Sunday, August 30, 2015

Union to play Manchester United July 21

The English powerhouse has also been confirmed as the opponent for the 2010 MLS All-Star Game in Houston on July 28.

Union to play Manchester United July 21


Manchester United will visit Philadelphia for a game against the Union at Lincoln Financial Field on July 21.

The Union had been scheduled to play at Colorado that night, but the fixture has been moved "to a later date," according to a press release issued by the team.

Man U's visit here is part of a four-game tour of North America. It will start in Toronto on July 16, with a match against Celtic at the Skydome on natural grass. Next up will be the game in Philadelphia, then a trip to Kansas City to play the Wizards at Arrowhead Stadium on July 25.

The last stop will be Houston's Reliant Stadium on July 28, where United will be the opponent in the Major League Soccer All-Star Game.

Tickets for the game in Philadelphia will go on sale to the public May 10.
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