- One ticket to a Philadelphia Union soccer match
- When: Against the New England Revolution on Sunday, April 19, at 5 p.m. or Against Columbus Crew SC on Wednesday, June 3, at 7 p.m.
- Where: PPL Park
- Gate time: One hour prior to game time
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- $25 for one corner seat in sections 101–102, 112–113, 121–122, or 132–133 ($45.50 value)
- $45 for one midfield seat in section 105, 109, or 126–128, plus a pre-game pen pass to watch the visiting team’s warm-ups ($20 value for the pen pass; $87.50 total value)
Pre-game pen pass holders must meet by the field entrance at sections 120–121; the experience begins 50 minutes before game time, and it lasts approximately 30 minutes.
The Scouting Report
On loan from FC Nantes of France’s Ligue 1, striker Fernando Aristeguieta didn’t take long to make his presence known in Philadelphia. During the Union’s 3-3 draw with Real Salt Lake on March 14, the 22-year-old Venezuelan led the attack with a pair of goals in the first 45 minutes. It was only the Union’s second game of the season, meaning Aristeguieta has already cemented himself as one of the team’s top scoring threats and high-five recipients. Fans can cheer for him and the rest of the Union’s talented roster during upcoming Eastern Conference match-ups against New England on April 19 and Columbus on June 3—both playoff teams a season ago.
Everything about the Philadelphia Union is patriotic, from their name right down to their colors. The Union became Major League Soccer’s 16th team in 2008, and soon thereafter the franchise adopted its moniker in honor of America’s original colonies. The club’s colors of navy blue and gold represent the Continental Army’s uniforms during the Revolutionary War, and its crest is packed with allusions to the country’s origins. Rather than hiring a Ben Franklin impersonator as their first head coach, the Union focused on the pitch to do their city proud on April 10, 2010. That day, during the inaugural home opener against D.C. United, they claimed the first victory in franchise history in front of nearly 35,000 fans.