Shaun Kreider

#UnionTop10: For second straight year, you the fan narrow down the top moment of season!

In a season with so much going on, we know it’s tough to pick one defining moment.

That why for the second year in a row, we at have given you a head start, selecting what we feel is the top 10 moments of the 2014 Philadelphia Union season.

Now it’s up to you to decide which one will reign supreme.

Last year in the inaugural Union Top 10 at the end of a five week voting showdown, you, our fans voted Kleberson's free kick wonder goal against Toronto FC as the best moment of 2013. Now what will it be for 2014? We took a look at nearly every play this season and narrowed it down to 10 finalists. We then paired up those 10 moments head-to-head to see which one moves on the Final Five, where you will have a chance to once again rank in order the best moment of the year.

We’ll matchup two plays head-to-head every Wednesday beginning this Wednesday Nov. 12. Fans can vote on for their favorite moment of the week until the following Tuesday, when based on your votes one play with ride off into the sunset while the other stays alive in the Final Five.

While we won’t give away the matchups, here are the dates you can check back for each pairing.

  • Week 1: Wednesday, Nov. 12 (voting ends Nov. 18)
  • Week 2: Wednesday, Nov. 19 (voting ends Nov. 25)
  • Week 3: Wednesday, Nov. 26 (voting ends Dec. 2)
  • Week 4: Wednesday, Dec. 3 (voting ends Dec. 9)
  • Week 5: Wednesday, Dec. 10 (voting ends Dec. 16)
  • Final Five: Wednesday, Dec. 17 (voting ends Dec. 19)

Let us know why you voted! Use the comments section, or hit us up on our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+) using the hashtag #UnionTop10. Also, think of a moment we may have missed? Feel free to let us know.

We leave you with a moment that after deliberation found the cutting room floor. Check it out and tell us if you would’ve considered it a nominee for Top 10 or if you can you already think of 10 Union moments this season that were better. Vote below.

Contact Union digital editor Kerith Gabriel at