union to witness a very entertaining 5-0 win over Toronto FC.

Philly Soccer Page Info

A top 10 (or so) from 10,000 posts and counting

To celebrate 10,000 posts on PSP, Chris Gibbons delved into the archives to compile a list of notable posts from the last 11 years. Read on for a trip down memory lane.

Recent Posts

Footy on the Telly

Footy on the Telly 10/24 – 10/30

Union v Toronto 10/24 and the Fire 10/28. Add a Copa, a Coppa and UEFA’s Champions League [Note: wherever you see an ellipsis (…) it indicates there is more information available at livesoccertv.com]

Union match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-1 Chicago Fire FC

It was ugly, but it was a win. And the Union are on the cusp of winning the Supporters’ Shield.

Match previews / Uncategorized

Match preview: Philadelphia Union vs Chicago Fire

The Union jump back into action following the huge win over Toronto. Can they repeat that performace against Chicago, or will this be a trap game?

Analysis

Was the Union’s defense tiring?

Tim Jones examines the Union’s recent tendency to give up late-game goals.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Monteiro may miss some of playoffs, FIFA president has COVID, 2020 good for NWSL

Plus, Seattle (definitely) and Nashville (pretty much) clinch playoff spots, Barcelona’s board and president resign, and more.

A View from Afar / Union

Not over yet: The Union’s biggest games are still to come

PSP’s Dan Walsh snuffs out the celebration with a cautionary tale that shows why the Union’s next 3 games are more important than the last one. Also, why TFC’s injuries induce yawns, the team is the star, and Warren Creavalle is key.

Analysis

Match analysis: Philadelphia Union 5 – 0 Toronto FC

As good as it is, the 5-0 scoreline doesn’t paint the whole picture of what happened on Saturday.

Featured

New weekly column: The change strip

An aesthetic assessment of this moment in soccer history.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Santos Player of the Week, Union with multiple MLS awards, Champions League group matches

The Union were honored with multiple MLS awards after their dominating win over Toronto FC, and are now the favorites for the Supporters Shield and MLS Cup according to FiveThirtyEight. The Champions League resumes today and tomorrow, with some exciting matchups on deck.

Photo essays

In pictures: Philadelphia Union 5-0 Toronto FC

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand Sunday night as the Philadelphia Union to witness a very entertaining 5-0 win over Toronto FC.

Commentary

The $6 million sale was not the big story

Tim Jones takes a deep dive into the news that Philadelphia Union II will no longer compete in the USL Championship and changes to the developmental pipeline coming next year.