2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
7-3-9, 7th in Major League Soccer
Chicago 3-4 Philadelphia: Accam punishes former club (2:02)
Philadelphia 0-2 Atlanta: Five Stripes bounce back - Via MLS (2:03)
MLS: 38 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
LAFC 4-1 Philadelphia: In-form Diomande scores 3 - Via MLS (2:00)
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Diomande's hat trick powers LAFC past Union

Adama Diomande scored three goals and Latif Blessing added a late stoppage-time strike to lead LAFC past the Philadelphia Union 4-1 on Saturday.

Philadelphia 4-0 Vancouver: Union smash Whitecaps - Via MLS (1:58)
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Dockal scores twice as Union rout Whitecaps

Borek Dockal scored two goals, Ilsinho and Fafa Picault each added a goal on a penalty kick and the Philadelphia Union defeated the visiting Vancouv

Philadelphia 0-2 Toronto: Osorio double (2:02)
Ale's 'You Know It, You Love It' MLS Awards (3:55)
Atlanta 3-1 Philadelphia: Martinez scores hat trick- Via MLS (1:58)
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Martinez equals MLS record vs. 9-man Union

Josef Martinez scored three goals to equal the MLS record for career hat tricks as host Atlanta United defeated the nine-man Philadelphia Union 3-1.

Philadelphia 3-1 Chicago: Union down Fire (2:01)
New York 0-0 Philadelphia: Union stifle Red Bulls - Via MLS (1:59)
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50dAssociated Press

Robles' record MLS streak ends in Red Bulls draw

Goalkeeper Luis Robles was honored for the longest Ironman streak in MLS history as New York Red Bulls drew 0-0 with Philadephia Union on Saturday.

Philadelphia 4-1 Real Salt Lake: Union overpower RSL - Via MLS (1:57)
Montreal 0-2 Philadelphia: Union prosper in Montreal - Via MLS (1:52)
Columbus 1-0 Philadelphia: Zardes leads the way - Via MLS (1:58)
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69dESPN staff

Le Toux to retire with Philadelphia Union

Sebastien Le Toux will retire after signing a one-day contract with the Philadelphia Union, the MLS club announced on Monday.

Toronto 3-0 Philadelphia: Reds run rampant - Via MLS (1:52)
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72dESPN staff

Giovinco strikes as Toronto beats Philadelphia

Toronto FC earned a second victory of the 2018 Major League Soccer season, beating the Philadelphia Union 3-0 on Friday night at BMO Field.

Philadelphia 3-2 D.C.: Union end winless run - Via MLS (4:03)

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference-513th
Goals Scored2520th
Goals Conceded30Tied-12th