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The Change Strip: World Cup 2022 kit rankings, part 2

Thomas Hill wraps up The Change Strip’s jersey rankings with the top 16 shirts of the competition.

Photo by Earl Gardner

The Change Strip: World Cup 2022 kit rankings, part 1

Thomas Hill takes The Change Strip to the World Cup, ranking the bottom half of the 32 shirts to be worn over the next month.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union season awards, St. Louis expansion draft, World Cup starts this week

The Union didn’t lose anyone to the expansion draft, while the Premier League and Bundesliga wrap up play for the World Cup

Local / Union

Olivier Mbaizo, Brenden Aaronson headed to 2022 World Cup

Mbaizo becomes the first active Union player to play in a World Cup. Plus, an update on today’s expansion draft.

Union Academy

The other Keystone Sports playoff team

The Union Development Squad, the Academy’s oldest team, has made its UPSL conference’s qualifiers and is on the road towards the national playoffs.

Photo essays / Uncategorized / Union

In pictures: 2022 MLS Cup – Los Angeles FC 3-3 (3-0) Philadelphia Union

PSP photographer Stephen Speer shares his shots from the pitch at Banc of California Stadium.


2023’s contract status, expansion draft, and free agency

Tim Jones assesses how the Union might address the expansion draft, who the free agents are, and the first-team contract situations.

Analysis / Featured / Union

Match analysis: LAFC 3–3 Philadelphia Union (3–0 after penalties)

Jeremy Lane looks back on a thrilling game with a painful ending.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union to face Alianza, St. Louis building roster, Alphonso Davies injured

The Union found out who they will face in the CONCACAF Champions League, while Alphonso Davies suffered an injury scare before the World Cup.

A View from Afar / MLS / Union

A Philly kid stands atop the soccer world

Cinnaminson’s John McCarthy stunned his former club with a showing that will go down in MLS history. If the Union had to lose to anyone, it might as well be him, PSP’s Dan Walsh writes.