Press Release

Box Score | Philadelphia Union 0, Nashville SC 0

Philadelphia Union faced off against Nashville SC on Saturday night at Subaru Park, drawing 0-0. With the draw, the Union remain in third place in the Eastern Conference with 55 points. After the first 45 minutes of play, the Union managed to get three shots on target, but couldn’t find the back of the net. The Union outshot Nashville 14 to seven, but neither team managed to break the deadlock, resulting in a goalless draw after 90 minutes . The Union are now unbeaten in eight consecutive matches in MLS. 

The Union travel to Gillette Stadium for MLS Decision Day to face the New England Revolution on Saturday, October 21 (6:00 p.m. / Apple TV).
Philadelphia Union 0 – Nashville SC 0
Subaru Park (Chester, PA)
Saturday, October 7, 2023


REF: Armando Villarreal
AR1: Brooke Mayo
AR2: Claudiu Badea
4TH: Pierre-Luc Lauziere
VAR: Jair Marrufo
AVAR: Jonathan Johnson




NSH – Jack Maher (caution) 18’ 
PHI –  Jose Martinez (caution) 24’
NSH – Walker Zimmerman (caution) 72’ 
PHI –  Jakob Glesnes (caution) 90’


Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Kai Wagner, Damion Lowe, Jakob Glesnes, Nathan Harriel; Jose Martinez, Jack McGlynn, Alejandro Bedoya ( Jack Elliott, 89’), Daniel Gazdag; Quinn Sullivan (Mikael Uhre, 57’), Julian Carranza.

Substitutes not used: Joe Bendik; Matt Real, Olivier Mbaizo, Jeremy Rafanello, Chris Donovan, Tai Baribo.

Nashville SC: Joe Willis, Daniel Lovitz, Walker Zimmerman, Lukas MacNaughton, Shaq Moore, Dax McCarty (Luke Haakenson 90+1’), Sean Davis (Taylor Washington 87’), Randall Leal (Alex Muyl 63’), Hany Mukhtar, Jacob Shaffelburg ( Fafa Picault 63’), Teal Bunbury (Jan Gregus 87’).

Substitutes not used: Elliot Panicco, Ethan Zubak, Josh Bauer, Brian Anunga.


  • Philadelphia Union are unbeaten in their last eight games in league play.
  • The Union are unbeaten in 16 out of 17 home games this season, scoring 35 goals and allowing 19.
  • Goalkeeper Andre Blake registered his eighth clean sheet of the 2023 season.
  • With the draw, the Union’s final match of the season versus the New England Revolution will decide the final two seeds in the top four of the MLS Eastern Conference playoffs.

The Union travel to Gillette Stadium for MLS Decision Day to face the New England Revolution on Saturday, October 21 (6:00 p.m. / 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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