The Union fell just shy of a U.S. Open Cup victory, but interim manager still deserves praise for leading the Union through a historic tournament.
The Union didn't walk away with the US Open Cup, but that doesn't mean the club wasn't worthy of the title.
The Union played a thrilling U.S. Open Cup final with the high-powered Seattle Sounders, but ultimately fell short in the 101st minute to lose, 3-1.
1dA couple of inches to the right of the goal post and the Union would probably be champions this morning instead of the Seattle Sounders.
2dFor the first time in the Union's 5-year history, they will play for a trophy. To win it, they need to remember 5 important things.
2dThe Union know the challenge Seattle poses in the US Open Cup Final but the club isn't about to let that keep it from hoisting a trophy on Tuesday night.
3dThe Union are calling Tuesday's appearance in the Open Cup final against Seattle the biggest game in franchise history. Here's a look at the wild ride Jim Curtin and the Union took to get to the finals.
3dWith a trophy in the house Tuesday night, the Union hope to add to Philadelphia's storied -- albeit limited -- history with sports hardware.
4dUnion interim manager Jim Curtin wrestled with who he was going to play against the Red Bulls, but his lineup paid off in a 2-2 draw.
5dTwo second-half goals from the Union forced a 2-2 draw with the New York Red Bulls Saturday afternoon at PPL Park.
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