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Box Score | Philadelphia Union 0, Charlotte FC 0

Philadelphia Union traveled to Bank of America Stadium to face Charlotte FC, drawing 0-0. Both clubs remained scoreless in the first half, with the Union outshooting Charlotte six to two. In the second half, the Union registered five shots but could not find the back of the net. Goalkeeper Oliver Semmle registered four saves to help secure the hard fought point and his second clean sheet of the season. With the draw, the Union continue their unbeaten streak on the road.

The Union return home to host Toronto FC at Subaru Park on Wednesday, May 29 (7:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

Charlotte FC 0 – Philadelphia Union 0
Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC)
Saturday, May 25, 2024


REF: Guido Gonzales Jr
AR1: Justin Howard
AR2: Meghan Mullen
4TH: Nabil Bensalah
VAR: Sorin Stoica
AVAR: Jeff Muschik
Weather: 78 degrees and cloudy.


PHI – Jack McGlynn (caution) 25’
PHI – Nathan Harriel (caution) 65’


Philadelphia Union: Oliver Semmle; Kai Wagner, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Nathan Harriel; Leon Flach, Jack McGlynn, Quinn Sullivan (Chris Donovan 83’), Daniel Gazdag; Mikael Uhre ( Alejandro Bedoya 71’), Julian Carranza.

Substitutes not used: Andrew Rick, Olivier Mbaizo, Damion Lowe, Jose Martinez, Jesus Bueno, Jeremy Rafanello, Tai Baribo.

Charlotte FC: Kristijan Kahlina; Nathan Byrne, Adilson Malanda, Andrew Privett, João Pedro; Nikola Petkovic (Scott Arfield 71’), Ashley Westwood, Djibril Diani; Kerwin Vargas ( Liel Abada 80’), Patrick Agyemang, Iuri Tavares (Tyger Smalls 71’).

Substitutes not used: David Bingham; Ben Bender, Brandt Bronico, Hamady Diop, Jaylin Lindsey, Bill Tuiloma.


  • Midfielder Dániel Gazdag and forward Julian Carranza have scored in the same match for the 16th time, the most by any pair of teammates in MLS history.
  • With his goal against New England, forward Julian Carranza moved to third all-time in club history with 41 goals across all competitions.
  • Midfielder Daniel Gazdag is one MLS goal away from tying club legend Sébastien Le Toux.
  • The Union have won 13 matches against New England in all MLS competitions since 2018, more than any other team against a single opponent in that time.

The Union return home to host Toronto FC at Subaru Park on Wednesday, May 29 (7:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

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Every match matters! In 2024, you do not want to miss your favorite matchups as the Union take on the best MLS has to offer! When we score, make sure you are there to get Subaru Park shaking!

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