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Ya got your tickets, where ya gonna park?

The happy news that the first match a PPL Park sold out in five hours raises some questions: Now that you’ve gotten your ticket, how are you going to get to the stadium? If you drive, where are you going to park? The Union’s advice and ours: ARRIVE EARLY!

Daily news roundups

US WC coverage, Onyewu talk, Biden going to SA and more

Remember 1950? You should. North Korean supporters remember 1966 fondly. Chicago Fire respond to Novak’s criticisms while the American media courts criticisms of its World Cup coverage. Kljestan not waffling on move to Belgium. You hate puns? Put it in the comments.

USMNT / World / World Cup

Observations from the US v. Australia Game

The US National Team had a very positive performance against the Australian National Team.

Local / Union

The Selfish Fan

Conor O’Grady loves the USMNT, for all the wrong reasons.

Daily news roundups

Harrelson beats England & real soccer news

Woody Harrelson scores match winning PK over England in front of 65,000 at Old Trafford. Seriously. Plus real soccer news. Seriously.

Union / Union match reports

Postgame: Fire 2-1 Union

Philadelphia Union lost 2-1 to the Chicago Fire on Saturday in what was one of the most boring displays of soccer put on in a long time. The Fire packed 10 men back and did a poor Italy imitation. Still, there was some bright spots for the Union, and PSP covers them and hands out player ratings.

USMNT / World Cup

US Takes Down Aussies in Last Warm Up

The Americans took down the Socceroos 3-1 to add a little confidence in their last warm up before they face England next week. Here’s our player ratings.

Match previews / Union

Preview: Philadelphia Union at Chicago Fire

The Union continue the road trip from hell but do it coming off a big 3-2 win last week over Houston, their first ever road win. The Fire are a team in flux, struggling to cope with the loss of several key starters, but they have one of the best home fields in the league. PSP previews the match.

Daily news roundups

Drobga and Ferdinand out of the World Cup

Didier Drogba fractures his elbow and will miss the World Cup, Rio Ferdinand is out of the World Cup after injuring his knee in training, Altidore sprains his ankle, Union news ahead of Saturday’s match against Chicago Fire and more US and World Cup morning news.

Fan Culture / Local / World Cup / World Cup - International

Who Are Ya? (World Cup Sendoff Edition)

Who Are Ya talks to USA fans after the US defeat of Turkey on Saturday