Know Before You Go | 2024 Home Opener


Game Information

Philadelphia Union vs. Chicago Fire
Saturday, February 24th
Kick off set for 7:30PM ET
Match broadcast on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV.


Heads up about I-95 South

Southbound Interstate 95 will be closed starting at 5PM on Saturday between I-676/Callowhill Street (Exit 22) and the Morris Street on-ramp in Philadelphia. This closure comes as PennDOT continues demolition under its $329 million CAP project to replace and expand the covered area over I-95 in Penn's Landing.

When I-95 South closes at 5:00 PM on Saturday, February 24, the following four ramps will also be closed:

  • From 6:00 AM Monday, February 19, to mid-March, the Market Street ramp to I-95 SouthOpens In A New Window will be closed. Motorists will be directed to follow the posted detour signs to southbound Columbus Boulevard and the on-ramp to I-95 South at Morris Street. Truck traffic will use the Front Street on-ramp to I-95 South.

Parking Lots

Fans should make sure to check the new parking map below and are reminded that all Union parking lots will open at 2:30PM.

Fans should remember that all parking purchases are cashless transactions. Fans are encouraged to pre-purchase a parking pass before arriving at Subaru Park to cut down on their wait. To purchase a parking pass, please click here.


Subaru Plaza and Union Shop

Subaru Plaza will open to fans starting at 5:30 p.m. ET. Fans can also swing by the Union Shop to grab their new XV kits and other 2024 items starting at 5 p.m.


Gates Opening

All gates will open at 6 p.m. ET for the Union's 2024 season opener against Chicago Fire.



Be sure to take a look at our amazing concessions before you arrive at Subaru Park. Concession stands have been updated for 2024 with even more Grab & Go locations powered by CHEQ now located in Sections 106, 123 and 133. New bites will also be found throughout the stadium with Philly Cheesesteak on a Roll (Section 108), Burrito Box (Section 125), Walking Nachos (Section 127), and a second Kono Ice located at Section 130.

Zero Landfill

With the Philadelphia Union's innovative, forward-thinking initiatives and Subaru's long history of environmentalism and zero landfill expertise, the Union and Subaru have made Subaru Park the first zero landfill soccer stadium in Major League Soccer. To achieve this, Subaru Park reduces, reuses, and recycles more than 90% of its waste with the remaining waste converted to energy, thereby putting nothing into landfills since officially declaring zero-landfill status in 2021. By creating in-stadium messaging and an easy system for fans to sort their waste, Subaru and the Union cut the amount of waste each fan generated in half and increased the amount of waste fans recycle five-fold. Helping to keep trash out of landfills is just another way Subaru lives up to its commitment to support the Philadelphia community through its partnership with the Philadelphia Union.