The Union battle the Eastern Conference for a chance to win their first MLS Cup
About This Deal
- Orange Endline: Sections 114-120
- Light Blue Sideline: Sections 123, 124, 130, and 131
- Dark Blue Sideline: Sections 104, 110, 125, and 129
- Dark Green Midfield: Sections 105, 109, and 127
- Club seats: Sections 106-108
- Must purchase tickets in the same transaction to sit together.
- Tickets will be sent as a mobile wallet ticket
- Friday, September 3rd vs. New England at 7:30 p.m.
- Sunday, September 19th vs. Orlando City at 4:00 p.m.
- Saturday, September 25th vs. Atlanta at 3:30 p.m.
- Sunday, October 3rd vs. Columbus at 4:00 p.m.
- Sunday, October 31st vs. FC Cincinnati at 7:30 p.m.
A Guide to Philadelphia Union Games
- Best seats for large groups: The party decks, which can fit 30–120 people
- Kids’ Favorite Promotion: Comic Book Night, where children aged 14 and younger get a comic and a plush toy cow
- Take the free shuttle: SEPTA riders who exit at Chester Transportation Center can hop on a free shuttle that begins four hours before game time
About Philadelphia Union
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.