Philadelphia Union vs. FC Cincinnati
Saturday, September 16th
Kick off set for 7:30PM ET
Match broadcast free on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV.
Fans will see significant changes to the parking lots due to construction of the WSFS Bank Sportsplex. 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.
Come on Down to Union Yards
Heading to Subaru Park for the game? Come early and party with us in our new pre and post-game tailgate spot; located on Reaney Street, just across from the Sons of Ben tailgate! Food will include: Tacos and the Union grill along with beer and seltzers available for purchase (cashless). Cornhole, soccer pong, giant jenga and more will be out and ready for family fun. All ages are welcome, 21+ to drink. We’ll be open from 4p.m. to kick off and from the final whistle to 11:30 p.m.
All gates will open at 6 p.m. ET for the Union's Eastern Conference showdown against FC Cincinnati.
Saturday night sees the celebration of everyone favorite mascot, Phang! Kids will want to make their way to the Subaru Plaza and find the Union's marketing table where they'll find a giant birthday card for Phang to sign their name for. Be sure you pick up your Phang-themed birthday hat and have it on when we celebrate Phang at halftime! The plaza will also feature face painting and a one-of-a-kind birthday cake moon bounce for kids.
Be sure to take a look at our amazing concessions before you arrive at Subaru Park.
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.