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News roundup: Union win, MLS rivalry games, USWNT back in action

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Philadelphia Union 

The Union earned a comeback 2-1 win against the Revolution on Saturday night.

What they’re saying in Foxborough. 

National coverage of the match. 

Video highlights are available here. 

The Boys in Blue are back in action this Saturday in Orlando.


NYCFC claimed the Hudson River Derby with a 1-0 win over Red Bull. 

Are Seattle stuck in a Champion’s League hangover? 

Atlanta and Orlando battled to a draw in their rivalry match. 

Columbus got a win over Cincinnati in the Hell is Real matchup. 

Austin FC lifted the Copa Tejas in the parking lot of Dallas.

LA Galaxy are going through a rough stretch.


Robert Lewandowski is on the move to Barcelona.

Christian Eriksen has officially moved to Manchester United. 

Raheem Sterling has moved to Chelsea. 

All the action from the UEFA Women’s EUROs. 

The USWNT and Canada will meet in the CONCACAF W Championship tonight at 10pm.


  1. Andy Muenz says:

    That CONCACAF W championship is also a 2024 Olympic qualifier (with the loser playing the winner of tonight’s Costa Rica – Jamaica 3rd place match next September for the other Olympic spot).

  2. Andy Muenz says:

    One other game worth noting is the Union II play Toronto at 6pm tonight at Subaru Park. If you’ve never come down to a game, it’s a good chance to see the kids play and it’s quiet enough you can hear the players and coaches communicating with each other.

  3. Peanut Gallery says:

    FWIW, I like the upcoming schedule… 4 weeks of 1 game per week and alternating home/away.

  4. John P. O'Donnell says:

    Sitting in first place as NYCFC sell Tatty.

  5. Deez Nuggs says:

    The Paramount+ paywall nonsense pissed me off for USWNT the other day.

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