Projected starters, injury updates, and assorted match notes in advance of Philadelphia's final match of 2012
Philadelphia's final road match of 2012 is a mid-week affair against Eastern Conference-leading Sporting KC. With a draw or win, Kansas City would clinch the #1 seed in the East.
After some invaluable time off, both Philadelphia and Houston begin stretches of three matches in eight nights. The Dynamo are on the brink of clinching their sixth playoff spot in seven seasons.
Philadelphia has played better of late, winning two of their last three. Can they keep it up against visiting New England?
The Fire, on the brink of a playoff spot, have won seven of nine, and their last six at home. Former Philadelphia coach Peter Nowak is expected to be in attendance.
Philadelphia may be turning into playoff spoilers. After toppling visiting Houston on Sunday to end an eight-match winless drought, the Union visit Columbus to take on a Crew side one point out of a playoff spot.
Setting: Sunday, September 23 at PPL Park in Chester; kickoff scheduled for 4:06:30 PM Eastern Broadcast Information: 6abc HD (JP Dellacamera, Bob Rigby, Jeff Skversky), with coverage beginning at...
The Union, winless in seven, hope to play spoiler to visiting D.C. United. D.C. is without team star, and reigning league MVP, Dwayne De Rosario.
The USWNT comes back to defeat Australia, the Union still can't score, and Amobi Okugo starts a blog on Goal.com.
Last-place Toronto and second-to-last-place Philadelphia meet at BMO Field in Toronto. The Union are coming off a two week break from MLS play, while Toronto fell at home 2-1 to Chicago, enraging head coach Paul Mariner.
Recaps and post-game quotes from the U.S. men's national team's 1-0 win against Jamaica at Crew Stadium in Columbus, plus insight into the Union's assistant coaches.
On the 11th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the U.S. men's national team will play a crucial World Cup qualifier against Jamaica at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus. Lineup talk and more. Plus, some Union talk ahead of Saturday's match.
Reaction from the USMNT's Sunday training session ahead of tomorrow's World Cup qualifier against Jamaica, Juan Agudelo is happy at Chivas USA, is Roy Hodgson doing enough for England, and Leon defeats FC Dallas on PKs.
The USA defeats Germany to win the 2012 women's U-20 World Cup, Eddie Johnson scores a late winner for Seattle, the USA men's team focuses on Tuesday, and more.
The USMNT is in Kingston, Jamaica to take on the Jamaican national side in a 2014 World Cup qualifier. Plus, the Union bring in two trialists from affiliate Harrisburg City Islanders
Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Union, MLS, and U.S. National team related news and notes... The U.S. is in pain heading into World Cup qualifiers...
Comcast subscribers won't be able to see Friday's USMNT World Cup qualifier on live TV, Alessandro Del Piero makes a league-changing move, Union players regret the position they're putting John Hackworth in, and more.
A look at the official beginning of the Hackworth era and what that means for the Union, Steve Zakuani registers an assist in his first start in 500 days, Jurgen Klinsmann names his roster for the USMNT's World Cup Qualifier in Jamaica, and more.
The Union are shut out for a franchise-record 9th time this season, Union CEO Nick Sakiewicz expresses frustration at a lack of finishing, and Pia Sundhage steps down.
The Union visit Gillette Stadium, where they are 2-0-0 all-time, to take on the Revolution. Union manager John Hackworth officially declared after a Wednesday night home loss to Columbus that Philadelphia's playoff push is over.
The Union visit rivals D.C. United at RFK Stadium on Sunday with their playoff hopes on life support. Philadelphia and D.C. just completed a trade on Thursday that sent Union striker Lionard Pajoy to D.C. in exchange for midfielder Danny Cruz.
The Union host the Fire in a Sunday night match at PPL Park. Chicago is in the fifth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference at the moment -- the same spot which Philadelphia is gunning for. The Union will be without Jack McInerney.
The Union and Impact both look to continue hot streaks as they meet at Stade Saputo in Montreal. This is Philadelphia's first-ever match in Montreal. The Impact will be without Marco Di Vaio.
The Union visit rival New York Red Bulls in a Saturday afternoon matinee at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ. The Red Bulls recently acquired former Union star Sebastien Le Toux from the Vancouver Whitecaps.
The Philadelphia Union, eliminated from U.S. Open Cup proceedings in Wednesday's 2-0 semifinal loss to Sporting Kansas City, are refocusing their efforts solely on MLS for the rest of the season. Tomorrow, they host expansion team Montreal Impact.
The two bottom teams in the Eastern Conference convene at PPL Park. Toronto's Danny Koevermans has scored in five straight matches.
The Union try for their first-ever victory against the LA Galaxy, who will be missing David Beckham due to suspension.
The Union visit BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston looking to be the first MLS team to defeat the Dynamo in their new home.
The second from the bottom in the Eastern Conference hosts the second from the top at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania.
The Union host D.C. United, who are at the top of MLS's Eastern Conference, in John Hackworth's first match as manager. Philadelphia's Lionard Pajoy is out due to suspension.