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What makes the Union different this year?

Why the Union’s mediocrity sticks out even amongst the general mediocrity of Philadelphia sports.

Philadelphia Soccer History

So what happened next? A Philadelphia Atoms denouement

Our series commemorating the Philadelphia Atoms’ historic 1973 NASL title concludes with a look at what happened to the team after the championship and the team’s impact on American soccer.

Philadelphia Soccer History

Remembering 1973 and Philadelphia’s summer miracle

Our series commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Philadelphia Atom’s historic inaugural season NASL championship begins with Steve Holroyd’s look at the Philly sports scene in 1973.

Fan Culture / Featured / Local

Who do you love?

With the Phillies making a playoff run, the Eagles bursting at the seams with talent, and the Union in the thick of the postseason hunt, you have to ask yourself: Who do you love?

Daily news roundups

Perkins vs. Seitz, Villa cool on Bradley, bad Union coverage

Seitz + Fred > Perkins? Aston Villa want a manager with EPL experience, bad Union coverage leads to a rant, and the Independence fall to Boston.

Great Philly soccer teams: Philadelphia Atoms, part II
History / NASL / Philadelphia Soccer History

Great Philly soccer teams: Philadelphia Atoms, part II

This concludes the two-part “Great Philly soccer teams: Philadelphia Atoms.” You can read Part I here. Before Atoms coach Al Miller took the young team to England to train and to scout for some British players to fill out the roster, back in Philadelphia, Atoms general manager Bob Ehlinger’s marketing […]