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Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union to play Kickers, Philly could host World Cup QF, and a new MLS team

It’s a loaded roundup to wrap up the week.


EPSA cup draw in Manayunk a fun sign of amateur soccer growth

The first public EPSA cup draw event brought old and new faces together to a pretty cool event in Manayunk on Thursday. PSP has the story and the results of the draw.

US Open Cup / West Chester United

National champs West Chester United in local US Open Cup qualifier

A look at the rise of the national amateur champions, who face Salone FC in a U.S. Open Cup qualifier on Sunday.

Philadelphia Soccer History

Philly and the US Open Cup Final

As the Union prepare to host their second US Open Cup final, a look at Philadelphia-area teams in the final throughout the history of the country’s oldest national soccer tournament, which has had local winners ten times since 1914.

Daily news roundups

Big decisions as Union ready for Open Cup final, TOW honors for Blake and White, more news

Curtin says he’s confident either Blake or McCarthy can help get a win in Wednesday’s final. More Open Cup final and team news. FIFA hands Jack Warner a lifetime ban. More news.

Philadelphia Soccer History / US Open Cup

Philadelphia German Americans win the 1936 US Open Cup

On May 3, 1936, Philadelphia German Americans became the first amateur team, and the first team from the city of Philadelphia, to win the US Open Cup.

Daily news roundups

“Gutted” — Reaction & reports from Union’s draw at RSL, OC’s Tweneboa named PDL POTW, more news

Hackworth says locker room gutted after Union again drops two points by conceding a stoppage time equalizer, says team should have done a better job closing out the game. Ocean City’s Frank Tweneboa named PDL Player of the Week. More news.

Featured / US Open Cup

Eastern PA US Open Cup final on Saturday

United German Hungarians prevail over Predators 1-0, will face West Chester United in Eastern PA US Open Cup qualification final.

Featured / Philadelphia Soccer History

Q&A with Len Oliver: Philly soccer in the 1940s & 1950s

Kensington-born National Soccer Hall of Famer talks to PSP about soccer in Philadelphia in the 1940s and 1950s.

Featured / Philadelphia Soccer History

Len Oliver: Philadelphia soccer in the 1940s and 1950s

The first of a series in which Kensington-born National Soccer Hall of Fame member Len Oliver shares his memories of playing soccer in Philadelphia in the 1940s and 1950s.