Saturday's MLS match between the Philadelphia Union and visiting Orlando City in Chester, Pennsylvania, was postponed due to inclement weather.
The original 7 p.m. ET start was twice pushed back due to storms, lightning and heavy winds in the area. After an hour's delay, Major League Soccer officials decided on the postponement after weather forecasts showed no sign that conditions would improve.
The date of the rescheduled match has yet to be determined.
The Union and Lions were set to play the second end of a home-and-home series within a four-day span. Philadelphia earned a 3-1 victory at Orlando on Wednesday.