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.
The 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.
The 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...
3mIvory Coast scored twice in two minutes in a 2-1 comeback victory over heavy-favorite Japan in the Group C opener.
3mThe Netherlands thrashed Spain 5-1 Friday, toying with the defending champions in the second half and gaining a measure of revenge for its 2010 loss in the World Cup final.
3mThe700Level.com explores the faults of John Hackworth and why he was ultimately fired by the Philadelphia Union.
3mUnion interim manager Jim Curtin believes that improving on defense is the key to turning the club's season around.
3mThe 2014 World Cup opened up on Thursday with host Brazil rallying for a 3-1 win over Croatia.
3mMatt Stairs' home run. Fourth-and-26. Scott Stevens' hit on Eric Lindros. Jim Curtin was there, and the interim Union manager understands what it means to be a Philly fan.
3mThe 700 Level provides predictions, key matches and Philadelphia comparisons for the World Cup, which kicks off in Brazil today.
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