Watch all the highlights here, including a golazo by Christen Press.
Keep an eye on these players, and how much - or how little - they're on the field against Orlando.
The Union's minor-league USL affiliate took a thorough drubbing from the Eastern Conference's No. 1 seed.
Jake Edwards spoke with the Inquirer and Daily News in a wide-ranging interview about some of the biggest topics in American soccer.
Ertz opened the scoring with a diving header off a Megan Rapinoe corner kick.
A tweet Rosenberry posted before Sunday's loss at Chicago appeared to complain about his lack of playing time.
The team's former captain is bringing down the curtain on a career whose longevity is nearly unparalleled in MLS history.
Head coach Brendan Burke's team lost just four of its final 13 games, dating back to the start of August. The squad has young Union academy products in some key positions.
It doesn't seem that Steel is going anywhere, but the Union acknowledged they have looked at other options.
After the darkest week in modern American soccer history, a ray of light has risen from halfway around the world.
The Delran native has been out of action for nine weeks with an ankle injury. She's finally ready to play again.
The Union were served on Sunday with another reminder of the importance of spending big money on a big-scoring striker.
The Union are set for another reunion with Velkjo Paunovic, who played for them in 2011 and now manages the Fire.
Gulati has been under a lot of public pressure to depart, and faces an election next year. He will not leave of his own accord.
While the Union play out another lost season, the team's minor-league affiliate is going to the playoffs for the first time.
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Jim Curtin offered some strong opinions on what's wrong with American soccer, especially at the youth level.
Alejandro Bedoya didn't play in the U.S. national team's era-defining loss at Trinidad. He sat on the bench and watched, powerless.
Delran native Carli Lloyd will take the field for the first time since suffering an ankle injury in August when the U.S. women's soccer team plays South Korea.
What fans saw in Tuesday's loss at Trinidad & Tobago represents just a fraction of the problem.
Jonathan Tannenwald covers soccer for the Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com.