The Independence will play in West Chester instead of Chester. Plus a Union signing.
The 10 players I'd pick if I were in charge.
The press release with the list of players available to the Philadelphia Union in Wednesday's expansion draft just landed in my inbox. Which of them would you like to see in Philadelphia?
Eagles president Joe Banner told me that sections of seats in the corners of the lower deck "are removable to perfectly accommodate the specs that they need for the World Cup."
Soft Pretzel Logic: The Union's home jersey is navy blue with a sand-colored stripe down the middle. It's structured in a way that resembles the jersey of famed Dutch club Ajax Amsterdam.
The Delran native and U.S. women's national team star has signed for New Jersey-based Sky Blue FC of Women's Professional Soccer.
What a game. It seemed for the longest time like Costa Rica would pull off the upset, but Jonathan Bornstein scored in the final seconds of stoppage time to give the U.S. a 2-2 tie.
Plus an update on U.S. soccer team star forward Charlie Davies, who was involved in a serious car accident this morning.
It has to go down as one of the all-time results in American soccer history, doesn't it?
Both of this weekend's biggest college football games kick off at the same time.
A mix of good news and bad news from across our sporting spectrum.
Construction in all its forms continues for the region's soccer teams.
Washington Post soccer writer Steven Goff reports on his blog that discussions have taken place for Philadelphia Union to open its inaugural season at Lincoln Financial Field if the stadium in Chester is not ready on time.
You will want to remember the name Lori Lindsey.
The U.S. Soccer Federation whittled its list of potential World Cup cities from 38 down to 27 this afternoon, and Philadelphia made the cut.
ESPN has struck a deal with Fox Soccer International, which owns Fox Soccer Channel, to air 48 English Premier League soccer games on ESPN2 in the 2009-10 season.