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Philadelphia Soccer History

First women’s soccer team in Philly, 1922

Women’s soccer has come a long way. In Philadelphia in 1922, it came all the way from England.

Daily news roundups

“It was awesome”: Recaps & reaction to Union comeback win, more news

Recaps and reaction to Union’s comeback win. Wambach on being sucker-punched. Another Hope Solo controversy, hurray! Califf scores gamewinner. Lehigh Valley’s FC Sonic NPSL national champions. More news

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NE must-win, Adu says all’s good, Carlos & Marfan appreciate, more news

Union prepares for must-win game against New England. Adu says “team matter” was a “misunderstanding,” he’s good with coaches and teammates. Soumare a week from full fitness. More news.

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Recaps & reaction to NY loss, rumors & speculation, more news

Reports and reaction from Saturday’s loss against New York Red Bulls. Adu absence fuels rumor and speculation. Reading and Ocean City out of playoffs. FC Sonic defeat NYRB U-23 to advance to NPSL championships. More news.

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“Massive” — Recaps & reaction to Union 6-pointer, more news

Recaps and reaction to Union’s big win. Sakiewicz says Union “done tinkering.” Ocean City take Mid-Atlantic Division title, Reading finish in second place. MLS Eastern Conference roundup. Calls for Blatter to resign grow. More news.

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We want the Cup, more news

US Open Cup previews. Hackworth expects fast and physical game. KC want revenge. Union players all over the weekly awards. More news.

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Hackworth on Union roots, Nowak trades, more news

John Hackworth talks about the need to return to the Union’s roots, disagreeing with some of Peter Nowak’s transfer decisions. McInerney says time under Nowak was “frustrating.” Okugo named to Team of the Week. Gutierrez says Perlaza will lead by example. Euro quarterfinal schedule. More news.

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Califf on Hack, Mwanga on Nowak ouster, more news

Danny Califf backs John Hackworth. Danny Mwanga says Peter Nowak was in a tough situation. More reaction to the Nowak exit and what is ahead for Hackworth. USWNT broadcast schedule. Euro 2012 off the field happenings. More news.

Featured / Photo essays

In pictures: Philly Fever 2-2 NE Mutiny

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Sunday night’s Philadelphia Fever season opener in Washington Township. It ended in an entertaining 2-2 draw with the New England Mutiny.

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Williams: TFC are dangerous, more news

Sheanon Williams warns that Toronto FC are dangerous and can’t be taken for granted. Lahoud determined to prove. Union to play DC or Richmond if they defeat Rhinos in USOC. CONCACAF scandal. More news