Articles written by: Sara Griswold

Sara is a former midfielder who played for YMS in Bucks County and has terrible knees that gave up on her before college. Now, she watches soccer at home, which is on the other side of the river, and works in marketing. Follow her on Twitter @Sara_Gris3.

Union match reports

Match report: Real Salt Lake 4-0 Philadelphia Union

Andrew Wooten made his debut in a chippy match that was full of defensive blunders for the Union, who remain winless all-time in Salt Lake City.

Photo by Earl Gardner
Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union play tomorrow, MLS first half reviews and FIFA updates racism punishments

Plus: European transfers, Africa Cup of Nations, and more.

Feature / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Zach Zandi’s journey from the academy to the Open Cup

West Chester’s and Bethlehem Steel’s Zach Zandi has had a long journey to the Union’s Open Cup match.

USL - Bethlehem Steel FC / USL Match report

Match report: Pittsburgh Riverhounds 1-0 Bethlehem Steel

A hard fought, in-state rivalry in Pittsburgh on Independence Day resulted in another loss for the Steel.

USWNT / Women's World Cup

Match report: USA 2-0 Netherlands

Back-to-back champions, four time winners, the USWNT beat the Netherlands on Sunday to win the World Cup.

Player ratings

Player ratings: NYC FC 4-2 Philadelphia Union

Individual player ratings from an out of sync and frustrated Union squad against NYCFC on Saturday night.

USWNT / Women's World Cup

Match report: USA 2-1 France

Megan Rapinoe’s brace saves the USA again in the most anticipated matches of the women’s World Cup.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union and Steel play this weekend and USWNT plays France today

Plus, the Gold Cup and the USMNT comes to Philly on Sunday!

Bethlehem Steel vs Tampa Bay Rowdies
Feature / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

James Chambers set Steel records on Saturday

James Chambers hits 100 matches for the Steel and broke the club’s record for most goals in one night.

USWNT / Women's World Cup

Match report: USA 2-1 Spain

With two PK goals from captain Megan Rapinoe, the USWNT knocks Spain out of the tournament and will face France in the quarterfinals.