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Box Score | Charlotte FC 2, Philadelphia Union 0

Philadelphia Union returned to Subaru Park to face Charlotte FC on Saturday night, falling 2-0. Both teams remained scoreless in the first half with chances coming from both sides, with the Union registering eight shots. In the second half, Charlotte opened up the scoring in the 56th minute with a goal by Patrick Agyemang. Charlotte extended their lead in the 63rd minute when Patrick Agyemang scored his second of the match. The Union recorded 16 shots but could not find the back of the net. Homegrown goalkeeper Andrew Rick logged five saves on his MLS debut for the Union.

The Union travel to Saputo Stadium to play CF Montréal on Saturday, June 29 (7:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

Philadelphia Union 0 – Charlotte FC 2
Subaru Park (Chester, PA)
Saturday, June 22, 2024


REF: Alexis Da Silva
AR1: Adam Wienckowski
AR2: Tyler Wyrostek
4TH: Lukasz Szpala
VAR: Fotis Bazakos
AVAR: Kevin Lock
Weather: 94 degrees and sunny.


CLT – Patrick Agyemang (Uronen, Bender) 56’
CLT – Patrick Agyemang (Abada) 63’


CLT – Ben Bender (caution) 68’
CLT – Djibril Diani (caution) 87’
CLT – Ashley Westwood (caution) 90’+9’


Philadelphia Union: Andrew Rick; Nathan Harriel, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Kai Wagner (Olivier Mbaizo 77’); Leon Flach (CJ Olney Jr. 72’), Quinn Sullivan, Jeremy Rafanello ( Jack McGlynn 57’), Jesús Bueno; Mikael Uhre (Chris Donovan 57’), Tai Baribo.

Substitutes not used: Oliver Semmle; Olwethu Makhanya; Sanders Ngabo, Markus Anderson, David Vazquez.

Charlotte FC: Kristijan Kahlina; Jere Uronen, Adilson Malanda, Nathan Byrne; Andrew Privett, Brandt Bronico, Ashley Westwood, Ben Bender (Djibril Diani 72’); Kerwin Vargas ( Brecht Dejaegere 90’+1’), Patrick Agyemang (Iuri Tavares 72’), Liel Abada (Tyger Smalls 90’+1’).

Substitutes not used: David Bingham; Bill Tuiloma, Jaylin Lindsey, João Pedro; Brecht Dejaegere, Nikola Petkovic.


  • Homegrown goalkeeper Andrew Rick makes his MLS debut and first career start with the Union, making him the first YSC Academy graduate to start for the club, and the second homegrown in club history to start a match (Matt Freese).
  • Union II midfielder CJ Olney made his MLS debut tonight against Charlotte FC.

The Union travel to Saputo Stadium to play CF Montréal on Saturday, June 29 (7:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

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