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News roundup: Union face Orlando City in USOC Quarterfinal, MLS teams make moves, and more

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Philadelphia Union

Philadelphia Union hope to advance in their U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinal match against Orlando City SC tonight. You can watch it live on the Union website at this link.

The Union released their “Unified Roster” for their 2018 Special Olympics team.

The Union u14s take on Borussia Dortmund’s Academy this morning. Watch the live stream here.


Bethlehem Steel FC head to North Jersey tonight to face rivals New York Red Bulls II.

Casa League’s Kelly Cup is at Talen Energy Stadium this Saturday after the Union game, with events going on through the afternoon.


Montreal Impact traded forward Raheem Edwards to Chicago for $400K in TAM.

Portland Timbers have acquired Argentine midfielder Tomas Conechny on loan from Superliga side San Lorenzo.


USMNT launched a new web series to showcase young, promising U.S. talent.

Good story from NYT on rowdy parents at youth soccer matches. We’ve all seen them.

Around the globe

Looks like new Juventus player Cristiano Ronaldo will not be present at the Italian side’s match against Bayern Munich at Lincoln Financial Field next week.

Liverpool have allegedly agreed to a world record transfer fee for Roma’s Allisson.

Usain Bolt is trying out for Australian club Central Coast Mariners.



  1. Desh Bouksani says:

    I have watched all or parts of nearly every U14 game including all Union games at Int Champions Cup Futures in Florida

    Only this to say. It’s just not good enough.

    Getting bossed around the field by BVB or a team from Spain is pretty normal- playing poorly against an all star team is something different.

  2. Live stream of the Open Cup is on the Union site tonight for anyone who can’t go.

  3. How about business end of Juve’s Ronaldo signing. 500,000 jersey’s sold in the first 24 hours. Wonder how many Miami FC or Atletico Miami (or whatever they’re calling it) shirts he’ll sell in a couple years….

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