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Union preseason schedule released

The Philadelphia Union released its preseason schedule on Tuesday. After first training at YSC Sports, the Union will travel to Florida for preseason training Feb. 2-March 2.

On March 4, the team will host a Meet the Team Event when the new first and second kits will be unveiled. More information on that event will be released as details are finalized. All of the information below is subject to change.

January 25: Players report to camp

January 27-31: Training at YSC Sports in Wayne, Pa.

January 29: Open training sessions for fans at YSC Sports (10:00 am-12:00 pm and 2:30-4:30 pm)

February 1: Off

February 2-13: Preseason training at Dewey O. Boster Sports Complex in Deltona, Fla.

February 7-9: Preseason Fan Trip

  • Feb. 8: Scrimmage vs. University of North Florida (6 pm at Dewey O. Boster Sports Complex)
  • Feb. 9: Preseason Fan Trip Open Training Session (10:00 am)

February 14-17: Off

February 18-March 1: Preseason training in Florida and Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic tournament including:

  • Feb. 19 at 6 pm vs. Orlando City
  • Feb. 22 at 1 pm vs. Columbus Crew
  • Feb. 26 at 1 pm vs. Toronto FC
  • March 1: Consolation or Championship game against opponent to be determined

March 4: Meet the Team/New Jersey Unveiling eveny (more info to come)

March 8: Season opener against Portland Timbers (10:30 pm)

March 15: Home opener against New England Revolution (4 pm)

In last Friday’s daily news roundup, we linked to a report from the Jacksonville Business Journal that the Union would play the New York Red Bulls on Feb. 12 at Jacksonville’s EverBank Field. PSP understands that the team is waiting on some final paper work before officially announcing the game.

In addition to the schedule above, a Meet & Greet will take place at Fado on Jan. 28 from 6:30 pm-8:30 pm. This event will be open to season ticket holders as part of the Loyalty Rewards Program. Season ticket holders will be notified by email with more information.


  1. OneManWolfpack says:

    These new kits better be an upgrade from the current ones.

  2. Any reason why the trip doesn’t include anything with the Pro soccer classic??

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