What can the Union expect from Stuart Findlay? GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 13: Stuart Findlay is pictured celebrating making it 5-0 to Scotland during the UEFA European qualifier between Scotland and San Marino, on October 13, in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Craig Williamson / SNS Group)
News roundup: Gaddis retires, Manchester is red, Bayern wins Der Klassiker News roundup: Gaddis retires, Manchester is red, Bayern wins Der Klassiker
An unexpected departure: thoughts on Ray Gaddis’s retirement An unexpected departure: thoughts on Ray Gaddis’s retirement
Ray Gaddis announces his retirement Ray Gaddis announces his retirement
Union match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 0-2 New England Revolution

After a historic regular season, the Union suffered the disappointment of a first round playoff exist.

A View from Afar

Union playoff loss not a choke, but an afterthought

Philadelphia Union’s season ended the day they won the Supporters’ Shield. Everything else has been postscript, PSP’s Dan Walsh writes.

Photo essays

The 2020 season in photos

PSP’s photographers share their shots from the unique 2020 Union campaign.

Roundtable

Season review: 2020 Philadelphia Union roundtable

The PSP staff examines the year that was and the offseason ahead in our annual post-season roundtable discussion.

Recent Posts

Footy on the Telly / Soccer on TV

Footy on the Telly March 6-12

Munchen v Dortmund Saturday, City v United, Sunday, Spurs v Zagreb Thursday. For more listings and greater detail, go to livesoccertv.com/schedules

Analysis / Guest Column

What can the Union expect from Stuart Findlay?

English soccer writer and reporter James Nalton provides a detailed look at the team’s newest signing, Stuart Findlay.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Gaddis retires, Manchester is red, Bayern wins Der Klassiker

The Union’s longest tenured player, Ray Gaddis, has announced his retirement after 9 seasons with the team. The Union are adding more depth, as Joe Bendik returns for another season. It was a busy soccer weekend around the globe, with the Manchester Derby and Der Klassiker. A number of Americans in Europe also scored for their club teams.

Analysis / For Pete's Sake

An unexpected departure: thoughts on Ray Gaddis’s retirement

PSP’s Peter Andrews processes the sudden news of Ray Gaddis’s departure, and looks ahead to how the Union might replace him.

Breaking News / Union

Ray Gaddis announces his retirement

In a shock announcement, the Union veteran announces that he has played his last game.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union sign Findlay, Sacramento to MLS in jeopardy, Bundesliga and EPL action

The Union have their first offseason transfer, while their new kit is still being raved about. Thierry Henry has left the Montreal coaching position, and Inter Miami is expecting big things in 2021. Bayern Munich got an important win with RB Leipzig hot on their heels, while Manchester United drew with Chelsea.

Footy on the Telly / Soccer on TV

Footy on the Telly- February 27 thru March 6

Leicester-Arsenal and Chelsea-ManU Sunday. City-Wolves Tuesday. Liverpool Chelsea Thursday. And a banquet of cups. For more listings and greater detail, go to livesoccertv.com/schedules

Roster News

Union make first signing of the offseason in center back Stuart Findlay

The Scottish center back will compete to fill a Mark McKenzie-shaped hole in Philadelphia’s defense.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union Champions League games announced, Jordan Morris injured, Man City keeps winning

The Union have the CONCACAF Champions League dates, with Saprissa coming to Chester on April 14th. Teams around the league continue to fill out their offseason rosters, with the Union yet to make a signing. Man City keeps winning, while Everton also picked up a big win over Liverpool.

USL - Philadelphia Union II

LeBlanc returns as 2021 Union II coach

Marlon LeBlanc will return as Philadelphia Union II head coach for the side’s still-mysterious 2021 season.